Angela Hursh leads an outstanding team of marketing and training professionals at NoveList, a company dedicated to helping libraries reach readers. A 2023 Library Journal Mover & Shaker, she has also created courses on LearnwithNoveList.com designed to help library staff learn how to create effective marketing. She is the author of the blog SuperLibraryMarketing.com and host of the YouTube series The Library Marketing Show. Before her job at NoveList, Angela led the content marketing team for the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. She also has more than 20 years of experience as an Emmy-award-winning broadcast TV journalist.
Ray Lockman (they/them) has worked in academic and public libraries in their 10+ year career, most recently at the Minneapolis Central branch of Hennepin County Library (MN). They are a consultant, coach, and trainer, teach on the graduate and continuing education level at UW-Madison's iSchool, and sit on the Minnesota Library Foundation board.
Kris Turner began working at the Law School Library in January 2012 as a Circulation Assistant and Daytime Supervisor, and also worked as the Reference and Technology Services Librarian and the Head of Reference before becoming the Associate Director of Public Services. Kris is responsible for managing the reference and circulation departments and enhancing the legal research services that the library offers or may offer in the future. Kris also works with emerging technology and with faculty in preserving their scholarship in the UW Law School Digital Repository. Kris also teaches Law Practice Technologies, a course focused on the use of tech in law firm offices.
Previously, Kris worked at Madison Public Library for three and a half years, and at the Forest Products Laboratory Library, located on UW-Madison's campus. He also worked in a busy bankruptcy and personal injury law firm in downtown Chicago and as a teacher in Evanston, Illinois and Novi, Michigan.
In his free time, Kris enjoys traveling, trivia, reading all kinds of books, and going to concerts.