Mark D. Puterbaugh has joined the Client Services Team at Unlimited Priorities LLC® as Library Consultant. He will create and present webinars covering products of companies employing Unlimited Priorities’ sales and marketing services to the library community.
Mark Puterbaugh has worked in a university environment for nearly 25 years. He holds a Master of Science degree in Information Studies from Drexel University in Philadelphia, and is the Information Services Librarian in the Warner Memorial Library at Eastern University in St. David’s, Pennsylvania. Prior to coming to Eastern University, Mark was employed as Office Systems Administrator / Senior Coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine. There he coordinated a number of different technical and administrative areas and served as the webmaster for the school’s website and its virtual learning space, while also teaching elective courses on computing.
Mark has published a number of articles on a variety of topics and received several professional awards. He is a skilled presenter and has participated in both national and international conferences. He provides professional services to several local organizations, and serves as the webmaster for the Medical Library Association’s Philadelphia Regional Chapter.
Mark and his wife Sharon, who is employed at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine, currently reside in south Philadelphia with their three cats.
About Unlimited Priorities LLC
Unlimited Priorities is attuned to the management requirements of organizations in the information industry, both commercial and not-for-profit. We provide executive-level support services by utilizing a highly skilled group of professionals with abundant experience. Our practice specialties include Sales and Marketing, Business Development, Financial Services, Operations Management, Production, Information Technology, Social Media, and Content Development and Licensing. Our Archival Initiatives Division offers advice to libraries, historical societies, and industry associations in selecting, distributing, and monetizing their valuable archival content.