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Liz Gray is the Library Director at Dana Hall School, an independent school for 500 girls (Grades 6-12) in Wellesley, MA. Previously, she directed the libraries at Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall School in Waltham, MA and St. Stephen's School in Rome, Italy, and (in her previous life as an English teacher) taught at The American School in Switzerland and TASIS England. She also has experience working in a large public library, a small academic art library, and in a bookstore chain's warehouse.

Liz has a bachelor's degree in English from Reed College, a master's in English Education form Tufts University, and a master's in library and information science from Simmons College.

In her spare time, Liz consults on library space planning, and has taught "Planning Libraries for the 21st Century" and "Good Ideas: Successful Library Programming and Instruction" at the Taft Education Center in Watertown, CT. She is also compiling a bibliography of women's memoirs, and writing her own memoir.

Her professional interests include:

Dana Hall School website: http://www.danahall.org
Helen Temple Cooke Library: http://mydana.danahall.org/depts/library/


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