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Pete Bromberg: More Than Meets The Eye!

I am honored to be the one to announce on behalf of the entire Library Garden crew that our own Pete Bromberg has been chosen as one of Library Journal’s Movers and Shakers for 2008!

We are so proud and happy to congratulate Pete on his wonderful and well-deserved designation as “Transformer” for the library community!

In his role as a Transformer, Pete has spearheaded many projects for the South Jersey Regional Library Cooperative while delivering “state-of-the-art” trainings and programs. He is also a fearless leader here at the Garden and never fails to inspire us, whether with his posts or in our conversations.

Pete is in excellent company as a Mover and Shaker, as you can see from the list compiled here. Personally, I want to congratulate Pete and thank him – in many ways I would not be where I am today if not for him. We are all so pleased for him to receive national recognition for all he has contributed to librarianship here in the Garden State and across the country. Never one to toot his own horn, Pete is truly a self-less person “hard-wired with a built-in desire to help,” and it’s lucky for all of us that he is!

Cheers, Pete! You truly RAWK!

Don’t reprimand me too harshly for doing this! ;-) You deserve to be celebrated by all! :-)


March 17, 2008 at 12:10 am 11 comments


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