Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) for over 25 years. Beginning as a librarian, Carol soon joined the Information Technology Department, becoming assistant director and managed the initiative that installed over 2,000 PCs in over 59 facilities throughout the library system. As part of that project she created the training program for both the staff and the general public. She continued to manage the implementation of other new technologies, ensuring that they enhanced the library experience for the public. As Coordinator of Special Projects, Carol worked closely with BPL’s executive directors to design new buildings and renovate old ones in addition to addressing major policy issues on such topics as censorship and Internet access. She worked on a New York State Commission that created a new vision of library service for the 21st Century and planned a state-of-the-art visual and performing arts library. She recently retired from BPL and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Kent Library Association. Carol received an M.A. in Library Science from the University of Chicago and a B.A. in art history from Bryn Mawr College and is a member of the American Library Association.