Christy Fic ’10 is the Archivist & Special Collections Librarian at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and currently holds the rank of Associate Professor. During her time at Lafayette she worked as a an EXCEL Scholar for Professor Donald L. Miller, and spent three years conducting research for his book Supreme City: How Jazz Age Manhattan Gave Birth to Modern America. After graduation, Christy received her Master’s in Library and Information Science with a specialization in archives, preservation, and records management from the University of Pittsburgh. Her first professional position was working as a contract archivist at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Anthropological Archives. At the end of her contract, Christy returned to Pennsylvania and accepted a position at Shippensburg University, where she earned a second master’s in Applied History. With her expertise in managing historical collections, archival best practices, and curating exhibits, Christy has had many opportunities to serve as a resource to local community organizations. In 2017 the Cumberland Valley Rails-to-Trails Council asked Christy to help design a museum from the ground up. The Cumberland Valley Railroad Museum, operated by the CVRTC, tells the story of life on and around the rails in Pennsylvania’s Cumberland Valley. As an academic librarian who collaborates with colleagues in the humanities and social sciences, Christy has pursued a multi-pronged research agenda that engages with the scholarly discourse across library science and cultural history. Her work has been published in The American Archivist and The Journal of Tourism History, leading journals in the field of archival science and travel and tourism, respectively.