Category Archives: Librarian Interviews

Meet Vince Sovanski

Vince Sovanski, Glenside Public Library District’s Community Ambassador is a member of the ILA Youth Forum and this year’s Awards Chair 2014. He’s known for his fabulous sense of humor. If you were a cereal, which would you be? Why? … Continue reading

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“Open Book” Interview with Lynne Priest

“Open Book Interview” with Lynne Priest Posted on December 13, 2012 by Mary Marshall What do you do, and how long have you been doing it? I am the Grade School Programming Specialist at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. I have … Continue reading

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“Open Book Interview” with Mary G. Marshall

What do you do, and how long have you been doing it?   I am the Assistant Director (8 years) and Head of Children’s Services (13 years) at the Addison Public Library.  I previously was a children’s librarian at the Helen … Continue reading

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Open Book Interview with Stephanie Spetter

1.         What do you do, and how long have you been doing it? I am currently the Head of Youth Services at the Des Plaines Public Library. I’ve been doing THAT for not quite two years (August 16 will be my … Continue reading

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“Open Book” Interview

Each month, an ILA member working in youth services will answer a few questions about his or her professional life and not-so-serious side. Just ten questions, but we’re sure you’ll learn something new! This month’s interview is with Rashmi Mehrotra, Children’s Services Supervisor … Continue reading

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Open Book Interview with Stephanie Edwards

  1. What do you do, and how long have you been doing it? I’m the Children’s Services Manager at the Champaign Public Library.  I began working here in 2005, right out of grad school, as a children’s librarian, and … Continue reading

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