A self-proclaimed edtech and book nerd, Lauren Mobley serves students and teachers as the school library media specialist at North Clayton Middle School in College Park, Georgia. She earned her Ed.S in Instructional Technology from the University of West Georgia, her M.Ed in English Education from Valdosta State University, and her B.A in English Education from the University of Georgia. Before becoming a school librarian, she taught high school English Language Arts and Special Education.
Mobley is a member of the American Library Association, American Association of School Librarians, and the Georgia Library Media Association, where she serves on the Awards Committee. She has presented about the importance of diversity in librarianship and instructional technology at the Antiracism for Educators Conference and Impact Educators Conference. Her passion is shaking up the antiquated library with innovative ideas that inspire students to read, explore, and create.