Episode 26: Gender Issues in Libraries

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Kate Kosturski is JSTOR’s Institutional Participation Coordinator for the UK and Northern Europe, where, in her words, “I tell people in Europe how awesome JSTOR is and then hopefully they buy some.” A 2011 ALA Emerging Leader, Kate received her MLS from Pratt Institute in 2010 and is the co-founder of ALA CraftCon, a relaxing crafting hour at the Midwinter and Annual Meetings. In her spare time, she enjoys crafts, cooking, baseball, running, photography, politics, and technology. View her work online at katekosturski.info and follow her on Twitter as librarian_kate. 

Coral Sheldon-Hess is an engineer-turned-librarian living in Anchorage, Alaska. She has worked at the University of Alaska Anchorage as a Web Services Librarian since 2009, when she drove across the continent with three birds, some house plants, and a trunk full of homebrewing gear. In her spare time she teaches computer programming to women, crochets, does geeky tech things, reads, bicycles (poorly), and evangelizes on behalf of the Oxford comma. You can find her blog at http://sheldon-hess.org/coral, or follow her on Twitter at @web_librarian.

Marge Loch-Wouters received her MLIS in 1976 at UW-Madison SLIS and had worked as a children’s librarian and children’s library manager ever since. She is a long time active member of ALA (she currently sits on Council), Wisconsin Library Association and WI Women Library Workers, a feminist library organization. She blogs at Tiny Tips for Library Fun and also presents workshops, webinars and teaches as an adjunct on innovative youth services. Loch-Wouters was named WI Librarian on the Year in 2010. When not working she can be found hanging out in social media or in nature.

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