Krista Reynolds is dedicated to engaging diverse learners with information literacy and other topics using effective instructional design (e.g. universal design for learning) and collaborating with educators to meet students’ educational needs. Her extensive professional writing and copyediting experience demonstrate an exceptional attention to detail. She has worked in libraries for 20+ years and has 14+ years of experience providing research services, working with information management systems, creating curriculum, and teaching. She is passionate about helping organizations optimize their work by curating information and maintaining efficient and effective information systems. Krista is adept at relationship-building, obtaining feedback from multiple stakeholders, and communicating information in multiple ways. She holds a Master of Library and Information Science degree from the University of Washington, a Master of Education degree from Concordia University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Willamette University.