Joanne Cognac Vogel started at Saint Louis University Law Library in 1975 and is formerly the Head of Access Services, which includes Circulation, Stack Maintenance, Interlibrary Loan / Document Delivery, Print / Electronic Reserves, Archives and Special Collections. Prior to assuming that position, Joanne worked in Acquisitions, Government Documents, and managed Archives and Special Collections. Before coming to the Law Library, she worked five years at Pius XII Library in Serials and Cataloging. Joanne earned her Bachelor’s Degree in History from Saint Louis University, and a Master of Arts Degree in Library Science from the University of Missouri – Columbia. Her research interests include women in Congress, Native American law, and the history of childhood. Since the Law Library holds the congressional papers of Leonor K. Sullivan, Missouri’s first Congresswoman, Joanne frequently presents programs about Mrs. Sullivan to SLU and other educational and community groups. Joanne’s community service includes being the volunteer director and chair of a committee that manages the archives and historical collections for the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri, a collection of over 39,000 items.