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Leticia, surfing and smiling


Meet Leticia Braga, our customer service guru from overseas.  On any given day, you might hear her chatting in Portuguese with customers at the Check Out Desk.  Cheerful and curious, she brings out the best in her Lending Service co-workers.
Q: How long have you worked at the Princeton Public Library?

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Get to know Sonja


Meet Sonja Vloeberghs, the inexhaustibly positive and fun-loving manager of the Lending Services Department. Hailing from Hoboken, Belgium (a town made famous by the children’s story “A Dog of Flanders”), she’s ready at a moment’s notice to help patrons and employees alike.
Q: You’ve had many responsibilities at the library. What was your first job here?

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Our very own Urvashi


Meet Urvashi Dave, a welcome presence at the Check Out Desk and an organizational diva behind the scenes. Here’s what Urvashi has to share:
Q: How long have you worked at the Princeton Public Library?
A: Since September 2008.
Q: What do you like best about working in Lending Services?
A: I love working with people and I love books and reading. At PPL and especially in Lending Services we have a good team.


More about Barb


Barbara Ackerman, a long-time employee of the Lending Services Department, is well known for her book recommendations, her caring ways, and her song writing skills. But how many people know that Barbara is also a published author? Perhaps I was the last to learn this about her. Here is the second part of a two-part interview with Barbara.
Q: Can you tell us how your book, “Ask Angela,” came about?


Get to know us: Barb Ackerman


Meet Barbara Ackerman, whose keen sense of humor and charismatic demeanor work wonders at the Check Out Desk. With countless friends, a contagious laugh, and a wealth of wit, she makes coming to the library – and working at the library – downright fun. Here's what she has to say in the first part of a two-part interview.
Q: How long have you worked at the Princeton Public Library?

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