Library Services Specialist, Loudoun County, VA
Elissa Moritz is an educator and librarian with over 27 years of experience in elementary and middle school classrooms and libraries. She went to Loudoun County after teaching in Maryland, Hawaii and Colorado.
In her current position as Media Services Specialist, she uses her knowledge to help librarians lead innovative library programs. She uses her expertise to help implement the instructional initiative One to the World, and is the project manager of Loudoun County Public Schools’ Learning Object Repository and Digital Curriculum Presenter (a place where students and teachers consume and produce multimedia to create content-specific materials).
Elissa has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from The University of Alabama, a master’s degree in Information and Learning Technologies from The University of Colorado at Denver, and a post-masters endorsement in Educational Leadership and Administration from George Washington University. In 2015, she has been invited to attend the American Library Association’s Leadership Institute, an invitation-only event for top Librarians from around the nation.