How did you decide to become a librarian?
Carla Davis-Castro became a librarian to serve all kinds of patrons respectfully seeking all kinds of information. She is a Salvadoran American who graduated from the University of North Carolina in 2008 with a Bachelors in Dramatic Art and minors in Native American Studies and Women’s Studies. She earned her Master in Library Science and Master in Public Administration in 2014 from the same university.
What is your AILA passion?
She is happy to serve on the AILA Board as a member at large to advance the work of the association.
What is your story?
She currently works at the Library of Congress’ Congressional Research Service. She has interned at the National Museum of the American Indian, worked on the Law Library of Congress’ Indigenous Law Portal and is finishing her term on the Indigenous Matters Committee of the International Federation of Library Associations (IFLA).