Where the Passion Begins
Social Work, Psychology, and Education Librarian
Hired in October 2017 as a temporary Health & Life Sciences Librarian, Greta transitioned to interim Social Work, Psychology, and Education Librarian. Prior to joining USG, she was a Research Librarian at the International Monetary Fund (Joint World Bank/IMF Library), Barents Group/KPMG, American Association of University Women, Georgetown University/Institute for Reproductive Health, and Columbia Hospital for Women (Reproductive Toxicology).
Data Services Librarian
Hired in May 2018 as Data Services Librarian and subject liaison to academic programs in business, engineering, and technology-related disciplines. Before joining USG, Amy worked in libraries at the National Institute for Standards and Technology, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and the University of Washington.
Coordinator of Access Services & Acquisitions
Hired in July 2018 as Coordinator for Access Services and Acquisitions. He has worked in both large and small academic libraries for more than fifteen years, and prior to joining USG he was both a Reference Associate and the Circulation Manager at Towson University's Albert S. Cook Library.
Library Services Specialist
Hired in November 2018 as Library Services Specialist. He is an alumni of UMBC at Shady Grove where he studied social work and psychology. He is currently studying library and information science at the University of Maryland.
CHUKWUDI TADIMMA (C.T.) UNONU
Visual Communication and Outreach Librarian
Hired in January 2019 as Visual Communication and Outreach Librarian. Before joining the library, he worked in K-12 Education as a classroom teacher and instructional leader/education manager in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area and Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
Assistant Director and Health & Life Sciences Librarian
Was the recipient of 2019 Outstanding Service to Students Kendall Service Award. Students, faculty and colleagues recognize her professionalism, dedication and commitment to student and faculty success.
GOOD LUCK ON YOUR NEW LIFE ADVENTURE
Some retired, others looked for new horizons, but they are still part of the Priddy library family. We have only words of thanks to all of them. They are all missed, and all are still in touch with us!
In December 2017 Toni retired from the Priddy Library. She had worked for 40 years as a School Library Media Specialist with Montgomery County Public Schools before jointing USG in 2009 as a Library Technician; later reclassified as Librarian I (2013). Retirement from Montgomery Country Public Schools didn’t stop Toni, and neither will retiring from USG! She continues to be an active member of the American Library Association and the King Farm residential community (which luckily for us is nearby, so she visits us from time to time!).
In February 2018 Madhu retired from the Priddy Library. During her 15 years at USG she grew from a Library Technician to being the Coordinator for Circulation and Reserves. In addition she took classes with University of Maryland and received a Master’s degree in Library Science. She looks forward to travel, spend more time with family and friends, and enjoy life!
After working for more than four years, first as a Library Technician and after graduating with his MLIS, re-classified as a Librarian I, Nickolas left us in July 2018 to pursue his dream to be back in his home state of Washington. He was instrumental in bringing new technology to the library for students and faculty to explore new possibilities. His energy and enthusiasm are endless!
Hired as a Library Services Specialist in August 2016, she pursued her MLIS degree at University of Maryland, College Park, which she finished in 2019. Emily accepted the position as Circulation Supervisor at McKeldin Library, College Park leaving us in August 2018. Emily consistently provided quality customer service and assistance to USG patrons; and always with a smile!
Our first public history intern, Leah joined the library staff in 2015. She continued as a graduate assistant from 2017 until leaving in June 2019. During that period, she was able to complete her studies and earned an MLIS. Always ready to take on new challenges, Priddy Library benefited from her enthusiasm and dedication; new and great opportunities are on the horizon for her!