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Rob Arrighi is a small speck in the universe. Since the universe is expanding, Rob's place in the universe is getting smaller and smaller. This has no correlation to how inconsequential his blogs are. The one saving grace is that his blogs are mercifully short and mildly entertaining. If you feel froggy, jump.

Anne Barreca
Battery Park City

Anne Barreca is the library manager at Battery Park City Branch, where she spends her days bringing people and books together, and making sure the shelves always have something of interest for everyone. She enjoys reading and blogging about food, cookbooks, historical fiction, digital photography, children's literature, vigilante movies, David Foster Wallace's non-fiction, and zombies or other post-apocalyptic scenarios (anything by Cormac McCarthy, Margaret Atwood's sci-fi). Her favorite protagonists are strong girls. She has attempted -- and failed -- to finish Infinite Jest at least three times. When she isn't reading, she can be found running enough mileage to dust any mundane event with sparkly endorphins, making playlists to suit any occasion, or cooking for her potluck group. Her favorite call number is 641.5636 (vegan cookery).

Jenny Baum
Jefferson Market

Jenny Baum has contributed to the article “Librarianship Presence in Virtual Worlds” in the Handbook of Research on Practices and Outcomes in Virtual Worlds and Environments. In her free time, she has been known to watch too much reality television.

Ariel Birdoff is nerdy, wordy, and over thirty. She is the author of pop-culture nerdy poetry book: NERD!VERSE, and is currently living the dream working as a School Outreach Librarian at the New York Public Library's MyLibraryNYC program. Ariel also freelances as an editor, proofreader, book reviewer, and organizer. When she is not busy working, she can be found making things out of yarn, binge watching television, reading copious amounts of YA literature, or referring to herself in the third person. Ariel is also the founder, singer, and manager of the wizard rock band Madam Pince and the Librarians. You can find her online at and on twitter @Madam_Pince.

Matthew J. Boylan
Schwarzman Building

Matthew J. Boylan is a Senior Reference Librarian with ASK NYPL of The New York Public Library

Shauntee Burns-Simpson is currently the Outreach Librarian for MyLibraryNYC. As a Young Adult Librarian, she had a great interest in youth and their education. She implemented programs that NYPL as adopted as programming for young adults. The most successful was Teen Tech Time, a 90-minute laptop program that allows teenagers to use the laptops to do homework, research, and fun stuff too. Outreach is very important to Mrs. Simpson and she enjoys going to schools to talk about library resources, give out library cards, and train teachers and administrators. Mrs. Simpson also works with organizations, to reach out to troubled youths in the community. Shauntee Burns-Simpson is on the Best Books for Teens committee, a member of the CIPA Filtering Group, Past President of the New York Black Librarians Caucus, Past President of RASS for the New York Library Association, and currently serves on ALA's Committee on Diversity.

Vanessa Carrasco is an Information Assistant at Parkchester Branch. She enjoys cooking, Japanese food, knitting and drawing (on-and-off), and tea.

Magdalene Chan is a librarian and a career coach at SIBL.  Prior to joining the Library, she was a career counselor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY, and a school guidance counselor in New York City public schools.  She holds a Bachelor's degree in Sociology from Queens's College, CUNY, and received her Master's degree in Counseling Education from NYU and her Master's degree in Library and Information Science from Long Island University.  She did some research on International Education on a doctoral level at NYU.

MSLIS with private-sector experience in UX and User Interface Design.

Interests include crocheting, crossword puzzles, piano, ukulele, and my Siamese cat.

 Jessica Cline is a librarian with the Picture Collection. She blogs about visual literacy, resources and poetry.

Madeleine Cohen is the assistant director of NYPL's Science, Industry and Business Library. She has an MA from the City University of New York Graduate Center, where she specialized in the intersection of technology and society. She also has an MLS from Queens College, City University of New York. She has worked at NYPL for more than 20 years.

Frank Collerius
Jefferson Market

Once a famous movie star, Frank Collerius is currently the Library Manager at Jefferson Market. He started as a trainee in the Bronx, at the Soundview branch, and then worked at the Epiphany and Yorkville branches. Frank was an undergraduate at The New School for Social Research and received his MLS from Pratt. Frank is a graduate of the very first NYPL Leadership Academy, and was the recipient of the 2006 Feder Award.

