Suzanne M. Schadl is Chief of the Hispanic Division at the Library of Congress, transitioning from a position at the University of New Mexico as Curator of Latin American collections. Working with specialized materials across disciplines, languages, and communities enables her access to intermediary spaces between differing perspectives and formats. Her work aims to bridge these differences as well as inequities in the information landscape. Suzanne earned her PhD in Latin American studies from the University of New Mexico in 2002. She has also worked as assistant professor of Latin American History at Roanoke College; visiting instructor of Latin American history at the University of Texas in Austin; Director of the Gerald and Betty Ford Library at the Bosque School and teacher of high school Literature, History, and Portuguese. Suzanne is fortunate to have co-authored works with students, while also implementing grants, internships, and exhibitions with other emerging scholars.