OnDemand Webinar
Connecting the Community with Library Programs
Join us as we learn how the K.O. Lee Aberdeen Public Library connects directly with their community to help organize programming efforts.

Are you looking for new ways to better connect with your community? By partnering with local businesses and organizations, Cara Romeo has found new and innovative ways to do just that. Through a combination of efforts, community engagement is up and their library is able to gather donations and gain support via local programming.

Join as Cara shares with us how she engaged with her local businesses and organizations and see what you can apply in your library and community to have the same success.

Cara Romeo has been working at the K.O. Lee Aberdeen Public Library (formerly Alexander Mitchell Public Library) for almost 20 years. Starting out as a reference assistant during college, she moved on to a full time position at the circulation desk and a year later was promoted to Community Services Librarian. After 11 years she was also promoted to Assistant Library Director. This title and duties were added to my Community Services Librarian position. I have a BA in History Research & Writing from Northern State University, obtained my MLIS from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.
Cara Romeo
Assistant Library Director &
Community Services Librarian