Derek Stadler is a Professor at LaGuardia Community College, serving as the Library’s Web Services Librarian and Head of Media Services. His library research has been published in Journal of Library Administration, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy, and Computers in Libraries. Derek is also an avid history researcher, with a focus on both New York City and Long Island and has published in Long Island History Journal and New York History.
Professor Elizabeth Jardine serves as the Metadata Librarian at LaGuardia Community College. She founded the college’s ongoing MoneyBoss series of personal finance workshops for students.
Joyce Scott has been an educator in the public school system for over three decades. Joyce has spent the better part of her career as a library media specialist in which she served students from kindergarten through 12th grade in New York City and on Long Island. She was the lead business teacher at the high school level for five years. Prior to becoming an educator, she worked in the book industry. Joyce has an associate degree in business administration from Beckley College, and a BS in Marketing from Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus. Joyce obtained her MLS from Long Island University, CW Post Campus where she is currently a Doctoral Candidate pursuing a PhD in Information Science. In her spare time, she is a member of several community service organizations: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., National Coalition of 100 Black Women, and Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc.
M. Anne O’Reilly
M. Anne O’Reilly is an Associate Professor and Electronic Resources Librarian. She currently co-leads the MoneyBoss financial literacy workshops.