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The Ohio Educational Library Media Association is Ohio's preeminent professional association for highly effective school librarians and libraries. 

The mission of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association is to meet the needs of Ohio’s learners as we advocate for and provide professional development to school librarians.

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Angela Maxwell

Angela is a teacher librarian for the Beachwood City School District in Northeast Ohio. She is the Northeast Regional Director for OELMA. Current professional interests include free professional development, integrating the Common Core into the library, building information literacy skills through collaborative research projects, and educational technologies.

Trent Roberts

Trent Roberts has been the district librarian for the Circleville City School District for the past 3 years and a member of OELMA since 2008. He is currently serving as one of the South Region Directors on the OELMA board committee. In his spare time Trent likes to play soccer, hang out with family and friends, fiddle with technology, and read YA literature.

Emily Rozmus

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Krista Taracuk


Krista Taracuk has served as President of OELMA, has retired from the Worthington City School District, and is currently serving a 5 year term as a member of the State Library of Ohio Board.

Michelle Lombardi

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