Teresa Ronning Joins NYSHEI Board

Teresa Ronning, Head Librarian at Adirondack Community College, has joined the Governing Board of NYSHEI. Ms. Ronning was named to the Board by the SUNY Council of Library Directors to fill the position made vacant when NYSHEI Co-Convener Carey Hatch of SUNY Central Administration became an ex officio board member pursuant to a bylaws change adopted at the 2008 Annual Meeting.

Ms. Ronning began her career as a public reference librarian in Utica, New York. From 1982-1987 she was a Supreme Court Law Librarian in the NYS Office of Court Administration in Westchester County. She attended Pace Law School evenings to obtain her J.D. in 1988. Ronning practiced law in Warren County, New York from 1989-1995. In 1995, she returned to librarianship starting at Adirondack Community College as Systems Librarian. Since 1997 Ms. Ronning has been the Head Librarian at ACC. She recently received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Professional Service.

Ronning served as Program Chair of the Eastern New York Association of College and Research Libraries and then President of ENYACRL in 1999. She also served on the SUNY Council of Library Directors Executive Committee and was President of SCLD in 2002.

Ms. Ronning holds a B.A. in sociology and M.L.S. from Syracuse University as well as a J.D. from Pace University. She lives in Bolton Landing, New York, and has two children attending college. She spends her spare time enjoying Lake George and the Adirondack mountains.


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