Office: Doheny Memorial Library, (DML) 101E
3550 Trousdale Parkway
University Park Campus
Los Angeles, California 90089-0182
Experience: Associate Dean, Public Services - USC Libraries (7/11 - Present)
Business Librarian - USC Libraries (3/04 - 6/11)
Reference Librarian, Lehman Brothers, Inc. (9/00 - 3/04)
Database Coordinator, Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. (1/95 - 9/00)
Biography: Ed holds a Master of Library and Information Science Degree from San Jose State University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree, in English, from California State University, Northridge. A Veteran of the US Army's 75th Ranger Regiment and graduate of the US Army Ranger School, Class 12-86, Ed brings over fifteen years of experience in the academic, corporate and entertainment industry sectors to his position of Associate Dean, Public Services in the USC Libraries. Prior to receiving his current administrative appointment, Ed worked as a Business Librarian in the Roy P. Crocker Business Library, serving the USC Marshall School of Business, USC Libraries and the USC Community.
On November 3, 2011, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa nominated Ed to the Board of Library Commissioners. Confirmed on November 30, 2011, by the Los Angeles City Council, Ed is a member of the five-person board that oversees the Los Angeles Public Library system, which serves the city through its historic Central Library and 72 branches. The board has, by City Charter authority, the power to make and enforce rules and regulations, control its own funds, design, construct and maintain library buildings, create necessary positions, and to authorize personnel and fix their duties. His term expires on June 30, 2014.
Prior to arriving at USC in 2004, Ed worked for Lehman Brothers, Inc., as the Los Angeles office Librarian supporting the financial institutions, mergers & acquisitions, industrials and private placement teams focusing mainly on researching companies, industries, markets and executives. Before his four-years at Lehman Brothers, Ed spent over five years working at the Motion Picture Association of America in the Classification and Ratings Department, ending his tenure in 2000 as the Internet Investigations Database Coordinator in the Worldwide Anti-Piracy office of the MPAA/MPA.
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