Friday Favorites: Chrystie Hill
We’ve invited our past TEDxColumbus speakers and other friends to give us their top five favorite talks to in turn, share with you, for our Friday Favorites blog series.
This week, Chrystie Hill (full bio below) TEDxColumbus 2009 speaker shares her favorite talks.
1. Will Hewett: Singing yourself Alive
2. Sheryl Sandberg: Why we have too few women leaders
3. William Kamkwamba: How I harnessed the wind
4. Larry Lessig: Laws that choke creativity
5. Lisa Kristine: Photos that bear witness to modern slavery
Chrystie Hill is a librarian, writer, and community builder. After a short stint at the Seattle Public Library, she started It Girl Consulting, a small venture that helps libraries use online tools to build communities online. In 2003, Chrystie joined OCLC where she serves as the Director of Community Services for WebJunction. Chrystie is a frequent presenter at library meetings and conferences, and her articles have appeared in JASIST, Library Journal, American Libraries, and RUSQ. In 2007, Chrystie was nominated as a Library Journal Mover and Shaker and Inside, Outside, and Online: building your library community was published by ALA Editions in 2009. Chrystie’s undergraduate degree is in Biology and Psychology, she holds a Master of Arts in History from Sarah Lawrence College, and her MLIS is from the University of Washington, Seattle. Chrystie was a 2009 TEDxColumbus speaker.