Associate Academic Librarian
Cecelia joined the UW-Barron County Library in January 2012. She earned her Master’s Degree in Library and Information Studies at UW Madison in 2010, and her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts at UW Eau Claire in 2005. A native of northern Wisconsin, she feels right at home in Rice Lake. Before she began working at UW-BC, Cecelia lived in southern China for a year working as a spoken English instructor. She has been working in public and academic libraries since 2005 and is extremely passionate about intellectual freedom and information literacy. As a librarian, working with students and helping them find information is the most rewarding part of her job. Some of Cecelia’s interests include international travel and culture, jewelry making, women’s studies, music, and outdoor activities like biking, hiking, canoeing/kayaking, and fishing.
Library Services Assistant
Linda joined the UW-Barron County Library in August 2000. She earned her Associate’s degree from UW-Barron County in May 2000. Linda was the first tech scholar at UW-Barron County. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Geography –Resource Management at UW Eau Claire in May 2005. Some of Linda’s interests include: photography, genealogy, women’s studies, music, painting/ ceramics, drawing and outdoor activities like hiking, canoeing, and fishing.
Angela joined UWBC in February 2016. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in eMarketing from Ashford University in 2014. Before joining UW-BC she has worked in the Rice Lake Area School District and the Rice Lake Public Library where she discovered and developed her love of working with students of all ages and helping them succeed in their academic career. Angela is an avid reader with an eclectic taste in genres- her favorite being patron recommended as it has broadened her reading beyond the historical fiction and biography genres she used to call favorite. Her other interests include hiking, discovering more about her ancestry through cooking/baking, discovering new apps and websites for productivity and learning, and spending time with her family.