Ocean County Library appoints 2 new branch managers

The Ocean County Library Commission filled two branch manager positions Wednesday by appointing Erin DeLucia and Pamela Dong during November’s commission meeting Tuesday Nov. 19.

Erin DeLucia, who received her master’s degree in Library Science from Clarion University, Pennsylvania, will lead the Waretown branch.

She began her Ocean County Library career in October 2009 as a Teen Services Librarian at the Lakewood branch and created the “Prom Dress Giveaway” project, “Teen Success Camp,” and the “Man to Man: Face to Face” series of programs.

She held the same position at the Jackson branch and cultivated the teen volunteer program, provided outreach to both of Jackson’s middle schools and both high schools.

She also instituted a College Night program, bringing local colleges to the library to talk with teens and their parents about what their schools offer.

Pamela Dong earned her master’s degree in Library Science from C. W. Post, New York, and began her professional career at Queens Public Library. She then worked in four colleges or universities including Ramapo College as an Electronic Services Librarian; Georgian Court University as the Information Technology Librarian; Ocean County College as Technical Services Librarian; and Florida Gulf Coast University as the head of customer services.

Dong will manage the Jackson branch.


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