"I Am Alexandria Library" Video Series

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To celebrate Diversity Month, the Alexandria Library is pleased to roll out its web video series "I Am Alexandria Library.” This series of short 1.5-minute videos highlights individual Library staff members and provides an opportunity to delve deeper into their lives.

Every two weeks, the Library will release a new video of a staff member. Please check back for new videos as they become available.

 

Meet Anna Price |#iAmAlexandriaLibrary (5/1/18)

Law Librarian Anna Price shares her background in law and librarianship as well as exciting, upcoming programs at her branch! Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life!

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Custodian Supervisor Patricia Amaya shares her favorite programs and contributions to the Library. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life.

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Former Youth Services Manager Genelle Schuler shares highlights of working with children and the youth programs at Alexandria Library. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life.

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Library Aid Mebratu Alemu shares what libraries meant to him and his favorite aspects of his job. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of his life.

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Communications Assistant Kira Omans shares her favorite moments of filming the #iAmAlexandriaLibrary series. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life.

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Local History Branch Manager Tricia Walker speaks about her work as an archivist and her favorite memory working at the Local History and Special Collections Branch. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life.

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Sunday Librarian Stacy Arth shares her multi-cultural background and describes why she loves working at Alexandria Library. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life.

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Librarian Giovanni Sciannameo shares his Italian heritage with the community and discusses his love for diversity in Alexandria Library. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of his life!

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Deputy Director Renee DiPilato shares why she loves the Paws to Read program, and she describes her pride for Alexandria Library’s public outreach. Learn what makes Alexandria Library a special part of her life.

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Sunday Services Manager Allison Carmola explains the roles that libraries play in the world today as well as the variety of the Library’s programs. Learn what makes Alexandria Library a special part of her life.

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Duncan Branch Manager Brack Stovall describes his love for library communities and his favorite interactions with patrons! Learn what makes Alexandria Library a special part of his life.

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Adult Services Manager Samantha Palmieri shares why she pursued a job at the Library and what she wishes you knew about our services. Learn what makes Alexandria Library a special part of her life.

Talking Books librarian Kym Robertson explores her service and why she loves working with her patrons. Learn what makes Alexandria Library a special part of her life.

Communications Officer Anton Murray shares his favorite projects, programs, and experiences with Alexandria Library. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of his life.

Librarian Christian Reynolds discusses her outreach program and her passion for working with children. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life.

Library Assistant Barbara Manley talks about her most memorable experiences and contributions to Alexandria Library. Learn what makes #AlexandriaLibrary a special part of her life.