Veronda J. Pitchford, Assistant Director at Califa, discusses how library consortia should be the research and development arm of libraries.
Beth Maser, President of History Associates Incorporated, discusses how her library degree modernized her skill set.
Emily Bulger has a background in UX management, content design and taxonomy. She discusses how librarians are the original info retrieval people. We take large amounts of information and make it useful.
Dr. Sylvia M. Jenkins, President of Moraine Valley Community College, discusses the many ways she uses her library skills in her role as community college president. Hint: She does her research.
Patrick Sweeney, Political Director at EveryLibrary, gives us a great overview of how he works for libraries and what we can all do to advocate for our libraries.
Margot Note, Principal of Margot Note Consulting, discusses owning an archives consulting business. She has some great advice for librarians who think they want to start a business.
Rachael Altman, Director and Coach at Rachael Altman Career Coaching, discusses how she inspires her clients to realize the value in their transferable skills.
Kate Arnold, Geography teacher and Past President of the Special Libraries Association and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, discusses how her information skills compliment her geography skills.
Anne Craig, Senior Director of CARLI, (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois,) discusses the value of librarians and librarians’ skills from the perspective of a library consortium Director.
Scott Bonner, award-winning director of the Ferguson Municipal Public Library, discusses his crisis management leadership skills.
Kristiana Burk, owner of The Quiet Mind Co., discusses how she uses her library degree and her library skills in her business and in her job as digital product manager.
Diane Foote, Executive Director of the Illinois Library Association, discusses how her library and organization skills come in handy while running a 3000 member association.