Mary-Carol is the executive director of South Central Regional Library Council. She holds an M.L.S. from Syracuse University and B.A. in anthropology from St. John Fisher College. Ms. Lindbloom has worked in a variety of library settings: university, public, museum, hospital, and library system. She has served on three school library system advisory councils and was part of the planning team for the nationwide My Info Quest SMS text reference service. She has been involved with four collaborative virtual reference programs, having directed the world's first academic library virtual reference collaborative, Ready for Reference. She also coordinated a cross-disciplinary educational sim in a virtual environment and a statewide assessment initiative. She serves on the Guiding Council for Syracuse University's iSchool program.
Christine holds an MSLIS from Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Ithaca College. Prior to joining SCRLC as the Outreach Services Librarian, she was the Health Services Librarian at the Elmira Campus of the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) and worked in the Office of Sponsored Programs at Cornell University as a Grant and Contract Officer. She also did an internship at the Cornell Law Library where she learned all aspects of librarianship and then worked on LibGuides to update content in the International Law page. Contact Christine for questions related to Hospital LIbraries and the ILL program as well as Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Claire holds an MLIS from Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Arts in history from the University of Maine. Claire comes to SCRLC from the Manlius Library, where she served most recently as youth services librarian and before that, as their public services coordinator. Prior to Manlius, she worked for Central NY Library Resources Council (CLRC) in Syracuse, where among other responsibilities she was the project coordinator for New York Heritage. She also provided training and support for CLRC members in digitization, and managed library science interns for local NYH projects.
Contact Claire for information or questions regarding SCRLC's Digitization Program.
Jessica earned her Masters in Information and Library Science from Pratt Institute and her Bachelors in International Relations from Tulane University. Prior to working for SCRLC, she was a Reference Librarian at Louisiana State Health Sciences Library, the Director of the Palau Community College Library, and a Librarian at various branches of Brooklyn Public Library.
Contact Jessica for suggestions or questions about events, webinars, or SCRLC's communications.
Danna earned her Bachelors in Marketing from the University of South Florida. Prior to working for SCRLC, she worked in the Accounting Department and was the Office Manager for an Environmental Firm in Wisconsin.
Contact Danna for questions about, CCDA, deposit accounts, MISP EFTS payments, membership dues or any business questions.