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Minnesota's 2008 LJ Movers & Shakers

One of Minnesota’s own, Jennifer Nelson, with Minneapolis Public Library, is a 2008 Library Journal Mover and Shaker for her advocacy role. The following is an excerpt from the article:
Jennifer Nelson puts together programs, she says, that help solve “some of the inequities we see in our community.” As partnerships coordinator for digital inclusion at the Minneapolis Public Library, she collaborated with the Neighborhood Development Center to develop the Micro Entrepreneur Resource Center (www.mercmpl.org) and then make it more widely accessible by raising money to get its Business Plan Builder translated into Somali and Spanish.” 

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