Our Newest Dynamo: Tracie D. Hall
Día Dynamos, creative and collaborative literacy advocates throughout the U.S., strive to expand Children’s Day, Book Day’s impact in innovative ways. The Dynamos understand that children matter and deserve to be celebrated, that literacy matters, and that linking all children and families to books and bookjoy strengthens communities and our country.November 2020
Tracie D. Hall
American Library Association
We are honored to introduce our newest Dynamo, Tracie D. Hall!
In February 2020, Tracie was appointed the American Library Association’s 10th executive director in its 143-year history. In her new role, she oversees the oldest and largest library association in the world, made up of 57,000 members and more than 200 staffers. Tracie is the first female African American executive director in ALA’s history. She also quickly became a friend of Children’s Day, Book Day (CDBD).