Colleen Boff

Dr. Colleen Boff has worked in academic libraries for twenty-three years and has held a wide range of library management and leadership positions for the past ten years, including program coordinator, department chair, associate dean, and head librarian of a specialized collection. In these capacities, she has contributed to or been at the forefront of leading change in her organization at the department level, library level, and university level. In addition to many conference presentations, she has published several peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, proceedings, and book reviews, which has earned her the rank of professor at her library at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. She recently earned her doctorate in educational leadership and policy studies. The title of her dissertation is “A Quantitative Study of Academic Library Administrators Using Bolman and Deal’s Leadership Orientation Framework.” Catherine Cardwell, coeditor of this monograph, also served on her dissertation committee.

Leading Change in Academic Libraries
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