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Logan, Rochelle 1954–

Logan, Rochelle 1954–

PERSONAL: Born December 23, 1954, in San Francisco, CA; daughter of Vernon F. (a small-business owner) and Kathryn B. (a homemaker) Alley; married Thomas E. Logan (an airline pilot) June 19, 1977; children: Andrea, Kathryn. Education: Attended Humboldt State University, 1973–76; Texas Tech University, B.S. (business administration), 1978; University of Denver, M.L.I.S., 1999.

ADDRESSES: Home—9588 Cherryvale La., Highlands Ranch, CO 80126. Office—Douglas County Libraries, 100 S. Wilcox St. Castle Rock, CO 80103. E-mail[email protected]

CAREER: Colorado State University, Denver, associate director of library research service, 1999–2001; Douglas County Libraries, Castle Rock, CO, associate director, 2001–; writer. Institute of Museum and Library Services National Leadership Grant, member of advisory committee, 1999–2001; Library and Information Technology Association, member of education committee, 1999–2002; chair of Endeavor student writing award committee, 2001–02; Acquisition of Information Resources statewide task force, member, 2001–02; Colorado Council on Library Development, member of advocacy committee, 2001–03; Colorado Library Marketing Council, member, 2001–04; Colorado Library advisory board, member of strategic planning task force, 2004–05; Highlands Ranch Community Association, member of public issues committee, 2005–. Judge, Colorado Center for the Book Colorado Book Awards, 2004–05.

MEMBER: American Library Association, Public Library Association (chair of research and statistics committee, 1999–2003), Council of Library Administration and Management Association Affiliates (secretary, 2003–04), Colorado Association of Libraries (member of intellectual freedom committee, 1999–2004; chair of executive board of management and administration division, 2001–04).


(With Julie Halverstadt) 100 Most Popular Business Leaders for Young Adults: Biographical Sketches and Professional Paths, Libraries Unlimited (Greenwood Village, CO), 2002.



Booklist, November 1, 2002, "Business Trailblazers," p. 522.

Reference & Research Book News, August, 2002, review of 100 Most Popular Business Leaders for Young Adults, p. 75.

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