The mission of the Penguin Random House Library Marketing Department is to put great books and audiobooks into the hands of librarians before they are published, as well as to provide resources to assist with Readers’ Advisory, Event Programming, and Book Club planning.

Meet Our Team

Jennifer Childs is the Vice President of Library Marketing at Penguin Random House. She has been with company for over 20 years and in that time has worked with many amazing authors and read numerous bestsellers . . . before they were bestsellers. She loves being able to share new writers and her favorite books with other readers and can’t think of a more perfect group of people to book chat with than librarians. The mother of 3 teenagers, she is currently reading books on stress management and anything that transports her to an alternate reality.

Kelly Coyle Crivelli has been back with the Penguin Random House Library Marketing team since 2008. Originally starting at PRH in 1998 before blogs and webinars even existed. She is an Associate Director and works directly with the over fifty distribution partners of Penguin Random House highlighting their titles to librarians nationwide. 

Elizabeth Fabian recently celebrated her 15th anniversary with Penguin Random House. She started her career in the Random House Reference division and has taken on many varied marketing roles since that time. She is currently the Director of Library Marketing, working to ensure that librarians know about the amazing adult titles from PRH. Elizabeth can be found reading or listening to everything from self-help to inspirational memoirs to Emily Henry, or at her local library checking out the next Harry Potter book to read to her 3 young boys.

Sharnell Johnson is a Marketing Manager at Penguin Random House. She loves that her job involves two of her favorite things: reading books and talking about books! If you spot her in the wild, she will most likely be listening to an audiobook. Approach her slowly so as not to startle her!

Rachel Tran is an Associate Marketing Manager at Penguin Random House. She studied broadcast journalism at the University of Florida where she fed a lifelong love of storytelling and swampy things that go bump in the night. She loves gothic fiction, thrillers, and books about ghosts of all kinds. She can be found rereading The Secret History and telling anyone who will listen that Holden Caulfield did nothing wrong.

Kate McManus, Library Marketing Assistant, graduated from Lafayette College with a degree in English Literature and Economics (can you guess which classes she preferred?). A lifelong avid reader, Kate grew up surrounded by books and always hoped to find herself working in publishing. Now, living in New York City, Kate spends her free time exploring and looking for her next favorite read!

Maureen Meekins is an Associate Marketing Manager at Penguin Random House. With a degree in English and Creative writing, it was always her dream to work in publishing—and she has now had the honor of working in Library Marketing for 10 years. When Maureen isn’t indulging in the latest horror novel, you can find her working on a project in her woodshop.

Jennifer Rubins is the Associate Director of Library Marketing, specializing in audio, and has been listening to audiobooks since she learned to read (turning the page when she heard the chimes!). Jen has devoted herself to supporting the art of storytelling in some shape or form for as long as she can remember, including as an actress and narrator. She won an AudioFile Earphones Award for her narration of And Then We Grew Up by Rachel Friedman. Jen has worked at PRH for a lucky 13 years where it’s always a thrill to bring her passion for books, actors, and storytelling all together and connect with libraries and listeners!

Miriam Tuliao is a Senior Library Marketing Manager at Penguin Random House, an adjunct library science instructor, and a New York Public Library veteran. She is committed to supporting the important work of libraries and growing the audience for books across communities.