APRA-IN Spring Conference Presenter Spotlight: Leigh Anne Johnson

05/06/2016 10:01 AM | Stephanie Brouwer (Administrator)

Leigh Anne Johnson is currently an Indiana Division Librarian at the Indiana State Library.  Her specialization is Indiana Newspapers.  She is the curator of ISL’s historic newspapers and current subscriptions, as well as the microfilmed newspapers.  She has been in this role for almost 3 years.  Formerly, Leigh Anne was a librarian in the Genealogy Division at the State Library for 5 years. 

She received her Master of Library Science degree from Indiana University at Indianapolis in 2009.  She also holds another master’s degree in Violin Performance from Northern Arizona University, and majored in music at Butler University, where she received her undergraduate degree.  

Come hear Leigh Anne discuss "Resources Available to Researchers through the Indiana State Library" at 2pm during the APRA-IN Spring Conference at the University of Indianapolis on Tuesday, May 10. 


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