Martha McConnell, a Law Librarian with the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records division within the Arizona Secretary of State’s office, was recognized during National Library Workers Day, April 10th, 2018, for her outstanding work for Arizona library visitors.
National Library Workers Day (NLWD) was established in order for staff, customers, administrators and others to recognize the exceptional and important work library workers do in their communities across the country. Librarians can be nominated by fellow librarians, students, coworkers, supervisors, and others and are recognized on the National Library Workers Day website.
McConnell was nominated by an anonymous associate who said, “Martha is a Star because Martha skillfully helps Arizonans find further resources to help with difficult legal questions every day. She truly cares and has a positive impact on so many lives!”
“Anybody who has come in contact with Martha knows how dedicated she is to her job and the people who come in and out of our state libraries looking for help with law research,” said Secretary of State Michele Reagan, who oversees the Arizona State Library Archives and Public Records. “We’re lucky to have Martha on our team and I could not be more proud of her dedication and the work she does.”