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Pamela McCarter

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
Equity Initiative Leader
Pmccarter@cmlibrary.org
Pamela McCarter has been a Charlotte Mecklenburg Library employee since July 1996. She has broad experience working with children, teen, and adult programming, outreach services, partnership building, as well as, training & development spanning over twenty years. Pamela currently is an outreach coordinator with a concentrated focused in serving non-traditional library customers; individual re-entering the community and with youth and adults in custody of Mecklenburg County Detention Center. Her work in outreach and serving such a diverse populations is what drew Pamela to racial equity work.
Extending her reach beyond CMLibrary, Pamela is a Advancing Racial Equity Facilitator, a member of Mecklenburg County Equity Core Team, and a Committee Member of Race Matters for Juvenile Justice (RMJJ).
Tuesday, October 15
 

1:30pm EDT

 
Wednesday, October 16
 

9:00am EDT

10:00am EDT

2:30pm EDT

3:30pm EDT

 
Thursday, October 17
 

8:00am EDT

9:00am EDT