Loida Garcia-Febo is an international library consultant, researcher and expert on topics such as human rights, advocacy and services to multicultural populations. She is President of a not for profit charity seeking to enhance education of commutes, library users, students, information professionals from minority groups in the USA and in developing countries. She has served communities as academic, public, school, and special librarian in Puerto Rico and Queens. She has taught in 21 countries and has advocated on behalf of libraries at the United Nations, US Congress, NYC City Hall, NY State Senate and on streets and sidewalks of New York.
Hall: Rhode Island [Plaza Ballroom]