The Librarian Linkover
By Lorene Kennard
Guests on The Librarian Linkover highlight the array of skills that librarians use in leadership roles in libraries, as well as how they use their library degrees to work in other industries. This podcast will change how people view librarians. Award winning librarian Lorene Kennard, host of The Librarian Linkover, has a Master's degree in Library and Information Science. She has held leadership roles in corporate, public and academic libraries. She also owned a free lance research business.
Kim Dority - President of Dority & Associates
Kim Dority, President of Dority & Associates, gives us some great ideas to think about when we are looking to move to another library type.
November 29, 2021
Dexter Evans - Corporate Accounts Manager at EBSCO
Dexter Evans, Corporate Accounts Manager at EBSCO, discusses his career working in sales for library vendors.
November 22, 2021
Karly Szczepkowski - Senior Research Analyst for a Customer Engagement Company
Karly Szczepkowski, Senior Research Analyst for a Customer Engagement Company, discusses what a librarian needs to consider before working in data.
November 15, 2021
Barbara Ingrassia - Owner of Manage Copyright
Barbara Ingrassia, Owner of Manage Copyright, discusses how important copyright training is to organizations.
November 8, 2021
Tawny Sverdlin - Experience Designer at Mission College
Tawny Sverdlin, Experience Designer at Mission College, discusses how library skills are perfect for UX roles.
November 1, 2021
Laura Gavin - Strategic Business Planning Manager at Transamerica
Laura Gavin, Strategic Business Planning Manager at Transamerica, discusses the variety of corporate job titles that librarians should look for if we want to move into industry. In this episode, Laura mentioned Wild Card People.
October 25, 2021
Brian Miloscia - Vice President, Investigation & Analysis Group at a global investment bank
Brian Miloscia, Vice President, Investigation & Analysis Group at a global investment bank, discusses how jobs in fraud and investigation are librarian jobs.
October 18, 2021
Ta-Shire Tribbett - Client Success Manager at Casetext
Ta-Shire Tribbett, Client Success Manager at Casetext, discusses all of the many ways that she uses her library degree to support new clients.
October 11, 2021
Samantha King - Data Owner at Manulife
Samantha King, Data Owner at Manulife, discusses her career trajectory.
October 4, 2021
Yvonne M. Davis - Owner of ResearchINC
Yvonne M. Davis, owner of ResearchINC, discusses owning a competitive intelligence and market analysis business. https://thelibrarianlinkover.com/2021/09/27/yvonne-m-davis-owner-of-researchinc/
September 27, 2021
Carolyn Davis - Author, Editor, Book Reviewer, Consultant on ADA
Carolyn Davis, Author, Editor, Book Reviewer and Consultant on ADA, discusses how her library degree has contributed to her success.
September 13, 2021
Rebekah Friedman - Communications Manager at University of South Carolina's College of Information and Communications (Go Gamecocks!)
Rebekah Friedman, Communications Manager at University of South Carolina's College of Information and Communications, discusses ways librarians can promote their libraries.
August 30, 2021
Liz Aviles - Vice President of Market Intelligence at Upshot
Liz Aviles, Vice President of Market Intelligence at Upshot, discusses how librarians are more powerful than we realize. Check out the trends report that she wrote. Upshot’s Eight Trends to Watch in 2021. https://trends2021.upshot.agency/
August 23, 2021
Jim Deiters and Alex Todd - Deiters & Todd Library Consulting
Jim Deiters and Alex Todd, Deiters & Todd Library Consulting, discuss ways librarians can prepare to move into a management position or a director position.
August 16, 2021
Eliana Fenyes - Development Research Associate at National Audubon Society
Eliana Fenyes, Development Research Associate at National Audubon Society, discusses how she uses data AND research in her role.
August 9, 2021
Jan Dohner - Non-Fiction Writer
Jan Dohner, Non-Fiction Writer, discusses how her library skills and experiences shape her writing process.
August 2, 2021
Jamey Hurst - Senior Director of Catalog Operations at Shipt
Jamey Hurst, Senior Director of Catalog Operations at Shipt, discusses why he likes to hire librarians! And, he talks about how he asks HR to put resumes with library degrees at the top of the pile to review.
July 26, 2021
Veronda J. Pitchford - Assistant Director of Califa
Veronda J. Pitchford, Assistant Director of Califa, discusses how library consortia should be a research and development arm for libraries. Watch for Infopeople's self-care programs coming soon. #TakeCareTuesday #SharetheSelfCare
July 19, 2021
Beth Maser - President of History Associates Inc.