Diane Dias De Fazio
Schwarzman Building

Diane Dias De Fazio is a public services, reference, and social media outreach Librarian in the Irma and Paul Milstein Division of U.S. History, Local History and Genealogy. She holds BAs in History and Theatre from Fordham University, a certificate in Interior Design & Architecture from Parsons School of Design, a MSc in Historic Preservation from Columbia University, and a MSLIS from Pratt Institute. She is a recipient of the 2016-2017 IMLS-RBS Fellowship for Early Career Librarians. She tweets for the Library @nyplhistory, is the face behind @nyplmaps, and writes about architecture, art, and books at @archibrarian. She joined NYPL in 2016.

Emily Drew is a Collection Development Librarian for the MyLibraryNYC program: a joint venture between the New York City Department of Education and the three public library systems of New York City. She enjoys reading about New York City history, has a collection of Presidential campaign buttons, and hopes to one day have a corgi. 

Lover of all things sweet, in particular caramel, and chocolate (except white chocolate, which is gross).
Voracious reader with a fondness for new adult and contemporary romance, cookbooks, medicine and fiction. 
Avid fan of Investigation Discovery, Cooking Channel and all that is technology. 
Working  for The New York Public Library since 1997.

John Flood
53rd Street

John Flood has been a librarian with The New York Public Library since 1993.

Jennifer Gaeta
New Dorp

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Jennifer Gaeta hails from New Dorp, the land of multi-tasking. She has been a clerk in the branch since 2008, along with all her regular duties she is a General of the New Dorp Teens Army & the Social Media Butterfly. Along with writing her passion is art. Since she began blogging she covered topics like The Art Gallery reviews and Monthly program reports for New Dorp Library. Her best works are her ongoing interviews about bands such as: The Beatles, Glee, KISS and Nirvana
All we could get from her was a quick comment: "With all the things I've done I would've been nothin' with out my partner in crime Bobby 'Safety' Pins."
That's all folks.

Elisa Garcia
Bronx Library Center

Elisa A. Garcia is a fashion loving librarian who loves working with teens.

She has a BA in Sociology/ Early Childhood Education and a Masters in Library Science from Pratt Institute. She is firmly rooted in fostering a love of reading in reluctant teen readers and a strong commitment to providing teens with diverse books that represent them and their experiences.  At The New York Public Library she has served on various committees including The Young Adult Advisory Board 2014-15, The Tri-Li Spanish Summer Reading List and staff recommendations.

She is active in the American Library Association through Reforma: The National Association to Promote Library & Information Services to Latinos and the Spanish Speaking and a member of the NY Black Librarian Caucus.


Starting in 2009, Karen has cared for the books, non-print media, and patrons at different libraries across NYC. She is currently a Youth Collections Selector buying those books that you love to read.   She is also a NY State certified teacher of French and English with 8 years of teaching experience. She holds a Master of Arts in Teaching and a Master of Information Science along with a Certificate in Archives and Preservation of Cultural Materials. Karen enjoys curating and hosting film series.  When blogging, she writes about places she visits and the art she enjoys.  Come visit Karen virtually on Twitter @karenginman !

Lauren Goldenberg is Deputy Director of the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers. 

Billy Gschlecht
St. George Library Center

Billy Gschlecht is an Adult Librarian at the St. George Library Center on Staten Island.  He received his Library Science degree from Queens College and will blog about anything and everything.

 Jonathan Hiam is the Curator of the American Music Collection and The Rodgers and Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.  He has been with LPA since 2008.

In addition to overseeing the Technical Processing unit at SIBL, Bogdan also works with the public at the reference desk, teaches classes and popularizes the library’s collections and programs at networking events as well as via Facebook and the library blog. He has worked in the Slavic & Baltic Division (as well as cataloging and acquisition) and also does historical research.


Tiffany James is currently an outreach librarian with MyLibraryNYC.  She is enjoying traveling all over the city partnering libraries and schools.  Before joining the outreach team she was a children's librarian in  the Bronx for many years and enjoyed working with children and parents.  A devoted champion of early literacy she is always happy to talk about great children's books and the importance of parents as teachers.  

