FCL's acquisitions strawbrarian resides with a parkour calico, a Hemingway tuxedo kitty, and a Starkey in South Side Strong Beach. Her publications include a book for the American Library Association (ALA); a fashion bibliography for Reference & User Services Quarterly; and an ALA publication regarding access for persons with disabilities (editor). This raspbrarian has been active as a presenter for ALA, e.g., participating in poster sessions and panel presentations, and co-leading a half-day Austin preconference for the Young Adult Literature Symposium that included social sharing (#keepYALSAweird). Our liberal lion of the library has authored grants totaling over $100K, and was featured as a Library Journal Mover and Shaker in the “change agents” category. On weekends, she enjoys trying her hand at screenwriting, catching performances, chowing on flesh-free grub, and sipping leathery vino with BFFs. On weekdays, find her at the reference desk; teaching LIB100; guiding-on-the-siding in one-on-research consultations; collaborating with colleagues to run library operations in her role as the acquisitions bluebrarian; leading library instruction sessions; and co-chairing Q&A, a queer-straight alliance United Faculty committee.