Regina Carter

Regina Carter

Teaching & Learning Librarian

Company: University of Virginia Library
Role: Session Presenter Session: Priming the Pipeline: From High School to Professional Employment (S2-K)

Regina Sierra Carter is a teaching and learning librarian at the University of Virginia (UVA) Library. She joined the UVA Library in June 2016 and served as the program coordinator for the UVA Library’s inaugural high school internship program in 2017. She also serves on the planning and selection committees for UVA Library’s ACRL Diversity Alliance Resident Librarian Program. Her research interests include: Black librarianship in the 20th century, Black children’s literature, multicultural children’s and young adult literature, and storytelling.

Regina earned her BA in English from the University of South Carolina-Columbia, an EdM in learning and teaching from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, an MS in library and information science (LIS) from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), and a PhD in educational policy studies from UIUC. Carter is passionate about diversity, equity, inclusion and excellence within LIS. Please feel free to contact Regina at teachingandlearninglibrarian@gmail.com.