Twelve years at SIBL—reformed serial career-changer—seeking to better illuminate SIBL's collections, services and happenings.

Phillip Karg
Library for the Performing Arts

Phillip Karg is a Moving Image Cataloger at the Library for the Performing Arts.  He received a B.A. in Music from The Ohio State University and became serious about dance while performing with the University Dance Company.  Phil graduated with an M.L.S. from Queens College and has been cataloging dance videos at LPA since 2006.  He was a professional modern dancer for over 20 years in Boston and New York.   

Thomas Knowlton is a School Outreach Librarian for MyLibraryNYC at New York Public Library. He holds a Master of Arts in Comparative Literature from the University of Georgia and a Master of Library and Information Studies from Rutgers State University. Over the past 10 years, he has curated a variety of foreign and genre film series at the University of Georgia and New York Public Library. His most recent project NYPLarcade offers participants the opportunity to play and critically discuss video games in a public library setting and has been featured on Polygon, Gamasutra, and NPR.

Bob Kosovsky
Library for the Performing Arts

I'm the Curator of Rare Books and Manuscripts for the Music Division.  My interests center around film music, musicals, incidental music for dramas, opera, bibliography, music theory, manuscripts and archival collections—I have interest in many varied things. 
I first started working at The New York Public Library in 1974 as a page for the Music Division.  I returned in 1985 and have been working here ever since.

Leah Labrecque
58th Street

Leah Labrecque: librarian, explorer, enthusiast. Leah is the children's librarian at the 58th Street Library and has a deep passion for cookies, comics, nature, words, and singing with people. 

Lauren has been at NYPL since 2004, and has experience in both reference work and technology training. As the digital producer in Reference and Research Services, she helps to support staff blogging at NYPL. She has also blogged about camping, quotations, doughnuts, trivia, and e-books. In 2011, Lauren was a recipient of the Bertha Franklin Feder Award for Outstanding Service in Librarianship.

Louise Lareau
Schwarzman Building

Louise Lareau is a second generation librarian that hails from a small blueberry farm in Quebec.  She is the only member of her family without a green thumb.  Louise has been working at NYPL since 1997 and is currently the Managing Librarian at the Children’s Center at 42nd Street.  Louise was nine when she discovered the Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume.  It is still one of her favorite books and no matter how old she gets, Peter and Fudge’s antics still make her laugh.    

Andrea Lipinski

Andrea Lipinski has been a young adult librarian longer than she's been anything else.  She reads more teen books than grownup books, and contributes posts to the Stuff For the Teen Age blog about graphic novels, fantastic fiction, and lots of other "stuff."  She has contributed to several young adult reference books, and currently reviews books and apps for School Library Journal.  She runs the Kingsbridge Library Teens Tumblr, with the help and guidance of her Teen Advisory Group. She co-chaired NYPL's Best Books For Teens committee in 2014 and 2015, and served as a committee member in 2016. She also produces the Be a Better Booktalker podcast and blog, in which she shares examples of her favorite technique for enticing reluctant readers.

Grace Loiacono
St. George Library Center

Grace Loiacono is a Senior Young Adult Librarian at the St. George Library Center on Staten Island. She graduated with her MLIS from Pratt Institute. She is an avid hockey fan (go Devils!!) and she loves her dogs, Rambo, Blue, and Bruno above all things.

Zanny Love is the Program Assistant for BridgeUP, an Out of School Time program at The New York Public Library. She enjoys reading, writing, and classic films. Her favorite book is Jane Eyre.

Sherri Machlin
Mulberry Street

Sherri joined the New York Public Library in 2005, and currently resides at the Mulberry Street branch as a Senior Librarian. She is the author of the reference books American Food by the Decades and A Historical Atlas of Azerbaijan.

Susan Malsbury is the Digital Archivist for The New York Public Library, working with born digital archival material across the three research centers of the Library. In this role, she assists curators with acquisitions; oversees technical services staff handling ingest and processing; and coordinates with public service staff to design and implement access systems for born digital content. Susan received her Masters in Library and Information Science from Pratt Institute in 2009 and has worked with archives at NYPL in various capacities since 2007.

