The First Female Librarian Of Congress Is In The Building
Carla Hayden is bringing her digital talents to the Library of Congress.By Lindsey Pulse | July 14, 2016
Carla Hayden has made history by becoming the first woman and African American to oversee the nation's largest library.
Hayden was confirmed in the Senate as the librarian of Congress on Wednesday by a vote of 74-18.
Hayden has been the CEO of the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore since 1993 and was nominated for her new position by President Obama in February.