Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award

About the Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Award
The award encourages library users to recognize the accomplishments of librarians for their efforts to improve the lives of people in their community.

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2011 Winner(s)

Venetia V. Demson

DC Public Library, Washington, D.C.

"Creates a safe haven for all."


Martha Ferriby

Hackley Public Library, Muskegon, Michigan

"Everyone feels welcome."


Jennifer O. Keohane

The Simsbury Public Library, Simsbury, Connecticut

"Programs that offer the unemployed a place to learn new skills, collaborate and network."


Dr. Rhonda Allison Rios Dr. Rhonda Allison Rios Kravitz

Sacramento City College, Sacramento, California

"Makes anything seem possible."


Jennifer U. LaGarde

Myrtle Grove Middle School, Wilmington, North Carolina

"Changes the reading lives of students."


Elizabeth “Betsy” Long

Doby's Mill Elementary School Media Center, Lugoff, South Carolina

"Creates an inviting learning space."


Michelle Luhtala

New Canaan High School Library, New Canaan, Connecticut

"A true innovator."


Saundra Ross-Forrest

North Avondale Branch Library, Birmingham, Alabama

"Passion for her community."


Rebecca Traub

Temple University Harrisburg, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

"One of the most valuable resources on campus."


Barbara K. Weaver

Ivy Tech Community College Northwest, Gary, Indiana

"Fosters community."