Miranda McDermott
Bronx Library Center

I like to attend the terrific programs for children and teens that The New York Public Library provides, and I am very happy to have the opportunity to blog about them to inform the public. Let me know what you think of my blogs!
In addition to working in public libraries in and around the New York City and Philadelphia area, I have also worked in academic libraries, corporate libraries, and have been a solo librarian for a synagogue, music school, and preschool. I love public libraries and having the opportunity to provide information services to those who need it most.

Brandy McNeil is the Associate Director of Tech Education for the New York Public Library and the visionary of the NYPL TechConnect program.  In addition to her managerial duties she still teaches technology classes, writes the AppVice blog and does posts for the @NYPLTechConnect twitter account.  Widely known amongst her peers as "Gadget Girl", she aims to make every New Yorker as tech savvy as "she".  Brandy holds a BA degree, MBA degree and is currently pursuing her Doctorate. 

Jeremy Megraw
Library for the Performing Arts

When not shepherding researchers through the treasures of the Library For the Performing Arts, Jeremy Megraw is blogging about them. He is the recipient of the 2012 Ruth and Arthur Feder Award for Service to the Library's Public. Off-desk time is spent in his Photograph Librarian cap, cataloging the Theatre Division’s 2 million-strong photograph collection in the Digital Gallery and occasionally blogging about the random marvels he encounters there. His leisure time is spent frolicking with his kids, reading literary and speculative fiction, and sneaking in episodes of Scandinavian TV crime dramas. Current obsessions include 19th-century Vaudeville, cinema, narrative theory, and forensic entomology.

Cassie Mey
Library for the Performing Arts

Cassie is the Oral History Project Coordinator and Audio Archivist for the Jerome Robbins Dance Division. Formerly, Cassie was the Project Cataloger for the Merce Cunningham Dance Audio Collection and she started her career at NYPL in 2009 as the Oral History Archive Assistant.
Alongside her work in audio archives, Cassie has had an extensive career as a dancer, having most recently performed in Dean Moss’s multimedia work and 4 year project, johnbrown . Over the past 15 years, she also danced with Molissa Fenley , Jillian Peña , and other choreographers, as well as presented her own dance works and collaborations in NYC.
In 2013, she was on the project team for the Dance Heritage Coalition’s Artist-Driven Archives project which convened several national focus groups including one that she conducted on “Documenting the Creative Process”. Cassie holds an MSILS degree from Pratt Institute and a BA in Dance from Mills College.

Chasity Moreno has been with The New York Public Library for over 20 years and is currently a librarian in Manhattan.She is passionate about books , especially of the horror variety but is also open to mainstream fiction. Her favorite authors include Stephen King and Sarah Waters.

Alex Mouyios has worked for New York Public Library since May 2012. Primarily, Alex concentrates on Adult Programming; teaching the computer classes, and providing various other workshops. Originally at the Throg's Neck Branch in the Bronx, he is now at the 67th Street Branch in Manhattan. Outside of work, he enjoys Greek dancing, Weight lifting, reading fantasy novels, playing computer video games, as well as mountain biking. At the 67th Street Branch, Alex gained support to renovate the Library Garden which now boasts various programs and educational endeavors. The Garden is also an extension of the charming Quiet Study during the warmer months! He populated the Mercy College Archives in Spring 2012. The information gathered was used in the publication of "Mercy College: Yesterday and Today," written by Eric Martone and Michael Perrota.

Maura Muller is the Volunteer Manager at The New York Public Library since 2000. She is active in the New York Association of Volunteer Managers and the Volunteer Program Managers of NYC's Cultural Institutions. In her spare time she homeschools her son and is an Eagle Watch volunteer for the Basha Kill Area Association and a volunteer 4H activities leader. 

Emily is the Manager of Children's Educational Programming for the New York Public Library.  Her interests include children's literature and literacy, art and crafts, museums and museology, and slow travel.

Carmen Nigro
Schwarzman Building

Carmen Nigro has a B.A. in History, Masters in Teaching Secondary Social Studies, and Masters in Library and Information Science. She has great interest in the quirkier elements of history and teaching people to become great researchers.

Stephanie Pamphile has been with The New York Public Library for nine years. She started as a Librarian Trainee while attending Queens College. Stephanie was a recipient of the Irene Diamond Scholarship, which funded her MLS pursuit. She is the children's librarian at the 125th Street Branch Library.

