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Scott Bonner

Director, Ferguson Municipal Public Library District, St. Louis, Missouri

presenter photoScott Bonner became the Director of Ferguson Municipal Public Library on July 1st, a month before Ferguson unrest began. He had been the Adult Services and Technology Librarian at Richmond Heights Memorial Library for 7 years. He received his MLIS in 2006. In a previous life, he worked 9 years in ground-level mental health with children and adolescents. He has 4 wonderful children, the youngest 10 months old, and enjoys tabletop roleplay games and other geekery.

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Leading in Times of Crisis: A Conversation with Ferguson Library Director Scott Bonner

Scott Bonner

Director, Ferguson Municipal Public Library District, St. Louis, Missouri

2/2/2015

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Room: MCP - W183c


The fatal shooting of Michael Brown on August 9, 2014, brought chaos to Ferguson, Mo., a city of about 21,000 near St. Louis. The ensuing protests divided residents and caused schools and city services to shut down -- but the library stayed open, providing a much-needed safe haven for the community. Join Scott Bonner, director of the Ferguson Municipal Public Library and its sole full-time librarian, as he shares his experiences, strategies and lessons learned.

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