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educator , Librarian

Jacqueline Annice Gill, American librarian, educator. Member Library. Association City University of New York.

Background

Gill, Jacqueline Annice was born on June 4, 1950 in New York City. Daughter of Nathan S. and Maude L. (Flanagan) Jones.

Education

Associate of Arts in Library. Technology, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York City, 1976. Bachelor in Sociology, Queens College, 1979.

Master of Library Science, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, 1982. Master of Science in Educational Administration and Supervision, City College of New York, 1989.

Career

Library assistant, Little Red School House, New York City, 1974-1975; senior library assistant, Maritime College, Bronx, New York, 1976-1979; assistant professor, serials library, City College Library., New York City, since 1979; associate professor, City College Library., New York City, since 1998; chief acquisistions division, City College Library., New York City, since 1996. Recording secretary New York Black Libraries Caucus, 1992, correspondent secretary, 1991. Faculty senate elections committee City College of New York, 1995-1996, faculty senate student affairs committee secretary since 1995.

Member North America Serials Users Group, since 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • COGNOTES reporter American Library Association, Chicago, 1989-1990.

Membership

Member Library. Association City University of New York.

Connections

1 child, Christopher B. Aden.

father:
Nathan S. Jones

mother:
Maude L. (Flanagan) Jones

child:
Christopher B. Aden Gill