Billy Parrott
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street

Billy Parrott is the Associate Director of the Mid-Manhattan Library. In 2008 he received the Bertha Franklin Feder Award for Outstanding Service in Librarianship. When not reading books or looking at pictures he writes blog posts and he collects photographs of people he does not know.

Nanor Pogosian
Pelham Bay

Nanor Pogosian is a Senior Adult Librarian at New York Public Library. She received her Masters in Library Science from Queens College and currently works at the Pelham Bay branch in the Bronx. She enjoys cooking and spending time with her husband and two daughters.

Alison N. Quammie
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street

Alison is currently a Senior Librarian at the Mid-Manhattan Library where she hosts the Contemporary Classics Books Discussion, evening movies and teaches library resource classes. Formerly, she was Reference and Public Service Librarian in the Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division at the Schomburg Center. She is a graduate of Brooklyn College and Pratt Institute. She has worked at NYPL for more than 30 years.

Business Librarian with lengthy experience in marketing and advertising at international advertising agencies.

Doug Reside
Library for the Performing Arts

Doug Reside was appointed Curator of the Billy Rose Theatre Division in 2014. He joined the library in 2011 after four and a half years on the directorial staff of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH).  He has been the director on multiple theater library projects including Music Theater Online, and the Shakespeare Quartos Archive.  He is the editor of the Musical of the Month blog at NYPL which makes available, in various ebook formats, musical theatre libretti from the Library's collections.

Arieh Ress
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street
Before coming to work at the Mid-Manhattan branch of the New York Public Library in August of 2015, Arieh Down Ress, MLS, was recently an Adjunct Business Reference Librarian at New York University (NYU). He earned a BA in philosophy from Purchase College, SUNY and a Masters in Library Science from The University of Buffalo, SUNY. He approaches life and work as the search for not only answers, but the right questions as well. While at the University of Buffalo, he worked out of the Health Science Library fulfilling interlibrary loan requests and creating a series of online video tutorials tailored to librarians on the effective use of interlibrary loan platforms as well as several medical databases. For over a decade he has worked with digital media, shooting and editing photographs and videos, some of which have appeared in museums, on television and in films, including video, still shot, and digital media support for the documentary 99%: The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film which debuted at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and which had its NYC debut in the Human Rights Watch Film Festival. He has presented his work on video tutorials at the 2010 Upstate New York and Ontario Chapter of the Medical Library Association (UNYOC/MLA) Annual Meeting, at the 2010 Vital Links XIV Annual HLSP Workshop, on film making at the 2012 NYC Digital Video Expo East and on library community outreach at a poster session at the 2013 American Library Association Annual Conference. At NYU, Arieh handled business reference questions virtually and in person in a busy digital commons environment. Additionally assisted his coworkers in the creation of video tutorials introducing some of the business and health resources available to the NYU community. He and Susan Kaplan Jacobs co-created Qualtrics surveys to track the effectiveness of these tutorials. They joined forces with Nicole Brown on a presentation, “Chunky, Sticky, and Bite-sized: Embedding Screencasts for Information Literacy in Evidence-Based Graduate Nursing Education”, which took first place at the Medical Library Association’s Annual Meeting (2014) in Chicago. 
Ruth Rodriguez
Francis Martin

Ruth Rodriguez is a silly children's librarian at the Francis Martin Branch Library in the Bronx. When she is not working at her branch, she is visiting other branches and borrowing books. Her favorite pastimes include reading children's books, looking up information on databases, and painting in her studio in Harlem. She is also a fan of writing in third person.

Anne Rouyer
Mulberry Street

Anne Rouyer is currently a Supervising Young Adult Librarian at the Seward Park Branch Library and has worked at the New York Public Library for 13 years. She is a member of the Young Adult Library Association and has served on the Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers booklist committee and will serve on the William C. Morris YA Debut Author committee in 2012. She contributes reviews and reading lists to the Seward Park Bibliocommons page and different NYPL blogs, including: Stuff for the Teenage and Biblio File. She watches way too much TV, is obsessed with pop culture, loves books that involve romance, history, mystery and the paranormal and she is a certifed Anglophile (see blog entries on Downton Abbey and the Royal Wedding).

