Tutor profile: Sarah H.
I am a librarian with over a dozen years of public reference experience and established a thriving remote reference service.
I have taught workshops for teens, adults and professional development sessions.
Library and Information Science
1999 - 2000
University of Virginia
1994 - 1998
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Adult Programs and Reference Services Manager
2013 - 2021
Managed the reference services and adult programming of an eight branch regional public library system; responsible for selection and budget of $86,000 for digital and print materials; coordinated system-wide programs with a $9,000 budget, increasing attendance by 25% each year; managed staff of nine professionals and three paraprofessionals; served on regional Five Year Plan committee; increased attendance at community-wide reads by 160% while chairing Goodwill Committee; established two new committees to improve intra-system coordination;
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Young Adult Librarian
2007 - 2013
Provided library instruction to middle and high school students; supervised 40-50 teen volunteers each year; created and presented programs, increasing attendance by 173%; established branch social media accounts; served on system-wide Five Year Plan Committee; served and chaired Goodwill Committee which established a community-wide read across Charlottesville and Albemarle, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson Counties, served as acting branch manager.
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