Officers (2017-18)

Chair Veronica Estrada, San Diego County Library

Veronica Estrada

Veronica Estrada is a Librarian with the San Diego County Library. She received her Masters in Library and Information Science from the University of Arizona in 2014 and Bachelor’s of Arts in History from California State University Northridge in 2011. She is a member of REFORMA National, LIBROS chapter in San Diego and the American Library Association. As an alumna of the Knowledge River Program, which focuses on educating diverse professionals who are cultural sensitive and have experience working with Latino and Native American populations, she hopes to inspire and make a difference in people's lives by providing access to information to all. She is an advocate for museums, an enthusiast for the maker movement, loves technology trends, and enjoys hiking.

Vice Chair Kesia Estrada, San Diego County Library

Kesia Estrada has worked for libraries for the past 10 years. She currently works for the San Diego County Library system. She has a B.A from San Diego State University and a Masters Degree from National University. Currently she is pursuing her MILS at San Jose State University. She enjoys working with children and feels passionately about literacy and education.

Secretary Itza Vilaboy, San Diego City College

I am an employee at San Diego City College, with a goal to become a librarian. My background is in literature, art theory, and writing. Library internships at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego and San Diego Public Library teach me how to apply theoretical knowledge in a professional environment. As a member of REFORMA since 2015, I am looking for ways to serve San Diego through its libraries and community organizations. I enjoy volunteering and organizing storytimes at the library.

Treasurer Veronica Ortiz, San Diego County Library

Veronica Ortiz has been a part of the San Diego County system since 2009 when she began as a student worker at the La Mesa branch. She recently received her Bachelors Degree in Communication from San Diego State University and will attend North Texas University in the Spring of 2018 to earn her Masters Degree in Library Science. Libraries have always been a crucial part of Veronica's life and she hopes to create programs that will impact others as they impacted her as a child.