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Cassondra Vick

Executive Director

cassondra@swonlibraries.org Cassondra

513.751.4422 ex. 12

Cassondra originally hails from Nashville, TN & worked in public libraries for almost 15 years (and even served as a library page in her high school). She has spent most of her career in Youth Services, having worked in both Young Adult and Children's Services, including in Kenton County, KY. However, her time studying for her MLIS at the University of Kentucky ignited a passion for library tech, allowing her to turn formerly personal interests into professional ones when she joined SWON as our Technology Educator.

In June 2017, Cassondra assumed the duties of Executive Director and is excited to explore this new direction in her career!

She currently lives in Finneytown with her husband, two spoiled cats and a new, non-pet addition born in February 2016.

You can find Cassondra on Twitter @jewbrarian 

Deanna Piña

Continuing Education Coordinator

deanna@swonlibraries.org

Deanna

513.751.4422 ex. 10

Deanna has worked as a Teen and Adult Programmer for Campbell County Public Library and as a Teen Librarian for the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. She has worked with colleagues to create, develop and present all kinds of programs and is now doing the same with SWON Libraries.

Deanna has her MLIS from the University of Kentucky and lives in Kentucky with her husband and Chihuahua mix named Charlie.

Emily Wages

Emergent Trends and Technology Educator

emily@swonlibraries.org Cassondra

513.751.4422 ex. 11

Emily was born and raised in southwestern Ohio, growing up in Forest Park and Fairfield. She attended Miami University for her BS in Education and earned her MLIS at Kent State University. She has worked with adults, teens, and children in libraries for five years. Most recently, her work as a library programming specialist concentrated on creating and presenting programs on a variety of topics including basic to advanced technology, maker projects, and community health and wellness. She has a passion for teaching library skills and information literacy as well as advocating for access to information for all.

She currently lives in Fairfield with her husband, dog Shay, and cat Chili. 

 

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