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- Carla Hayden Executive director, Enoch Pratt Free Library and past president of the American Library Association
- Jim Rettig President of the American Library Association. He is also the University Librarian at the Boatwright Memorial Library at the University of Richmond, Virginia.
- Ginnie Cooper Chief Librarian for the District of Columbia Public Library. She is the Former Executive Director of the Brooklyn Public Library.
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