Danziger has served on the OLC Board since January 2006 and was vice-president/president elect in 2007. She has served the OLC in numerous other capacities including but not limited to co-chair of the OLC Futures Initiative Technology Task Force and coordinator of the OLC’s Northwest Chapter.
During her tenure as Deputy Director of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library Danziger has worked tirelessly as an advocate for public libraries and librarianship. Her efforts at the library and her involvement in statewide initiatives earned her the OLC’s Librarian of the Year award in 2005, which recognizes librarians who exhibit distinguished service to the profession for active and innovative leadership within the community and across the state.
Danziger was hired as Deputy Director of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library in 1985 and also served as the Library system’s business department manager and cataloger. She received her Master of Library Science from the University of Illinois as well as a bachelor’s degree in music education from the College of Wooster and a bachelor’s degree in music from Bowling Green State University.
Locally, Danziger is a member of the Toledo Symphony League and the Toledo Area Chamber of Commerce’s Governmental Affairs Committee. Danziger’s other professional affiliations include the American Library Association, the Public Library Association (PLA), and the Library Administration and Management Association. She served on several PLA committees including, Legislation, Technology in Public Libraries, and Services to Multicultural Populations.
Danziger resides in Sylvania with her husband Ed. The couple has two grown children and one granddaughter.