Greta Ober

Social Work, Psychology, and Education Librarian


Greta Ober holds a Master’s degree in Library & Information Science from McGill University in Montréal; with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics/Statistics. Prior to joining USG, Greta was a Research Librarian at the International Monetary Fund (Joint World Bank/IMF Library). Also the training coordinator, she conducted database instruction, and contributed to developing an outreach strategy to market library services, increasing usage of the library. In addition, Greta developed research skills at Barents Group/KPMG, American Association of University Women, Georgetown University/Institute for Reproductive Health, and Columbia Hospital for Women (Reproductive Toxicology).  Greta has shared her professional expertise as an invited speaker at the Central Bank of Mexico, AMIGOS Congress in Mexico City, and conferences hosted by: Special Libraries Association, and American Libraries Association.