Zack- January

File Me Under Woof! Current location: New York, NY Place of birth: Lincoln, NE Tale of the tape: 6’5” 220lbs. Sign: Pisces Favorite place in New York:  Housing Works Bookstore in Soho Outside of his office, he is the director and assistant coach for a men’s rugby club.  His playing career began in college and is a proud former Cornhusker.  The farm boys on the team taught him how to rope...
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Eric- February

Eric is a Digital Services Manager in Austin, Texas.  He manages the library website and administers the integrated library system in addition to other sexy Systems Librarian things.  He has a wife (sorry, ladies) and a kid (sorry, orphans) and is a doctoral student in Simmons College’s Managerial Leadership in the Information Professions Ph.D. program.  He is a runner working his way up to...
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Brett- March

Brett is the director of the Collingswood (NJ) Public Library, a part-time PhD student in Library and Information Science at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, the treasurer of the New Jersey Library Association, Chair of the ALA Future Perfect Presidential Task Force, and a co-founder and editor of In the Library with the Lead Pipe.  Back when he had spare time, he used to practice yoga...
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Mario- April

Mario Ascencio is a 1st generation library user. Born in New York City and reared in Los Angeles, he enjoys the multiculturalism that exists in large cities.  He currently lives in Washington, DC with his husband and is the Library Director at the Corcoran Gallery of Art / College of Art and Design.  Mario is passionate about the equity of information for all.  At the age of 17, Mario helped...
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Sol- May

Sol graduated from the University of Arizona, School of Information Resources and Library Science in December of 2004. He attended library school as a Knowledge River scholar. Knowledge River is a program where students learn about and foster library, information, and cultural heritage services to Latino and Native American communities. This public librarian carries a lot of weight, not because...
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