Peggy Garvin, long considered a role model for her fellow information professionals, was honored by thousands of them during the opening ceremony of the Special Libraries Association’s Annual Conference & INFO-EXPO on 12 June.
Garvin was presented with the Dow Jones Leadership Award, which honors an SLA member who has led others by exemplifying professional and personal competencies. Garvin is the 14th recipient of this award, which has been sponsored by Dow Jones & Co. since its inception in 1988.
“Peggy Garvin Named Recipient of 2011 Dow Jones Leadership Award,” Special Libraries Association (SLA) press release, July 11, 2011
Peggy Garvin is the author of “Real World Research Skills” published by TheCapitol.Net. She is also a faculty member for TheCapitol.Net, teaching both live courses and Capitol Learning Audio Courses TM.
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