NELA is proud to award ALA President Maureen Sullivan with the Emerson Greenaway Award for Distinguished Service in Librarianship. The award was presented to Sullivan at the New England Library Association’s Annual Conference banquet on Sunday, Oct. 14, by NELA Past-President Jen Alvino Leo.
Maureen, a New England native, has been recognized for her close relationship with NELA, especially for her work with the New England Library Leadership Symposium (NELLS).
“As a proud native daughter of New England (Norwich, Conn.), I am honored and very pleased to receive this award,” said Sullivan. “It has been a privilege to work with so many NELA members throughout my career, especially all of those who have participated in the New England Library Leadership Symposium.”
For more on the award, please see The American Libraries ALA News Release: ALA President Maureen Sullivan receives Greenaway Award for Distinguished Service in Librarianship