2011 I Love My Librarian Award Winners

I Love My Librarian Award 2010

 

 

Congratulations to the 10 winners of the 2011 I Love My Librarian Award! Thank you to the 1700 library supporters who sent in nominations. Read on to learn more about this year's winners.

Nominations for the 2013 Carnegie Corporation of New York/New York Times I Love My Librarian Awards are now closed. Winners will be announced in December.

Questions Email Megan McFarlane, Campaign Coordinator, American Library Association, mmcfarlane@ala.org.

 

Caroline KennedyCaroline Kennedy was the keynote speaker at the I Love My Librarian Award Ceremony in New York City on December 8. Read her remarks or view a video of the awards ceremony.

 

 

 

Venetia V. Demson


Venetia V. DemsonDC Public Library
Washington, D.C.

 

“Creates a safe haven for all.

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Martha Ferriby


Martha FerribyHackley Public Library
Muskegon, Michigan

 

"Everyone feels welcome."

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Jennifer O. Keohane


Jennifer O. KeohaneThe Simsbury Public Library
Simsbury, Connecticut

 

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

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Dr. Rhonda Allison Rios Kravitz


Dr. Rhonda Allison Rios KravitzSacramento City College
Sacramento, California

 

 “Makes anything seem possible.”

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Jennifer U. LaGarde


Jennifer U. LaGardeMyrtle Grove Middle School
Wilmington, North Carolina

 

“Changes the reading lives of students.”

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Elizabeth “Betsy” Long


Elizabeth Betsy LongDoby's Mill Elementary School Media Center
Lugoff, South Carolina

 

“Creates an inviting learning space.”

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Michelle Luhtala


Michelle LuhtalaNew Canaan High School Library
New Canaan, Connecticut

 

“A true innovator.”

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Saundra Ross-Forrest


Saundra Ross-ForrestNorth Avondale Branch Library
Birmingham, Alabama

 

“Passion for her community.”

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Rebecca Traub


Rebecca TraubTemple University Harrisburg
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

 

“One of the most valuable resources on campus.”

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Barbara K. Weaver


Barbara K. WeaverIvy Tech Community College Northwest
Gary, Indiana

 

“Fosters community.”

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