Introducing our new Law Librarian
We would like to introduce our new Law Librarian, Brenda L. Williams. Brenda graduated from San Jose State University in 2018 with a Master's in Library and Information Science. She also holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Paralegal Studies from American Public University and an Associate of Applied Science in Paralegal Studies from Sinclair Community College.
During her studies at San Jose State University, Brenda volunteered with the Greene County Archives in Xenia and worked on several student projects. Her favorite project was working as a member of an extended research team of students on the International Directory of International Archives alongside co-editors, Dr. Patricia Franks and Dr. Anthony Bernier. This book is slated for publication by Rowman and Littlefield in 2018, and will serve as a single source of information on 198 National Archives around the world. In her professional life, Brenda has worked as a legal secretary and paralegal for over 16 years, where she assisted counsel in the areas of estate planning, estate administration, and litigation. In her personal life, Brenda is an advocate for education and local history. She has served on the parental advisory board for Preschool Promise in Dayton. She has been actively engaged with the local history community in her hometown of Port Huron, Michigan for many years. She is a volunteer for the Port Huron Area History & Preservation Association, a local history blogger, and she is currently conducting research for a biographical book on former Michigan Congressman, Henry G. McMorran.
Brenda Williams, Law Librarian: WilliamsB@mcohio.org
Linda Borgert, Reader Services Assistant: BorgertL@mcohio.org
Maria Miles, Technical Services Clerk: MilesM@mcohio.org
Marsha Ivy, Acquisitions & Catalog Clerk: IvyM@mcohio.org
Susan Couch, Reference Librarian: CouchS@mcohio.org