Shannon is a librarian, college instructor, and organizational trainer with a broad range of subject matter expertise. She has been writing professionally for over 10 years. Since obtaining her Master of Library and Information Science, she has authored, co-authored, and edited numerous articles, presentations, research studies, and web material for various high- volume libraries, national conferences, and print journals. Her writing and training activities are currently focused on information literacy, diversity, and virtual teaching. In addition to instructing numerous sessions every semester at Kenyon College, she develops curricula and co-teaches writing and research intensive classes. Shannon is a workshop creator and facilitator for a variety of audiences on the concepts of pedagogy, critical librarianship, inclusion, and anti-racism. Integrating her knowledge and experiences in both business and academia, Shannon designs and delivers training content that, while clear and concise, is also fact-based and a pleasure to receive.

Shannon holds a Master in Library and Information Science, a Bachelor of Arts in English, and an Executive Certificate in Business Communication from the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School.