Marquis Spotlight

Audrey Jane Wolfinger

Retired Librarian

For more than three decades, Audrey Wolfinger was a school librarian and educator for the Neshaminy School District in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. Inspired by her father and her brother, she earned a Bachelor of Science in 1955 in library science and a minor in English from Kutztown State Teachers College (now Kutztown UN). She earned her teacher’s license in 1957 after completing coursework at Temple University in Philadelphia. Ms. Wolfinger remained with the district until her retirement in 1984, spending 29 years as the librarian and audiovisual coordinator for Neshaminy School District. Under her guidance, the district opened four new school libraries, and she continued to help students develop research and information science skills. Ms. Wolfinger is proud to have developed lasting relationships with colleagues and students, and served on the board of directors of the Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre. Since retiring, Ms. Wolfinger enjoys independent research and was involved with the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, the Daughters of the American Colonists, and the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania. She holds various leadership roles with the Bucks County Genealogical Society. In her spare time, she is passionate about literature especially British mysteries, and Classical and Baroque music.

Video Profile

Ms. Wolfinger found her niche as a librarian and her career achievements are highlighted in a video profile. 

American Way Magazine

Ms. Wolfinger is honored on page 103 of American Way Magazine for being a Distinguished 2021 Nominee. 

Hemispheres Magazine

Ms. Wolfinger is honored on page 111 of Hemispheres Magazine for being a Distinguished 2021 Nominee. 

Insight Magazine

Ms. Wolfinger is highlighted in the third edition of Insight Magazine, providing career advice.

Millennium Magazine

In her Millennium Magazine feature, Ms. Wolfinger’s introduction to librarianship and interest in music is explored. 

Industry Leaders

Ms. Wolfinger’s Industry Leaders feature outlines her awards, memberships, and other biographical information that has helped shaped her career.

Top Educators

With her contribution to library science, Ms. Wolfinger has been recognized among Top Educators.

Professional Women

Ms. Wolfinger’s Professional Women feature chronicles how curiosity fueled her interest in library sciences. 

Worldwide Humanitarian

With numerous civic involvements, Ms. Wolfinger has been honored as a Worldwide Humanitarian.

Marquis Radio

In her Marquis Radio interview, Ms. Wolfinger reflects on how fulfilling her career as a librarian had been.

Summer 2020 Newsletter

In her Summer 2020 Newsletter, Ms. Wolfinger encourages young professionals to pursue their goals with passion and enthusiasm.  

Personal Website

On her personal website, Ms. Wolfinger’s impact on students is highlighted.



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