People Line: People on the Move within the Industry

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People Line: People on the Move within the Industry


The New York Public Library (NYPL) has announced that Mary Anne Corner is its new deputy director of branch libraries. In her new position, she will assist the director in supervising staff in the 85 branch libraries serving the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island.

Most recently, Corner was NYPL's associate director/ Staten Island borough coordinator in charge of the overall operations, policies, budgets, and personnel at 12 Staten Island branches. She has been with the NYPL since 1970 and has held several positions, including children's librarian, supervising children's borough specialist for Staten Island, and Staten Island borough coordinator. Prior to the NYPL, she worked as a children's librarian at the New Orleans Public Library. She has been active in many professional organizations, including the Association for Library Services to Children's Committee on Library Services to Children with Special Needs, the Caldecott Award Committee, and the Parent Education Services Committee. She is also a member of the New York Library Club.

Corrier holds an undergraduate degree in English literature from Newcomb College of Tulane University and an M.L.S. from Louisiana State University.

Source: New York Public Library, New York, 212/221-7676; http://www.nypl.org.

MARC Link has announced that Lara Henry has been named as its president. She will lead the company in worldwide service to libraries for retrospective conversion and database services.

Henry has been with MARC Link since 1998, and for the past 2 years has served as vice president of operations. Previously, she worked for Retro Link Associates, the predecessor of MARC Link. Before that, she was humanities reference assistant at the Brigham Young University Library.

Henry holds a B.A. in English from Brigham Young University.

Source: MARC Link, Provo, UT, 800/288-1265, 801/356-1852; http://www.marclink.com.

H.W. Wilson has announced that Deborah Loeding, the current vice president of sales and marketing, has been elected to its board of directors.

Loeding has been responsible for the company's worldwide selling and marketing activities, including direct sales, vendor relations, business development, product development, etc., since June 2000. She has served in several capacities since joining the company in 1984 as a library relations representative, including consultant, director of library relations, director of product management, and vice president of product management. Prior to that, she worked for 10 years as a librarian in various college, public, and special libraries.

Loeding holds B.A., M.A., and M.L.S. degrees from the University of Illinois-Urbana.

Source: H.W. Wilson, New York, 800/367-6770, 718/588-8400; http://www.hwwilson.com.

Endeavor Information Systems, Inc. has announced that it has assigned Vadim Vaynerman to the newly created position of director of Voyager development. As such, he will oversee analysis and programming for Voyager and eight of its extension modules. He will also be in charge of the development team of Voyager 2001.2, due out next spring.

Most recently, Vaynerman was the principal consultant for SET Information Technology where he developed products for customers in the greater Chicago area. He held several positions there, such as regional implementation manager and regional manager of the eastern region.

Vaynerman holds a B.S. in mathematics and computer science from the University of Illinois--Chicago.

Source: Endeavor Information Systems, Inc., Des Plaines, IL, 847/296-2200; http:// www.endinfosys.com.

TLC/CARL has announced that Johan Zeeman has joined the company as a research analyst. In this position, he will be involved with research and development and will focus on consolidating TLC/CARL's position in the application of standards to library technology, and help ensure that company products meet the needs of library communities worldwide.

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