Janet Ingraham Dwyer Joins Cbus Libraries’ Board


Bryan Loar, Co-Founder
Cbus Libraries
bryan [at] cbuslibraries.com

Andrea Dixon, Co-Founder
Cbus Libraries
dixon [at] cbuslibraries.com

COLUMBUS, Ohio, November 3, 2017—Cbus Libraries, a grassroots initiative to champion libraries and the love of reading, is excited to welcome Janet Ingraham Dwyer as its newest board member.

Janet Ingraham Dwyer is celebrating eight years as State Library of Ohio’s Youth Services Library Consultant. With a focus on children and teens, Janet supports librarians and staff in Ohio public and school libraries. She manages Ohio’s participation in the nationwide Collaborative Summer Library Program, and she collaborates with the Ohio Library Council on Ohio Ready to Read, a statewide resource network to facilitate early literacy activities in libraries.

Additionally, Janet coordinates Choose to Read Ohio, a statewide initiative that promotes Ohio authors and books. The initiative encourages people of all ages to read, explore, and enjoy books together. She is devoted to collaboration across libraries, schools, literacy organizations, social service agencies, and other groups and individuals to support Ohio’s youth and families.

Janet previously worked at Worthington Libraries, most recently as its first Outreach Services and Volunteer Coordinator.

“Janet’s leadership in library initiatives and strong connections throughout the state make her a great addition to the board,” noted Cbus Libraries Co-Founder Bryan Loar.

Cbus Libraries enthusiastically welcomes Janet and is ready to continue to build engaging, community-based projects.

About Cbus Libraries
Cbus Libraries’ mission is to champion Central Ohio libraries, library professionals and the love of reading.  Co-founded by two librarians, Andrea Dixon and Bryan Loar, Cbus Libraries reaches more than 6,000 online followers worldwide and features a Central Ohio library every month. In 2017, Cbus Libraries incorporated as a nonprofit and is currently working to obtain 501(c)(3) status. Learn more at www.cbuslibraries.com.