Geraldine Amparo Cepeda serves as the Executive Director/Librarian of the Guam Law Library, as part of her responsibilities as the Compiler of Laws. Ms. Cepeda received her Master’s in Library and Information Science from San Jose State University, and her Juris Doctor from the William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai`i at Manoa, where she was on the editorial staff of the University of Hawai`i Law Review. She was awarded a Bachelor’s of Arts in English with High Honors from the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. She is a member of the American Association of Law Libraries, the International Association of Law Libraries, and the Association of Reporters of Judicial Decisions.
Naomi Salas has worked at the Guam Law Library since 1996. As a Library Technician, she is responsible for maintaining and updating Guam and Pacific Island materials, including bibliographical compilations, Superior decisions and orders and Supreme Court opinions, Civil Service Commission Reports and Attorney General Opinions. Her many duties include maintaining library materials update supplements, and compiling book circulation statistics.
Roger Sabangan began as a Library Technician in 2010 and was promoted to Accounting Technician in 2011. He is responsible for accounting and bookkeeping duties for the library, including processing payroll, vendor payments and receivables, tax reports and payments, and utility payments. His other duties include handling procurement of general office and library supplies, installing new computer programs, and processing incoming mail.
Jared Taitano began working part-time as a Library Technician in 2011. He is the administrator for the library’s ResourceMate cataloging and circulation program, and is responsible for monitoring materials in circulation. He also prepares recommend titles for order, handles book donations, and maintains the book circulation survey. In addition, he handles after-hour key circulation for eligible patrons.
Inquiries may be submitted to the staff using the Contact page.