Bronwen Maxson is an MLIS candidate at the University of Denver in Denver, Colorado. She received her BA in English Literature and Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder. After studying abroad in Seville, Spain, she returned to Spain to teach English in Badajoz, Extremadura for a year. She has also worked as a paralegal in the field of immigration law for several years. She recently completed a practicum at CU-Boulder that focused on Spanish Language library resources, reference, and instruction. Bronwen is currently working at Davis, Graham, and Stubbs LLC in Denver, Colorado as a law library assistant.
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