Miranda Doyle (she/her) is a teacher-librarian for Lake Oswego School District, just outside of Portland, OR. She supports 11 schools as a District Librarian, working with elementary, middle, and high school teachers and staff. In addition, she teaches research and information literacy lessons, manages collection development, and collaborates with teachers as they integrate technology. Previously, Doyle was a branch manager for San Francisco Public Library; she has worked in public and school libraries for more than 25 years and was an adjunct faculty member at the University of San Francisco and Portland State University.
As the Intellectual Freedom Advocate for the Oregon Association of School Librarians, Doyle supports libraries throughout Oregon as they face book challenges and other censorship issues in these precarious times. Other interests include building diverse collections, promoting equity and anti-racist work in libraries, and the effective use of information technology in education.