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Conferences > Computers in Libraries 2014
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Nzinga Holley-Harris, Librarian, Department of Justice

Nzinga has been a librarian with the Department of Justice since 2009. Her duties focus on a variety of technology projects and collection development. 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. She knew she wanted to do something with computers and libraries after 3 years in the Network Support division of the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library system during her college years. Prior to joining the Department of Justice, Nzinga spent 8 years as a software engineer and configuration management analyst at Lockheed Martin. She is proud to have been chosen as an ALA Emerging Leader in 2013.


Sessions by Nzinga Holley-Harris
Tuesday   04-08-2014   1:15 PM – 3:00 PM   A203/A204: Tools & Tips Info Blitz


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