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Colbe Galston, Business Librarian, Douglas County Libraries
As Business Librarian for Douglas County Libraries, Colbe Galston supports small business owners and entrepreneurs searching for quality business information with custom research, knowledge of business data sources and experience training clients on using library resources. Galston has presented and published on serving small businesses and community organizations for American Libraries, Marketing Library Services, WebJunction, Leadership Douglas County, and the Arizona State Library. She likes books about fabulous food and dangerous men.
Barb White, General Manager, Branch Libraries, Akron Summit-County Public Library
Barb White, General Manager of Branch Libraries, joined the Akron-Summit County Public Library in 1991, and has worked at both the Main and branch libraries in various roles—teen librarian, audiovisual and adult services librarian, early childhood librarian, and branch manager. Barb has presented at local, national, and international workshops and conferences on a variety of topics including Community Engagement, Collaboration, and Social Justice; Shared Inquiry and Inquiry –Based Learning; Professional Development and the Study Group Process; Emergent and Family Literacy; and Reggio-Inspired Early Childhood Education and Library Practice. She is co-editor of The Power of We: The Ohio Study Group Experience (Information Age, 2010), and has authored or co-authored articles for professional publications including the International Journal of Learning, Child’s Play, and the Journal of Youth Services.
Kari May, Director, Elbert County Library District
In addition to being the Director of Elbert County Library District Kari is also current President of the Colorado Association of Libraries. She has worked in libraries since 1996. One of her passions as a librarian is connecting people to the information they need, regardless of where the information can be found. That is why she stays engaged in her community, both to find the resources, and to make sure the library stays relevant to her community’s needs.