THE FOLDA STAFF
President Alice L. Hagemeyer, MLS firstname.lastname@example.org
President and Founder of the Friends of Libraries for Deaf Action;
Merrie A. Davidson, MLS email@example.com
Psychology, Sociology, and Linguistics Librarian at the University of Florida, Gainesville, FL since 2004; Reference and Instructional Librarian at Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC between 2000 and 2003. Studied American Sign Language in 1979 and earned CSC (certificate) from the National Registry of Interpreters in 1983. In 1993, began graduate studies in Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester before entering library school in 1999.
Ricardo Lopez, MS Rilopi@aol.com
Program Analyst, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Inspector General. Past work experience include Adaptive Technology Assistant, McKeldin Library, U of MD; Federal Grants Officer, Puerto Rico Federal Affairs Administration, Washington, DC; Teacher at St. Rita’s School for the Deaf, Cincinnati, Ohio; Job Coach, Vocational Rehabilitation Center for the Deaf, Guaynabo, PR. BA in European History, University of Puerto Rico; MS in Educational Technology, Gallaudet University Currently pursuing a MLS degree at University of Maryland, College Park.
Joan Naturale, M.Ed, MLIS firstname.lastname@example.org
NTID Librarian liaison at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Wallace Memorial Library, National Technical Institute of the Deaf (NTID), Rochester, NY, since July 1999
Ronald Friedrich, MDiv email@example.com
Pastor of Christ Lutheran Church of the Deaf, Silver Spring, MD, (www.ChristDeaf.org); Chaplain at Gallaudet University (ocm.gallaudet.edu); Executive Director of the Lutheran Deaf Mission Society (www.DeafJesus.org). Previously served: Instructor for the Dallas Community College District Interpreter Training Program; President of North Central Texas Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf; Pastoral Advisor to the International Lutheran Deaf Association.
|Every year since 1979 when The
Red Notebook concept first began, many volunteers have been coordinating
appropriate informational materials for its subscribers. This year
we are grateful to the following for their work on the National Deaf History
Month Kit and other topics: Amy Bopp, president of the Library Friends
Section of the National Association of the Deaf (NAD); NAD Ad Hoc Committee
on National Deaf History Month (2004-2006)*; Chris Wixtrom of ASL Access,
and Deborah Gilson, editor
* Members are Alice L. Hagemeyer (Chair), Thomas Harrington, Joan Naturale, Abigail Noland, Gary E. Wait and Andy Lange (NAD Liaison)