Juliane Morian is the Director of the Rochester Hills Public Library. After graduating from the University of Michigan’s School of Information she began her library career in a non-traditional way as a usability specialist for a web design firm. Soon after, she transformed her passion for the user experience into public librarianship. She has also worked at the Clinton-Macomb Public Library (in Macomb County, MI) as the Associate Director and Head of User Experience.
Juliane lives in downtown Rochester, Michigan with her husband and two children. She enjoys biking and hiking through parks around Rochester, improving her home with DIY projects, and tending her section of the Rochester Community Garden. Juliane also serves on the Board of the Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve and is a catechist-teacher at her church, St. John Fisher Chapel University Parish. She is thrilled to be called a Rotarian and is especially interested in hands-on service projects.