I am a reference librarian at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, as well as a freelance Drupal consultant. Prior to arriving in LA, I worked at Yale Law School and the UNLV School of Law, launching Drupal projects at both institutions.
I've been a Drupal developer since late 2004, focusing mainly on library and education implementations, including distance education, research databases and conference planning. I'm also currently developing a Drupal-based application for library reference service management and document delivery.
I've presented on Drupal and library technology at several conferences, including the American Association of Law Libraries Annual Meeting & Conference, the CALI Conference for Law School Computing, and the Western Pacific Chapter of AALL Annual Meeting.