Tanya manages access and facilities services at the Leslie Frost, Peter F. Bronfman and Steacie Science and Engineering libraries. In collaboration with others in the Curriculum and Course Support Department, she is responsible for the coordination of reference, circulation and user experience. She has a Master of Information Studies from the University of Toronto, as well as a BA from McGill University and an MA from York University. She lived for a number of years in Australia where she was the library manager at TAFE colleges in Western Sydney. Upon returning to Canada in 2014, Tanya was a research and teaching librarian at York before moving to her current role in 2019.
Graham holds a Masters of Library Sciences from the University of Western Ontario and a Honours BA from the University of New Brunswick. He has worked at federal government libraries in Saskatoon and Ottawa, and with the College of the North Atlantic in Newfoundland.
Aaron Lupton began his role at Bronfman Business Library in September 2016, serving as Electronic Resources Librarian at York University since May 2009. Previous to York he worked as a business researcher for Deloitte and Touche LLP as well as a librarian for Stikeman Elliott LLP and Blake, Cassels, and Graydon LLP. He has an BA (Hon) and MISt from the University of Toronto. See the Liaison Librarian page for Aaron’s collections responsibilities.
Margot Mason, Part-Time Business Librarian – email@example.comMargot holds a Master of Information Studies and an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto. Prior to working at York University, Margot was the library manager for one of Canada’s largest insurance companies.
Stephanie Quail holds a Master of Information and an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto. She also completed a post-graduate certificate in Small Business studies at George Brown College. Prior to working at York University, Stephanie was a Business Librarian at the University of Toronto’s Business Information Centre. She has also worked as a researcher and library assistant at a variety of corporate and academic libraries. See the Liaison Librarian page for Stephanie’s collections responsibilities.
Shelly has an Honours BA and BEd from York University and a Masters of Library Sciences from the University of Toronto. She has experience providing reference services across a broad range of business subjects including marketing, human resources, employee benefits and pensions. Prior to joining the Bronfman Business Library, Shelly worked at Aon Consulting as a Research Consultant and at a PR firm doing media monitoring for clients.