er, speaker and writer of topics such as human rights, access to information, advocacy, services to diverse populations, new professionals and continuing professional development. She is an expert strategizing services for diverse and multi-ethnic groups. Her areas of expertise also include grant-writing, international relations, internships & exchanges, customer service, collection development and outreach. Received, ALA 2010 Elizabeth Futas Catalyst for Change Award. Named, Mover & Shaker by Library Journal. Currently, ALA Councilor-at-Large, Chair ALA Membership Meetings Committee. President of REFORMA 2009-2010. Chaired the ALA Intellectual Freedom Round Table 2010-2011. Former secretary of IFLA’s Free Access to Information and Freedom of Expression Committee. Co-established and advises IFLA’s New Professionals SIG. Her writing focuses on new librarians, new professionals, multi-ethnic populations, Latinos and other diverse populations.
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