Rhea M. Hebert, M.A., MSLS
UNC Center for Health Equity Research
M.S. | UNC Chapel Hill | Library Science
M.A. | University of Rochester | English
B.A. | University of Central Florida | English
Rhea Hebert is a communicator and designer with expertise in higher education settings. She’s a fully qualified librarian and has teaching experience in English Composition and American Literature.
Hebert brings a wide range of interests to her work, including graphic, web and instructional design, website management, communications and marketing, research interests in early modern England and the history of books/reading/information, data management, data visualization, and technical writing (documentation, editing, etc.).
Hebert grew up in central Florida and earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Florida in Orlando. She earned her master’s in English at the University of Rochester (NY) and her MSLS from UNC Chapel Hill.
Hebert’s pronouns are she/her and she’s committed to providing accessible content as part of her support of creating diverse, equitable and inclusive environments and experiences for communities.
In addition to her work in higher ed, Hebert volunteers with the American Marketing Association’s Triangle chapter and supports Retraction Watch, a project of the Center for Scientific Integrity.
HONORS AND AWARDS
NC State Accessibility Champion2020, Accessibility Champions are individuals who are committed to making the NC State digital environment a more inclusive and accessible place