SLIS Graduates Named as 2013 Emerging Leaders by ALA

The School of Library and Information Science at the Catholic University of America is proud to congratulate two graduates, Ana Elisa De Campos Salles and Nzinga Holley-Harris, named as 2013 Emerging Leaders by the American Library Association. Ms. De Campos Salles and Ms. Holley-Harris are profiled in the March-April issue of American Libraries magazine.

Ms. Ana Elisa De Campos Salles is currently an Adult and Teen Librarian at the Mount Pleasant branch of the District of Columbia Public Library. She is a 2011 American Library Association Spectrum Scholar. She also possesses a Masters of Forensic Archaeological Science from the Institute of Archaeology, University College London. She received her Master’s in Library and Information Science in 2012.

Ms. Nzinga Holley-Harris has been a librarian with the Department of Justice since 2009. She received her Master’s in Library science in 2007 from Catholic University and a Bachelor’s in Computer Science from the University at Buffalo in 2001.

Ms. De Campos Salles and Ms. Holley-Harris currently serve as members of the CUA SLIS Alumni Board.

For information about the ALA Emerging Leaders Program, please see: http://www.ala.org/educationcareers/leadership/emergingleaders

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