Stories Speak Louder than Numbers: Making the Case for Youth Services (ALSC Virtual Institute Archive)—INDIVIDUAL USER

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Item Number:
915167
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Libraries need funding from a variety of sources, but getting access to these various sources can be quite a challenge at times. This program will provide resources and practical guidance for telling the stories that will help you get the funding you need. You will have the opportunity to hear speakers with a history of advocating for and obtaining funding, and you will be given time to engage in discussion with fellow librarians, to brainstorm strategies for your own libraries.

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Hanna Lee

Hanna Lee is the Branch Manager/Head Librarian at the Batesville Public Library in Batesville, MS and a member of ALSC's 2014 Emerging Leader team. She has worked in education in various roles for more than 10 years, and being a librarian is her favorite job yet.

Nina Lindsay

Nina Lindsay is the Supervising Librarian for Children's Services at the Oakland Public Library, CA, where she has worked in various capacities for 20 years. She recently co-chaired the ALSC Education committee, and is currently the incoming ALSC Vice President.

Jenna Nemec-Loise

Jenna Nemec-Loise is an Everyday Advocate, children's librarian, and early learning specialist living in Chicago. As Member Content Editor of the ALSC Everyday Advocacy website and electronic newsletter, Jenna writes a regular advocacy column for Children and Libraries magazine and travels the country to empower all library staff serving youth to embrace their roles as Everyday Advocates.

Gwen Vanderhage

Gwen Vanderhage is a children's Collection Development Librarian at Brodart and a Trustee at the Whatcom County Library System. Formerly a children's librarian at Denver Public Library, she has worked with libraries large and small, in the city and the country. Gwen currently lives in rural Lynden, WA, with her husband, 2-year-old son, and a small flock of chickens.

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