Ben Bunnell has an a MLS from the University of Michigan, as well as an MBA, and worked for two years as a business research librarian at a venture capital firm before ending up at Google on their Book Search project.
Chad F. Boeninger is the Reference & Instruction Technology Coordinator at Ohio University and the Business and Economics Bibliographer the university's Alden Library.
Chris Zammarelli works as a library assistant at The Brookings Institution, writes the "biblioblog" Libraryola, the Banned Bookslut column for Bookslut, is a co-webmaster of Library Underground, and webmaster for SLA's Government Information Division.
Daniel Lee is a Research Librarian at Navigator Ltd, a research-based strategy firm, and is President-Elect for the Toronto Chapter of the Special Libraries Association.
David Lee King is the Digital Branch & Services Manager at Topeka and Shawnee County Public Library in Topeka, he's written and spoken at conferences about websites, digital experience, working with techies and other technology-library related topics. H
Eric Lease Morgan blogs at Tech Essence, LITA and is the creator of the Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts. Still, he considers himself to be a librarian first, and a comupter person second.
The future of librarianship remains an interesting topic as modern technologies continue to evolve library studies.
Gene Ambaum is the co-creator of the library comic strip Unshelved.
Glorianna St. Clair just starting her ninth year as the Dean of Libraries at Carnegie Mellon University. Previously, she held administrative positions at Penn State University, Oregon State University, and Texas A&M University.
Helene Blowers is the mind behind Library Bytes, co-author of Weaving a Library Web: A guide to Developing Children's Websites, and currently is probably most well known for project Learning 2.0.
Jeff Barry, is a librarian, book designer and writer living in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Jenna Freedman coordinates reference services and Zine Librarian at Barnard Library and blogs at Lower East Side Librarian.
Jessamyn West blogs at Jessamyn.com, Librarian.net, Metafilter, and co-editor of Revolting Librarians Redux. She does public speaking on library technology topics as well as adult education and outreach for technology to her community's local libraries.
Karin Wittenborg has been the University Librarian for the University of Virginia since 1993, at which point her library was just beginning to archive digital collections. Her library is a partner in Google Book Search.
Laura Solomon currently is at the Cleveland Public Library as the Web Applications Supervisor, helping equip libraries with tech tools they need to serve virtual customers. She blogs at Library Geek Woes.
Loriene Roy is the president of the American Library Association. She is the Professor of the School of Information in the University of Texas at Austin, and together with her students runs a national reading club for Native American children.
Martín Harfagar is the founder of the TrasAñihué Community Library on the remote island of Añihué, in the south of Chile. The library's users are a handful of settlers who live with no electricity or running water.
Meredith Farkas is a recognizable name to anyone who reads Information Wants to be Free, Techsource, or her American Libraries technology column.
Michael Hart invented the eBook, and founded Project Gutenberg, one of the world's largest online collection of free eBooks whose copyright has expired in the USA Book listings.
Michael Stephens is Assistant Professor at Dominican University's Graduate School of Library and Information Science, and is author of Web 2.0 & Libraries: Best Practices for Social Software. He blogs at Tame the Web.
Nicole Engard is a Metadata Librarian at Princeton Theological Seminary and the mind behind What I Learned Today, a blog in which she shares her tips and tricks with others.
Paul Pival is the Distance Education Librarian at the University of Calgary and he blogs at Distant Librarian.
Phil Bradley blogs at the blog, Phil Bradley and is the author of How to Use Web 2.0 in your Library.
Raymond Barber studied School Administration and Library Management; he now works for H.W. Wilson and is a collections editor at Standard Catalogs.
Sarah Houghton-Jan is the Web Services Librarian for the 12-branch San Mateo County Library in Northern Cailfornia. She's the one behind Librarian In Black, a blog about technology and training in libraries.
Steven Bell started the Blended Librarians Online Learning Community, Designing Better Libraries, writes for the ACRLog and the column Pencils Never Crash and is the co-author of the Academic Librarianship by Design, now available at the ALA store.
T. Scott Plutchak is currently the director Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences at the University of Alabama and blogs about libraries and librarianship.
Tim Spalding is a graduate student in Greek and Latin at the University of Michigan and is the creator of LibraryThing, a social networking site for bibliophiles.