Photograph of Lori Clark-EricksonLori Clark-Erickson first worked in the Teton County school system as a library paraprofessional. Upon completion of coursework for endorsement in School Library Media and an an M.A. degree, she became the Teacher Librarian at the Jackson Hole High School in Wyoming. She also oversees all district libraries in the Teton County School District and has worked at the TCSD#1 for 9 years. Lori also has experience as the Young Adult Coordinator for the Teton County Library.

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Lori completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Northern Colorado earning a B.A . degree in MIddle School Education - French and English. She completed coursework at Montana State University to earn an endorsement in School Library Media. Her M.A. in School Library Media was completed at the University of Nebraska Omaha / Chadron State College.

Lori is a member of the Wyoming Library Association (WLA) and at their 2009 fall conference, she made two presentations:

Lori also co-presented a session about the WY Library databases at the WLA 2010 Information Power Summer Institute. She is a graduate of the Wyoming Library Leadership Institute (2008), a current member of the Wyoming State Library Shared Purchases Committee, and the Language Arts Standards Committee for the Wyoming Department of Education.

She continues her professional development by attending and participating at other meetings and conferences: the upcoming AASL Conference (October 2011, Minneapolis), NCCE (March, 2011, Portland), the ISTE 2010 Conference (June 2010, Denver) and served as a reviewer of workshop proposals, Building Learning Communities Conference (Boston), McRel Training with Elizabeth Hubbell, and more.

In her free time, Lori likes road and mountain biking, alpine and nordic skiing, climbing, gardening, and reading. See why Jackson Hole is great place for her to be . . .

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