Stephanie Chase and Cindy Fesemyer, from Constructive Disruption, discuss how libraries can benefit from big picture planning.
Christy Shannon Smirl, Owner of Foxtail Books and Library Services, discusses her private library business and gives us some suggestions for librarians who want to go into business for themselves.
Tracy Z. Maleeff, Security Researcher at Krebs Stamos, discusses how her library and information skills are a perfect fit for the information security field. My interview with Tracy Maleeff went a bit longer than most episodes. Information security is such an important and timely topic and she had a lot of great information and ideas to share. So, I decided to turn the interview into two episodes. Part 1 posted last week. If you haven’t listened to it, you can still get a lot out of part 2 and then, go back to part 1. Here is part 2 of my interview with Tracy.
Tracy Z. Maleeff, Security Researcher at Krebs Stamos, discusses how her library and information skills are a perfect fit for the information security field. My interview with Tracy went a bit longer than most episodes. Information security is such an important and timely topic and she had a lot of great information and ideas to share. So, I decided to turn the interview into two episodes. You’re listening to part 1 now and part 2 will drop next Monday. I know you will get a lot out of both episodes. Here is episode one with Tracy.
Sarah Glassmeyer, Legal Tech Curator at Reynen Court, Inc., discusses how library skills and experiences benefit working in the legal technology field.
Julie Milavec, Director of the Downers Grove Public Library District, discusses leading during a crisis, as well as supporting other local organizations while they are in crisis.
Deb Hunt, Principle at Information Edge, discusses the value of our transferable skills. She also gives us a great overview of the state of libraries today.
In the fall, I interviewed Liz Aviles, Vice President of Market Intelligence at Upshot. While we chatted after we recorded the interview, she said she wanted to turn the tables and interview me. So, after 39 episodes, Liz took over the host duties this week and I am the guest on episode #40. Liz gave me the opportunity to talk about how the podcast is going and about my career so far. It was fun answering some of the same questions that I ask my guests about their management, budget and organization skills, as well as why I went to library school and does that reasoning hold up.
Valerie Zaric, Payment Integrity Manager at a Global Insurer, and Host of Family Money Podcast, discusses the many ways that her library skills work in a data environment. Here is a link to her podcast. http://valeriezaric.com/
Nancy S. Kirkpatrick, Executive Director and CEO of OhioNet, discusses creative ways to manage budgets. See links below to organizations mentioned in this episode.
We Here™️ seeks to provide a safe and supportive community for Black and Indigenous folks, and People of Color (BIPOC) in library and information science (LIS) professions and educational programs, and to recognize, discuss, and intervene in systemic social issues that have plagued these professions both currently and historically
The International Coalition of Library Consortia (ICOLC) is an informal, self-organized group currently comprising approximately 200 library consortia in North and South America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa.
Louisa Kwasigroch, Managing Director at Council on Library and Information Resources, discusses great ideas for job hunting, including how job hunting is a two way street.
She mentions her organization’s job board in our conversation.
Kim Dority, President of Dority & Associates, discusses some great ideas to think about when we are looking to move to another library type.