Beth Maser, President of History Associates Inc., discusses how her library degree modernized her skill-set.
July 12, 2021
Emily Bulger - UX management, content design and taxonomy
Emily Bulger has a background in UX management, content design and taxonomy. She discusses how librarians are the original info retrieval people. We take large amounts of information and make it useful.
June 28, 2021
Dr. Sylvia M. Jenkins President of Moraine Valley Community College
Dr. Sylvia M. Jenkins, President of Moraine Valley Community College, discusses the many ways she uses her library skills in her role as community college president. Hint: She does her research.
June 21, 2021
Patrick Sweeney - Political Director for EveryLibrary
Patrick Sweeney, Political Director for EveryLibrary, discusses his library advocacy work. He has some great ideas for librarians to advocate for their libraries.
June 14, 2021
Margot Note - Principal at Margot Note Consulting
Margot Note - Principal at Margot Note Consulting, discusses owning an archives consulting business. She has some great advice for librarians who think they want to start a business.
June 7, 2021
Rachael Altman - Director and Coach at Rachael Altman Career Coaching
Rachael Altman, director and coach at Rachael Altman Career Coaching, discusses how she inspires her clients to realize the value in their transferable skills. Here is a link to the market research survey she mentioned in the interview. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7KSYLDBZtY3ZDnfQjfcQ599_9HUG02qsi1PmppfPe-Ajt5g/viewform
May 31, 2021
Kate Arnold - Geography teacher
Kate Arnold, Geography teacher and Past President of the Special Libraries Association and the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, discusses how her information skills compliment her geography skills.
May 24, 2021
Anne Craig - Senior Director of CARLI (Consortium of Academic and Research Libraries in Illinois)
Anne Craig, Senior Director of CARLI, discusses the value of librarians and librarians' skills from the perspective of a library consortium Director.
May 17, 2021
Scott Bonner - Director of the Ferguson Municipal Public Library
Scott Bonner, award-winning Director of the Ferguson Municipal Public Library, discusses his crisis management leadership skills.
May 10, 2021
Kristiana Burk - owner of The Quiet Mind Co
Kristiana Burk, owner of The Quiet Mind Co, discusses how she uses her library degree and her library skills in her business and in her job as a digital product manager.
May 3, 2021
Diane Foote - Executive Director of the Illinois Library Association
Diane Foote, Executive Director of the Illinois Library Association, discusses how her library and organization skills come in handy while running a 3,000 member association.
April 26, 2021
Marydee Ojala - Editor-in-Chief at Online Searcher: Information, Discovery, Technology, Strategies
Marydee Ojala - Editor-in-Chief at Online Searcher: Information, Discovery, Technology, Strategies, published by information Today, Inc. where she also serves as conference program director. She discusses how her library skills have helped her pivot from one job environment to another.
April 19, 2021
Kathy Mills - Senior Donor Identification Analyst at Wake Forest Baptist Health
Kathy Mills, Senior Donor Identification Analyst at Wake Forest Baptist Health, discusses how her Library education makes her a perfect fit in the prospect research world.
April 12, 2021
Dan Bostrom - Member Engagement Manager at Reaching Across Illinois Library System (RAILS)
Dan Bostrom, Member Engagement Manager at Reaching Across Illinois Library System, discusses his role as a librarian's librarian.
April 5, 2021
Marcy Phelps - owner of Marcy Phelps & Associates
Marcy Phelps, owner of Marcy Phelps & Associates, discusses how she uses all of her librarian skills to help her clients avoid surprises. You can find out more about the services her business offers at MarcyPhelps.com.
March 29, 2021
Alyson Avery - Manager, Catalog CPG Data at Shipt
Alyson Avery - Manager, Catalog CPG Data at Shipt, discusses her library school education and how she uses what she learned in her work in Data.
March 22, 2021
Jocelyn Sheppard - owner of Appalachian Botanical Company
Jocelyn Sheppard, owner of Appalachian Botanical Company, discusses how useful her library background is starting and managing her business. Her company is growing lavender and reclaimed coal mine land in Ashford, Boone County, West Virginia. Learn more about her business and buy her lavender products at AppalachianBotanical.com.
March 15, 2021
Jamillah Gabriel - owner of Call Number
Jamillah Gabriel, owner of Call Number, discusses how her library skills add value to her business and what she wants to do when she finishes her PhD. Call Number is the library inspired quarterly book subscription box that celebrates black literature and authors. Subscribe to Call Number at callnumberbox.com. Follow on social media @CallNumberBox.
March 15, 2021
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