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LAC Group Introduces Adriana Younskevicius, Senior Client Manager

Adriana has nearly 20 years experience working in library and research communities. Most recently, Adriana has worked as a Senior Research Specialist with FedSources, a provider of government market intelligence services, customized consulting, and informational events. Prior to that, Adriana worked at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) where she created and served as the manager of the library for the Professional Responsibility Advisory Office (PRAO). She later moved to the management staff of the DOJ Main Library. While working with the DOJ libraries, Adriana served as COTR for library staffing accounts and as the liaison to the LexisNexis and Westlaw accounts.

Prior to Adriana's work at DOJ, she was the Head Law Librarian at Xerox Corporation. There she was responsible for the management of a law library system, which included six locations in the United States and one location in London, England. She was also the manager of the central files and documentation system of Xerox's Office of General Counsel, which had three locations in the United States.

In addition, Adriana has experience with law firms in the District of Columbia, Florida, and Oregon: Covington & Burling, McDermott Will & Emery, Tonkon Torp, and Carlton Fields. She has also worked in part-time assignments for the Oxford University Press' Oxford English Dictionary (OED) and at the University of Connecticut's Jeremy Richard Library in Stamford, Connecticut.

Adriana has also been active in both her professional and personal communities through work with various organizations. As a member of the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL), she has served as the Chair of the AALL Federal Law Librarians Caucus. She has also served as Chair Elect, Secretary/Treasurer, and Infoshare Program Coordinator for the American Society for Information Science (ASIS) Special Interest Group (SIG) for International Information Issues (III). In addition, Adriana has worked with the DOJ Partners in Education program, the Northern Virginia Junior Women's Club (a service organization under the umbrella of the General Federation of Women's Clubs), Hospice, the Lawyers for Children America Peer Mediation program, and Challenge Air for Kids & Friends.

Adriana received her BA in English from the University of Florida, her Master's degree in Library and Information Science (MLS) from the University of South Florida, and her Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Bridgeport. She is a member of the Phi Kappa Phi honor society and the Delta Mu Delta international honor society in business.

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