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Edward McPherson Midland County Public Library

Change Together



Demands on libraries and museums are evolving, and both industries are responding.


As access to information and ideas becomes increasingly ubiquitous challenges faced by libraries and museums have changed.


21st century libraries and museums must provide an experience. One that responds to our patrons' unique needs to acquire and use information and ideas in new ways.

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Library Design

Program Development

Outcomes and Assessment Design






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"I just wanted to let you know what an amazing presentation Edward gave to our Leadership Midland class. He was, by far, the highest ranked presenter of the day…perhaps for the year!"


Nellwyn Barnett, Executive VP

Midland Chamber of Commerce

"Since joining the American Red Cross as a volunteer in 2013, Edward has been a leader. He joined our organization looking to help those in need during times of disaster. Little did he know he would not only be helping clients, but mentoring other volunteers and staff while helping rebuild relationships between Red Cross and other community partners and leaders."


Stephanie Murphfree, Executive Director

Red Cross of the Permian Basin

"Mr. McPherson was an obvious candidate for MOSC’s Strategic Planning Committee. Through his experience with many performing arts organizations prior to, and including his residency in the Basin, he brings a plethora of knowledge and ideas that have been very helpful in the plan to move MOSC forward."


Jeannette Kolokoff, Executive Director

Midland Odessa Symphony & Chorale

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