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I Am MLA: Jherusha Lambert

Submitted by Jherusha Lambert; edited by Christine Willis. You could be featured next! Submit your profile today.

Institution: Howard University

Title: Medical Librarian

Brief description of responsibilities:

I am the library liaison to the College of Nursing and Allied Health & The College of Pharmacy.

Why is MLA important to you?

MLA is important to me because it serves as a global professional association that provides a wealth of resources for institutions and individuals in the health information field.

What was your first library job?

Youth Services Librarian.

What is your advice to someone taking on a new role in leadership in MLA, or other capacity?

You got this!

What do you consider to be the most pressing issues or trends in librarianship?

Diversity and inclusion.

My bucket list includes...

Travel, travel and more travel!

What do you do in your spare time, for fun, or to relax?

I enjoy reading, traveling, and playing golf.

Is there anything about you that others might be surprised to know?

My favorite color is gold.

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