Category : Library Leadership

Library Leadership

Jamie Munk Carter

Enjoy this podcast with Jami Munk Carter, Director of the Tooele City Library, just west of Salt Lake City, Utah. On this program, Jami shares the organic path she took into library leadership and reflects on her own vulnerability. She demonstrates the way that she genuinely connects with people, supports her staff, and selflessly gives back to the library profession – even serving as President of her state’s library association. You will have your heart opened as she shares stories about the people who have walked into her life in the heart of the community – the library. She is thankful every day for the gift she has been given through the trust of those she helps. Give yourself the gift of listening to her reflections on the way libraries can change lives.

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Library Leadership Podcast Featuring Valerie Maginnis

In this Library Leadership Podcast we interview Valarie Maginnis, Executive Director of the Teton County Public Library System. She shares valuable thoughts on ways in which libraries can provide responsive community services and play roles in the economic and political dynamics that affect our communities. We hear her vision for providing free and open neutral spaces and ways in which libraries can maintain relevancy. She shares personal insights on the role of libraries as collaborators and ways in which she gets her message out to stakeholders. After listening, you will be ready to inspire your followers, to work collaboratively with library foundations, and to think about what libraries mean to you. Like a breath of fresh air from the Teton Mountains, this podcast will leave you refreshed and inspired.
 
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A Sixth Generation Papermaker, Simon B. Green

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