Parnell reappoints two Juneau residents to state positions

Posted: Friday, March 26, 2010

JUNEAU - Two Juneau residents have been reappointed to state positions by Gov. Sean Parnell.

Barbara M. Kreher of Douglas has been reappointed to the Advisory Council on Libraries. Kreher has been a librarian in Juneau public elementary and high schools since 1996. She previously worked as a social studies assistant for the state's education department, and as a library assistant to the state Department of Fish and Game. She was nominated by the Alaska Library Association, and appointed to a seat representing school librarians.

Zachary Jones has been reappointed to the State Historical Records Advisory Board. Jones is an archivist for the Special Collections Research Center at the Sealaska Heritage Institute, and an adjunct instructor of history at the University of Alaska Southeast.

He previously worked in the Rare Books and Manuscripts department at the College of William & Mary in Virginia. Jones was appointed to a seat representing a person involved in Native American record-keeping.

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