M.E. Grosdidier named KLTA president

By , 08/21/2012

M.E. Grosdidier of Eudora has accepted the Presidency of the Kansas Library Trustee Association. KLTA is the largest section of the Kansas Library Association, and has represented library trustees, friends and citizen supporters since 1999.

M.E. is a retired School Library Media Specialist. She worked in the Olathe School District for 27 years as a teaching librarian.

She currently serves on the Northeast Kansas Library System’s Executive Board, and was Secretary in 2011. She is a past President of the Eudora Public
Library Board.

M.E. has attended national library conferences with recruiting, strategic planing and library advocacy as a focus. She traveled with Kansas librarians to Colorado in 2010 and to Texas in 2011 for the Association of Small and Rural Libraries (ARSL) Conferences.

She and her husband live on a farm south of Eudora.

M.E. is looking forward to the Kansas Library Conference, October 9-11, 2013, in Topeka.

She encourages interested Library Trustees to become active in KLTA’s leadership. M.E. can be contacted at megrosdidier@gmail.com

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