Terri Grief is an award-winning school librarian and a frequent presenter at library conferences. She traveled the United States as president of the American Association of School Librarians and has presented extensively for AASL. Terri was a secondary school librarian for 28 years and is considered a trusted expert in the best new young adult literature and strategies to motivate and reach teen readers.
Terri is currently the program coordinator of the Library Media Education program at Murray State University and presents “What’s New in Young Adult Literature” for the Bureau of Education and Research. She is a recipient of the Outstanding School Librarian Award, the Baby Hardy Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from her state’s library association.