Librarian, Georgia Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled
An avid and eclectic reader since the age of four, Sarah Trowbridge worked for theatres, newspapers, and nonprofits before finally finding her calling as a librarian. In the course of nearly 16 years at the Fayette County Public Library in Fayetteville, Georgia, she learned that the best parts of library work involve helping people make meaningful connections with stories, with information, and with one another. Some of her favorite projects during those years were the two monthly book discussion groups she facilitated, and the annual One Book, One Community celebration that she built from scratch. Having left front-line public library work behind for a new role as an outreach librarian for the Georgia Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (GLS), Sarah is thrilled to be getting back into the book club game with the Georgia Writers Museum, and looking forward to spending some quality time with the Hall of Fame honorees and their readers.