MIDDLETOWN, NJ – Susan O’Neal, of Middletown, has been elected Vice President, President-Elect of the New Jersey Library Association. Her term of office as President will begin in July 2011. O’Neal has been the Director of the Middletown Township Public Library for the past ten years, and has worked in a variety of libraries in North Carolina, New York and New Jersey before coming to Middletown in 2000.
Established in 1890, the NJLA is the oldest and largest library organization in New Jersey. NJLA advocates for the advancement of library services for the residents of New Jersey, provides continuing education and networking opportunities for librarians, and supports the principles of intellectual freedom and promotes access to library materials for all.
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