Natalka Sawchuk is the Assistant Director of Libraries for Public Services and Systems at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York, where she coordinates research, instructional and IT Help Desk services. Natalka has a background in library renovations, space and technology planning. Previously, Natalka held positions at The College of ...
Natalka Sawchuk is the Assistant Director of Libraries for Public Services and Systems at Iona College in New Rochelle, New York, where she coordinates research, instructional and IT Help Desk services. Natalka has a background in library renovations, space and technology planning. Previously, Natalka held positions at The College of New Jersey and the University of Central Missouri. She holds an MLS degree from State University at Albany, an MS from Iona College, and a BA from Siena College.
Jyssica Scott is currently the Business Development Director at Special Counsel Information Governance (formerly TRAK Records & Library). Jyssica serves as the liaison between candidates and clients, as well as SCI IG’s Business Developer for new business. She has produced several Training and Procedural Guides for the firm, assists with training for new employees, and serves as the main contact for law firms and corporations looking for records and information management and library services employees for both temporary and permanent roles. She understands both what makes a candidate a good match for an open position, and what clients are looking for in a new employee, acting as a matchmaker. Jyssica studied Mass Communications and Anthropology at the University of Florida, graduating in 2007, and moved to New York in 2010.
Richard Hasenyager is the Executive Director of Library Services for the New York City Department of Education and the New York City School Library System. In addition to being a library administrator, he has been classroom teacher, school librarian, adjunct faculty for the University of North Texas and Lone Star College. Dr. Hasenyager earned his Ph.D. in Information Science from the University of North Texas, a Masters in Library Science from Sam Houston State University, and a Bachelor’s of Science in Education from The Ohio State University.
Kathy Degyansky is currently the Assistant Library Director of the White Plains Public Library. From 2002-2010, Kathy was the Assistant Director of Programs and Services at the Queens Library. In these positions, she participated in hiring panels for dozens of librarians including children’s librarians, young adult librarians, and age level coordinator positions. She is an adjunct lecturer in the Graduate Library and Information Science program at St. John’s University. She lives in Queens with her husband and naughty cat, Sassy.