Hub Advisors

HUB ADVISORS

  • Corey Farrenkopf - Sturgis Library, Barnstable, MA
    • Email, 508-362-6636 
    • Advisor for: Getting Hubs Started. Program Planning. Community Involvement. Grants. All topics for Hub levels 1 and 2.
    • Additional topics: Providing air condition for the public during heat waves, Providing heating for the public during cold snaps
  • Virginia Johnson - John Curtis Free Library, Hanover, MA
    • Email, 781-826-2972 x6
    • Advisor for: South Shore of Massachusetts
    • Additional topics: Coordinating with local emergency managers, Providing air condition for the public during heat waves, Providing heating for the public during cold snaps
  • Matt Hershberger - Red Bank Public Library, Red Bank, NJ
    • Email
    • Advisor for: New Jersey and Level 2 Hub Program
    • Additional topics: Maintaining a list of local emergency resources, Providing air condition for the public during heat waves, Providing heating for the public during cold snaps, Providing electricity / phone charging from a generator, microgrid, solar power, or other means during power outages
  • Julia Kress - Fondren Library, Rice University, Houston, TX
    • Email, 713-348-8711
    • Advisor for: Becoming a Hub, hosting events, preparing your organization for emergencies
    • Additional topics: Maintaining a list of local emergency resources
  • LeRoy - New Ulm Public Library, New Ulm, MN
    • Contact CREW for email
    • Advisor for: Midwest Region, Emergency Preparedness Programming, Collaborating with Emergency Managers
    • Additional topics: Coordinating with local emergency managers, Maintaining a list of local emergency resources, Providing air condition for the public during heat waves, Maintaining a stocked, updated emergency medical kit
  • Margaret Woodruff - Charlotte Library, Charlotte, VT
    • Email, 802-425-3864
    • Advisor for: Northeast region, becoming a Hub, how to host programs at smaller, rural libraries.