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Kayla Kettelson I am Kayla Kettelson, I have recently moved from small town Albion Nebraska to Emporia to attend the School of Library and Information Management. During my undergraduate program I worked at the college library for three years and that is what inspired me to further my education. I was an active member of a sorority and I held the position of alumnae chair for two years in a row. Along with that chair I was on the executive council where we had to make decisions for the group, write official documents, and plan events. I would be honored to have the opportunity to hold a position in SCALA. Thank you.
Molly Wetta Molly Wetta is beginning her second year in ESU's MLS program and is the Young Adult and Media Selector in the Collection Development Department at Lawrence Public Library in Lawrence, KS. Her core responsibilities are the development of the library's young adult fiction and nonfiction, graphic novel, and media collections. In addition to helping facilitate programs for all ages, she manages the library's Tumblr and Pinterest accounts and contributes content to Twitter and Facebook, as part of the library's social media team. In addition to writing a personal blog on books and libraries, she is a contributor to YALSA's The Hub young adult literature blog and writes for NoveList.
Maggie Witte My name is Maggie Witte and I live in Emporia. I have previously been the Secretary for our SCALA chapter. I communicated with the SCALA members about the Eisenhower Library trip and other events. I also coordinated with the local library director for a volunteer opportunity for helping set up for their biannual book sale. However, I am now open to working in any of the officer positions. My goal is to create a fuller system of communication through the various social networks and to help create ideas for fundraising and volunteer opportunities.
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