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June Marie Garcia

librarian

June Marie Garcia, American librarian. Recipient Productivity Innovator award, City of Phoenix, 1981.

Background

Garcia, June Marie was born on September 12, 1947 in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Roland Ernest and Marion Brill (Hummel) Traynor.

Education

Bachelor, Douglass College, 1969. Master of Library Science, Rutgers University, 1970.

Career

Reference library New Brunswick (New Jersey) Public Library., 1970-1972, Plainfield (New Jersey) Public Library., 1972-1975. Branch manager Phoenix Public Library., 1975-1980, extension services administrator, 1980-1993. Director San Antonio Public Library., 1993-1999.

Chief Executive Officer, CARL Corporation, Denver, 1999-2001. Vice president, chief ambassador TLC/CARL, 2001—2002. Managing partner Dubberly Garcia Associates, 2002—2008, E-Learn Libraries, Inc., Nashville and Denver, since 2004, June Garcia LLC, since 2008.

Membership

Member American Library Association (life, council 1986-1990, 93-2001, president Public Library. Association 1991-1992, new standards task force 1983-1987, goals, guidelines and standards committee 1986-1990, chairperson 1987-1990, resource allocation committee 1998-1999), Freedom to Read Foundation (board directors), Arizona State Library. Association (president 1984-1985, Library of the Year award 1986, President's award 1990), Public Library.

International Network (executive director), Beta Phi Museum.

Connections

Married Teodosio Garcia, July 17, 1928. Children: Gretchen, Adrian.