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Susan Henderson
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Susan Henderson, a Berlineaton associate, is our Library Expert.  She is a recently retired librarian with over twenty years of experience in public and academic libraries. She has held a variety of positions that cover a wide range of library services and community outreach in the Lower Mainland and Victoria from 1994 – 2016, reinforcing her belief in the power of libraries to transform, improve and enrich our communities.  

Susan started her library career at the Richmond Public Library in 1994 after graduating from UBC’s School of Library and Archival Studies. She became the Manager of Branch Services at RPL in 2000. In 2001, Susan moved to the Greater Victoria Public Library, first as the Juan de Fuca Branch Head, to be followed by a position in marketing and communications. A further refinement of this position broadened its scope to include community relations and outreach, specifically in the areas of literacy and lifelong learning. In 2009 she moved to an academic setting to be the first communications officer for UVic Libraries. 

Susan has also served as Adjunct Teaching Faculty in the MLIS Program at UBC and has represented Canadian public libraries as a member of the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA).
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