The following team is available to serve you and meet your needs at the LWTech library (T215). If we are unable to get you the help you need, we will find those at the college who can! Please contact the library team by phone at (425) 739-8100, using the extensions listed below.
Greg received his MLIS in 2013, and traveled across the country and around the globe before finding his place as a faculty librarian and library coordinator at LWTech. Prior to LWTech, he supported libraries at North Seattle College, Open Development Cambodia, and the Wildlife Conservation Society.
Greg is a strong advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion, and strives to support minoritized groups and respond to historic, systemic marginalization and oppression. He believes the 21st century college library is not only a space for teaching and learning, but a center for the academic and public communities. Greg is always looking for ways to transform and innovate the LWTech Library Learning Commons, so please do not be shy in sharing your ideas with him.
In addition to his librarian role at the college, Greg serves on the Executive Board of the Lake Washington Federation of Teachers (AFT 3533). He is also the member at large for College Librarians Across Washington State (CLAWS), a section of the Academic Libraries Division of the Washington Library Association. He is the current chair-elect for the Library Leadership Council, underneath the Instruction Commission of Washington's State Board of Community and Technical Colleges.
In addition to his love for librarianship and library technologies, Greg enjoys exploring local and exotic wildernesses, writing, editing, and publishing poetic writing, and hosting arts events. You can see what he's reading on Goodreads.
Stirling is the newest Library Technician at the Library Learning Commons, having worked previously at public and school libraries in the Pacific Northwest. They will receive their MLIS from San Jose State University in December 2021, and are passionate about making libraries fully accessible and responsive to marginalized voices. Please contact them if you have any thoughts on how to make our space more accessible or inclusive. Outside of the library, Stirling has been known to knit, play tabletop RPGs with their friends, and read a wide variety of modern science fiction, fantasy, horror, and romance.
Katherine has worked in a variety of library settings from a county bookmobile to an art museum library. In all of these settings she enjoyed working with people and helping them access the information they needed. She earned master's degrees in Library and Information Studies and Art History from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2013 and comes to LWTech most recently from New Mexico.
Katherine is partially funded by a National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education Grant to convert welding and electronics courses to Open Educational Resources (OER). Please contact her if you are interested in learning about OER and open pedagogy, finding openly licensed materials for your courses, or connecting with others who are doing this work. You can also find out more about Open Education at LWTech on our OER webpage.
Hi, I'm Cassandra and I’m one of the Library Technicians here at the LWTech Library Learning Commons. After a long and varied career, I earned an A.A. from Bellevue College in 2003 (where I worked in the library from 2001-2006) and a BA in History from the University of Washington in 2005. I joined the LWTech Library team in 2011. In addition to history, I also have an extensive knowledge of comics, sorry, graphic novels, as well as being an avid reader of science fiction and fantasy (especially older stuff). I’m also an expert on all things Doctor Who, if that interests anyone. If you need any information about these subjects, or if you just want to chat about the kings of England, comic books, SF or who my favorite Doctor is, come on by.
Sue has been a librarian at LWTech since 2018, after working with several other community college libraries in the area. She is a strong advocate for equity, diversity and inclusion, and is always looking to see where this can be applied in the library and community.
When not at the library Sue loves to spend time in movement and in nature, including hiking, biking, cross country skiing and with fall color. She also loves visual art, music and dance.
Please share ideas with her for making the library a place of learning and enjoyment.
(425) 739-8100 x8320
Mon-Fri, 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Mon-Thurs, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday, Closed to the public