Three years ago I when I started putting together a list of the Movers & Shakers with links to their blogs and Twitter accounts, it never occurred to me that one day I would be on that list. I am honored (and humbled) to be included with people I know, people I call friends and colleagues including Ned Potter, Courtney Young, Buffy Hamilton, Sue Polanka, Aaron Tay, Cindi Trainor, Anthony Molaro, Sarah Steiner and Gwyneth Jones! Plus so many great people I haven’t had the opportunity to work with yet!
I have to say thank you to my peeps! I have some fabulous friends and colleagues, and some amazing coworkers over the years , (I hesitate to name names for fear of forgetting someone) who have been encouraging, supportive, and pushed me when needed. Thank you to everyone who nominated me I appreciate that you think I’m worthy! *cue the music*
Twitter List of 2011 Movers & Shakers
Movers & Shakers 2011, The People Shaping the Future of Libraries, the article
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Congratulations to everyone!
- Joanna Axelrod @escolibrary; so-calconnection.blogspot.com
- Jason Casden
- Alison Circle @alisoncircle; blog.libraryjournal.com/bubbleroom
- Tracy Crawford
- Ryan Deschamps @ryandeschamps; otherlibrarian.wordpress.com
- Jim Duncan @duncanjcde; www.coloradolibraries.org
- Ellen Forsyth
- Nancy Fredericks
- Chad Haefele – @hiddenpeanuts; www.hiddenpeanuts.com
- Rogan Hambry
- Buffy Hamilton @buffyjhamilton; theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com
- Jamie Hammond @jaimebc; movablelibrary.wordpress.com
- Richard Hasenyager www.info-ric.com
- Heather Holmes @LaMedBoheme73
- Gwyneth Jones @gwynethjones; www.thedaringlibrarian.com
- Emily King @emilykingatunc
- Meg Knodl – Twitter
- Deb Noggle esmesbookshelf.blogspot.com
- Kim Leeder @kimll; IntheLibrarywiththeLeadPipe.org
- Rosalind K. Lett @RosLett
- Erin Meyer library.du.edu/penrosepen;library.du.edu/goodanswers
- Anthony Molaro @infoactivist; librariesandtransliteracy.wordpress.com; informationactivist.com
- Eli Neiburger @ulotrichous; ulo.tricho.us
- Bobbi Newman (me!)
- Angela Nolet
- Deb Noogle
- John Palfrey @jpalfrey; blogs.law.harvard.edu/palfrey
- Bill Pardue
- Jennifer Peterson @WebJunction; blog.webjunctionworks.org
- Sue Polanka @spolanka; No Shelf Required® www.libraries.wright.edu/noshelfrequired
- Ned Potter @theREALwikiman; thewikiman.org
- Rebecca Renard
- Joseph Sanchez www.thebookmyfriend.com
- Michael Santangelo @mpsanta
- John Schumacher @MrSchuReads; mrschureads.blogspot.com; twolibrariesonevoice.blogspot.com
- Bob Sisson
- Lauren Smith @walkyouhome; laurensmith.wordpress.com
- Paul Smith @redpunker; www.kclibrary.org/blogs
- Judy Sparzo
- Sarah Steiner
- Aaron Tay @aarontay; musingsaboutlibrarianship.blogspot.com
- Tina Thomas @epldotca
- Cindi Trainor @cindi; www.alatechsource.org/blogger/19; citegeist.com
- Jennifer Velasquez @210teenlibrary; 210teenlibrary.wordpress.com
- Diane Walden
- Aspen Walker @AspenWalker; SaveLibraries.org; myliberary.blogspot.com
- Donna Walker @donnarwalker
- John Watts @KimbelLibrary; kimbellibrary.blogspot.com
- Paula Webb
- Jennifer Wright @jenwpa
- Courtney Young @librarycourtney; librarycourtney.blogspot.com
22 thoughts on “I am Honored and Humbled to be Included in the 2011 Movers and Shakers.”
Honored & humbled to be included w/ @theREALwikiman @infoactivist @gwynethjones @librarycourtney @cindi & more! https://librarianbyday.net/2011/03/14/201…
@librarianbyday Love the list of movers and shakers. I learn from each of you every day! Thanks:-)
@frankisibberson Thank you! 🙂
@librarianbyday a global list would be really cool..I count global connections as being paramount in today’s online world.
Congratulations, Bobbi! I’m so happy for you.
Thank you Dani!
Thank you Lane!
@librarianbyday Yes, congrats. I thought you already were a mover. Happy to see your pic on the list.
@jokrausdu Thank you!
@librarianbyday Ah ha! thank you!
This honor is long overdue. You have the best blog in the library world.
Thank you so much Will. That is very kind of you.
Wow, including you I follow all of two of those people!
I’m curious to know how the list evolved from here to Library Journal.
I’m not sure what you mean? Library Journal publishes the movers & shakers list I just copied it with links to blogs and twitter.
@librarianbyday Congrats on being a mover & shaker! 🙂 honestly thought u were chosen before! Thx for links to others chosen for 2011!
@sunnielibrarian Thank you! 🙂
Than you Courtney!
Just brilliant, Bobbi! My “thank you” post contains an homage to you! (and that photoshpped pic!) …and thanks for your permission to totally swipe your awesome compiled list….you ARE a true Shaker & Mover!
The Daring Librarian