Help Us Find Lost Leaders!

Kevin King —  August 14, 2015 — 2 Comments

All the contributors of Library Lost & Found are dedicated to providing entertaining, helpful and thought provoking material to leaders in all types of libraries. Thousands of readers each month have used this resource to guide their way out of tough situations in the workplace. In our continuing efforts to provide this content we are seeking out new voices for the blog.

Is there a story or advice that you have been wanting to share that has helped you be a leader? Do you find joy in mentoring the next generation of library leaders? Can you write in complete sentences? If the answer is “yes!” then send us an email at librarylostfound@gmail.com.

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Kevin King

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Kevin King is the Head of Branch and Circulation Services at the Kalamazoo (MI) Public Library. Previously Kevin led Teen Services at KPL, where he helped build a nationally recognized program. Kevin has presented all over the country on many topics including teen services, innovation, graphic novels, and programming. As a member of ALA, YALSA, PLA and the Michigan Library Association, Kevin has served on various committees and has luckily won a couple of awards. In his spare time Kevin obsesses over the Detroit Tigers, listens to music and does his best to be a kick ass dad to Abigail and Rachael.

2 responses to Help Us Find Lost Leaders!

  1. 

    On a sort of similar note.. I love reading Library Lost & Found, and I often wish I could respond at length to posts with my own questions, and then I think “It would be so cool if they did an advice column!” Just an idea. 🙂

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