July 5, 2015

Santiago Retires, Marcus-Bey To Direct E. Cleveland, and More Library People News

Laura-Ellen Ayres was promoted to Director, Rapides Parish Library, Alexandria, LA, following the retirement of Steve Rogge . Ayres was previously Assistant Director for Direct Services.

Julia Coen was promoted to Director of Westmont Public Library, IL. She was previously its Assistant Director and Reference Librarian.

Donna Corbeil announced her retirement as Director of Berkeley Public Library, CA, effective this September. She has been in the position for more than seven years.

Lorene Kennard was appointed Director, Morris Area Public Library, IL. She was previously Interim Director at Pontiac Public Library, IL.

Jane Levine retired as Head of Technical Services at Winnetka Public Library, IL. She has been with the library for 31 years.

Siobhan Loendorf was promoted to Assistant Director, Catawba County Library System (CCLS), NC. She was previously a Librarian at the Sherrills Ford branch of CCLS.

Grant McDougall was named Director of Operations for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa at Innovative Interfaces, Inc. He was previously Librarian for Science and Technology at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK.

Sheba Marcus-Bey was appointed Executive Director of the East Cleveland Public Library. She was previously Business, Economic, and Labor Manager at the Cleveland Public Library.

Raymond Santiago announced his retirement as Director, Miami–Dade County Public Library System, FL, effective August 1. LJ 2003 Librarian of the Year, Santiago has been with the system for 24 years.

Emily Scherrer was named Library Administrator at Sierra Vista Public Library, AZ. She was previously Youth Services Manager at the Yuma County Library District, AZ.

This article was published in Library Journal's July 1, 2014 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.

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