the Centre's Director is Sally Wood Lamont


From left to right: Mioara, Anca, Elisabeta, Delia
The staff comprise two receptionists, Elisabeta and Delia, a  part-time physiotherapist Mioara and a Table Tennis coach, 
Anca.

Sally Wood-Lamont has been resident in Cluj-Napoca, Romania since December 1993. Formerly a Senior Librarian at Edinburgh University, she came over on sabbatical leave as a Library Consultant at the Central University Library of the University of Medicine and Pharmacy. Sally's specialty is in Library Management including Personnel Management. She has published over 25 scientific articles, has attended and given papers at many International Conferences, is Chief Editor of the Journal of the European Association of Health and Information Libraries as well as being co-ordinator of other international projects such as SCROLL (Scotland Romania Language Link) and Scotland Romania Medicaid. In 1995 she was awarded "International Librarian of the Year" by the British Library Association, in 1996 she attained the Fellowship of the British Library Association and in 1999 she was awarded an Honorary degree from Edinburgh University for her work in Romania. In 1999 she founded the Lamont Centre and Sports Club for persons with physical disabilities.


On October, 29, 2002, Sally received the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (M.B.E) from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace for "services to young people and the disabled in Romania".