Who We Are
Daniel T. Wilson, Coordinator
Dan (email@example.com) is the Associate Director for Collections & Library Services at the University of Virginia Health Sciences Library.He is also the Coordinator for the National Network/Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM) National Emergency Preparedness & Response plan.In this role, he oversees the development of the national plan, works with staff and state coordinators in the eight regions of the NN/LM on preparedness and response procedures, and provides training in service continuity planning for libraries. Dan was born in Lewistown, Pennsylvania. At the age of 4, his family moved to Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania, where his father (an artist) began a long teaching career in the Art Department at Bloomsburg State College (now Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania).
Dan earned a B.A. in History at Bloomsburg State College in 1981 and then a Master of Library Sciences at the State University of New York (SUNY) Geneseo in 1982. Before joining the staff at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library in 1991, Dan worked at Dutchess Community College (Poughkeepsie, New York) and SUNY Canton.
Susan Yowell, Project Assistant
Susan (firstname.lastname@example.org) is the project assistant for the NN/LM National Emergency Preparedness Initiative, and is the Historical Collections specialist at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library at the University of Virginia. She also maintains the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library Emergency Preparedness & Response Plan. For NN/LM’s Emergency Preparedness & Response Initiative, Susan helps to maintain the online Toolkit, designs promotional materials for the project, and documents and reports on meetings and training sessions.
Susan is a native Virginian, whose B.A. is in Studio Art from the University of Richmond, and she is currently a graduate student in the Information Sciences Master’s degree program at the University of Tennessee/Knoxville as a distance education student.
Dan Wilson took the banner photograph at the Willowdell Arch in Central Park, New York City, in February 2008. This photograph is used to represent the mission of the NN/LM Emergency Preparedness & Response Initiative. The umbrella represents preparedness, and the statue in the upper right portion is of Balto, representing response, the dog that in 1925 led a sled team into Nome, Alaska, with serum to treat a diphtheria epidemic.