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Sheri G.
Reference and Instruction Librarian
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About sheri
Sheri Greene is the Chair of the California Library Association's Youth Services Interest Group. She's held positions in library youth and adult services, inspiring a love of reading, and lifelong learning. Prior to working in libraries, Sheri taught at fortune 500 companies Bright Horizons, and College Nannies & Tutors, and renowned childcare and early learning professional development schools Fairplex, and Chaffey College Child Development Centers, teaching in infant, toddler, and preschool classrooms. Sheri holds a Master of Management...

Teaching Experience

Teaching Experience
I design, plan, and implement flexible, learner focused education programs; recommend, interpret, evaluate, and use information resources to meet the needs of knowledge seekers in the following areas: Information Literacy: Strategies, techniques, and tools required to identify, retrieve, organize, and analyze information sources Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Skills: How to understand and apply critical thinking structures and standards of disciplined thinking that is clear, rational, unbiased, and informed by evidence Technology...
University of Southern California
Library and Information Science
Master's Degree
2013 - 2015
University of La Verne
Education - Early Childhood Education
Bachelor's Degree
2010 - 2013
Los Angeles Valley College
Child Development: Program Summary
Associate's Degree
2006 - 2009

Work Experience

Work Experience
California Library Association Youth Services Interest Group, Committee Chair
2017 - Present
Collaborate with library and information professionals to plan, manage, and deliver training workshops and networking opportunities for library staff, virtually, and in person, in collaboration with professional associations, organizers and advocates. Direct Interest Group activities to ensure compliance to IG bylaws and provisions. Provide direction for Group activities; set priorities, agendas, and preside over board meetings. Confer with board members, and delegate authority and responsibility. Serve as a conduit between CLA and its...
Moreno Valley Public Library (contract with Library Systems & Services), Adult Services Librarian
2018 - 2019
Direct the day-to-day operations of adult services, in collaboration with staff and community partners. Provide excellent customer service in person, on the phone, and virtually, by welcoming guests, and meeting users' information needs.  Provide information services and community programming, by responding to reference queries, demonstrating the use of library technology, equipment and resources, and planning and delivering community centered programs.  Select, evaluate, and manage information sources.  Supervise, train, and coach library...
Cathedral City Library (contract with Library Systems & Services), Youth Services Librarian
2016 - 2018
Direct the operations of children’s services in collaboration with library staff and community partners.  Conduct weekly reading programs, with read alouds, crafts, songs, music, movement, and games, to inspire reading, and the use of library resources.  Welcome customers in an approachable, friendly manner.  Field questions and provide information services to patrons.  Manage and register patron accounts, and edit bibliographic records using Polaris ILS.  Recommend titles of interests. Schedule meeting rooms, process payments and community...
College Nannies & Tutors, Nanny/Caretaker
2015 - 2016
Work with families to provide childcare and develop schedules for children, ages 8 weeks to age 15.  For newborns, infants, and young children:  Prepare and serve meals, and formula, follow feeding and napping schedules and routines, change diapers, bathe, dress, engage in play and learning activities.  For school-age children and teens:  Monitor activities, help with homework, and ensure it gets done.  Light cleaning (clean bottles, soiled dishes and laundry, clean-up after play), help with errands, drop off and pick up kids from school and...
Lewis Family Branch Library @ Colony High School (City of Ontario), Reference Librarian Intern
2014 - 2015
Instruct clients how to use library technology, equipment and resources. Provide re/search assistance, reference and reader’s advisory services to students, faculty and the public. Suggest materials to purchase to the children’s librarian based on patron recommendations. Other duties as assigned: prepare and lead children’s storytime, group tours, and schedule tutoring sessions. Facilitate Teen Scene programs and oversee Teen Advisory Board meetings. Create craft templates and displays. Assign tasks and supervised the work of student...
Marshall School of Business, Project Leader
2013 - 2015
Collaborate in teams to manage and produce multiple projects, consisting of original research contributing to the library field. Preside over team meetings, develop and manage plans and activity reports to meet project deadlines. Utilize multidisciplinary and subject specific databases to search, retrieve, and evaluate digital content to conduct research and complete assignments. Perform statistical analysis using SPSS, create and present visualized data representing research outcomes and analysis.
LA Fitness (various Southern California locations), Child Care Supervisor
2008 - 2013
Provide customer, information, and child care services. Supervise and attend to children 3 months­ to 11 years of age. Lead recreation and learning activities. Help children with homework assignments. Maintain positive working relationships with children, parents, and staff. Communicate organizational policies and procedures when necessary. Update members’ account information/process payments.
Fairplex Child Development Center, Teacher's Assistant (practicum)
2012 - 2012
Plan, design, and carry out lesson plans and activities to foster socialemotional, language, cognitive, and physical development in infants, toddlers, and preschool children.  Monitor and assess childrens' progress based on prior achievements and early learning standards.  Manage the library resource center (i.e. track circulating materials, data entry, make corrections to bibliographic records, select and recommend books, sort and shelve books/media, evaluate donations).
Chaffey College Child Development Center, Teacher's Assistant (practicum)
2010 - 2011
Maintain children's records, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medication administered. Conduct observations using evaluative methods and tools (i.e. DRDPs, anecdotal records, checklists) to identify learning goals and objectives. Measure the quality of early learning environments to improve interaction, work processes, and curricula (i.e. ECERS­Preschool, ITERS). Attend committee meetings with the center director plan Center goals, activities, and community needs.
Bright Horizons, Teacher's Assistant
2007 - 2007
Work with the lead teacher to prepare and implement lesson plans and daily reports to support children's learning and development.  Assist children with daily routines (i.e. diapering, toileting, dressing, eating, napping).  Hellp children with homework, math, and sight words. Assist with observations and SACERS evaluations.  Apply classroom management strategies and techniques.  Prepared and served light meals and snacks and assisted in the equal share of housekeeping in compliance with food, health and safety regulations.
Will and Ariel Durant Branch Library, Children's Storytime Volunteer
2005 - 2007
Fostered children’s early literacy skills by reading age appropriate stories to children 2­-11 years of age. Applied the dialogic reading method to engage children and encourage a love of reading. Assisted children in locating and retrieving materials. Collaborated with Friends of the Library board to help with fundraising initiatives and activities to support services.

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