Natalie Greene Taylor, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor and the MLIS Program Coordinator at the University of South Florida’s School of Information. She received her Masters and Ph.D. from the University of Maryland’s College of Information Studies, where she was also a graduate research assistant at the Information Policy & Access Center. Currently, her research focuses on young people’s access to information. More specifically, she studies youth information behavior, information intermediaries, and information policy as it affects youth information access. She is an Editor of Library Quarterly and has published articles in Library & Information Science Research, Public Library Quarterly, School Library Research, Computers & Education, and the Journal of Documentation, among others. She has also co-authored three books including Foundations of Information Policy; Digital Literacy and Digital Inclusion: Information Policy and the Public Library; and Libraries, Human Rights, and Social Justice: Enabling Access and Promoting Inclusion.