Carrie Russell was the copyright specialist and director of public access to information at the ALA Policy and Advocacy Office in Washington, DC for more than twenty years. During her tenure, she had the opportunity to work on major copyright issues including the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the TEACH Act, music modernization legislation, an international treaty to increase access to information for people with print disabilities, ebook business models, Google Book Search, and several mind-numbing government rulemakings. Previously, she was an academic librarian at the University of Arizona in an active team environment. She is the author of Complete Copyright: An Everyday Guide for Librarians and Complete Copyright: An Everyday Guide for K-12 Librarians and Educators which won the ABC-Clio/Greenwood Award for Best Book in Library Literature in 2013. Today, Carrie is busy reading and writing, swimming, cooking, and renovating her kitchen.