Rebecca Schosha
Jefferson Market

Children's Librarian at the Jefferson Market Branch Library

Loves a collective noun, coffee, dark chocolate peppermint frogs, and favors a stripe over a dot in terms of attire.  Agent in a previous life (literary not secret). 

 J. Soucé earned his Bachelor's degree in Sociology with honors (FSU), and his MLS from Pratt Institute also with honors. He has served in The New York Public Library for more than a decade, as both a Systems Analyst and Reference Librarian. He is a 1998 recipient of the American Library Association Spectrum Scholarship. He has been recognized for exceptional commitment and dedication by NYPL in 2005, and is the 2012 recipient of the Jean M. Campbell Award for Excellence in Reference Service.  He achived his Certification in Archiving in 2012. He loves the library and the ideas and services it represents. In his spare time he enjoys chess and painting.


Laura Stein
Grand Central

I am an Adult Services Librarian at Grand Central Library where I get to run fun programs like the monthly Book Club and the Adult Coloring Group.  I blog about anything and everything (finding inspiration is easy at the library) but making lists are my preferred method - I live and die by the list.

Denise Stockman has been with The New York Public Library since 2008. She has an MA in Conservation from Buffalo State College and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in Painting and Printmaking. Her previous conservation experience includes fellowships at The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Morgan Library & Museum; and internships at The Museum of Modern Art, The Barnes Foundation, The National Galleries of Scotland, The Brooklyn Museum, and The Smithsonian.

Follow NYPL's Barbara Goldsmith Conservation Lab on Instagram @nyplconserv

Philip Sutton
Schwarzman Building

A graduate of Goldsmiths College, London, and the Pratt Institute, Philip is interested in research of all kinds, particularly in genealogy, and building history. He currently teaches classes in New York City house history research, and immigration as it pertains to genealogical research. He was formerly a recommended researcher at the Brooklyn Historical Society.

Marianna Vertsman
Mid-Manhattan Library at 42nd Street

Lifelong information addict , Marianna became a librarian to satisfy her own esurient, insatiable and omnivorous curiosity. When not answering questions from the public, she still questions everything. Her occasional inability to answer a self-imposed inquiry, usually related to a logically muddled and obscure subject ,makes her susceptible to frequent episodes of violent existential angst. Her current interests are not limited to Roman History and Rhetoric.

Andy Wagstaff is first and foremost a lover of great music, and secondly a librarian who works in collection development purchasing non-print formats for all the branches. He blogs about personal favorite albums in his blog series Great Albums You May Have Missed, and compiles a monthly Best of Patron Requests series, which highlights the most exciting music that is suggested by our patrons each month (submit your own request here!). When not at work or listening to music, he makes his own: this may include folk songs written by Russian Cosmonauts about the loneliness of intergalactic space travel, covering '80s hair metal tunes in the style of Simon & Garfunkel, or experimentally evoking the ashen and lifeless landscapes of WWI battlefields.

Artis Q. Wright
Schwarzman Building

Artis Q. Wright is a map specialist at the Lionel Pincus and Princess Firyal Map Division where in addition to blogging he catalogs cartographic material and provides reference consultation services. He holds a B.S. in Architectural Studies from the University of Texas at Austin and a M.S. in City and Regional Planning from Pratt Institute.  He’s fascinated by the built environment and spends his free time exploring NYC’s diverse cityscape by bike and camera, hoping to capture what Henri Cartier-Bresson once called  “the decisive moment.”

Arlene Yu
Library for the Performing Arts

Arlene Yu is the Collections Manager for the Jerome Robbins Dance Division. She received an A.B. in Social Studies from Harvard/Radcliffe College and an M.S. in Information and Library Science from Pratt Institute. Arlene blogs about all things dance, although she has a particular fondness for ballet, ethnic dances, and ballroom dancing. In fact, when not pursuing her library career, Arlene can be found wearing lots of makeup, glittery costumes, and a fake tan in her other persona as a competitive ballroom dancer.

Gregory Zeidner
St. George Library Center

Gregory Zeidner has been with the NYPL since 2006.  He is currently the teen librarian at the St. George branch.

Children's Librarian, 53rd Street Branch