NEW YORK - The Board of Directors of Information New Wave
is proud to announce the creation of this international charity seeking to enhance the education of communities, library users, students and information professionals from minority groups in the USA and in developing countries. As a multicultural organization, Information New Wave works with partners to identify needs and design solutions to enhance the quality of programs and services provided by libraries, schools and information centers serving multi-ethnic and multi-lingual populations in different regions of the globe. Partnering with other non-profits, non-governmental organizations, government agencies and public officers is vital to fulfill our mission.
“Information New Wave seeks to bridge access to information for multilingual populations anywhere at any time,” said Loida Garcia-Febo, President of Information New Wave. “INW provides opportunities for continuing professional education and carries out global research to enhance the education of minority groups and those in countries in the developing process. Services are tailored according to the need of each country and community.”
Information New Wave will be making an exclusive appearance during the American Library Association’s Midwinter Conference in Seattle on Saturday, January 26 at 8:00 p.m.
to sponsor REFORMA’s Noche de Cuentos (A Night of Stories) at the Seattle Public Library. Stop by and speak to our President and members of our Board of Directors.
More information about Information New Wave can be found online
and via social media
For partnerships, collaborations and further information, contact Information New Wave President Loida Garcia-Febo
Board of Directors:
Nathan T. Wright