Kristin Morgan / photo: Ben Filio

Kristin Morgan worked as the Youth Services Librarian at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Hill District for three years learning and creating with youth of all ages in the community. Embracing youth centered and interest driven librarianship she facilitated a culture of co-learning with staff, volunteers, kids and teens! In classrooms and programs, she offered robotics; coding and creative thinking opportunities for groups of excited learners. Through her work leading Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s (CLP) STEM Committee she brought connected learning to youth throughout the city of Pittsburgh to explore together within and outside the Library walls.

In 2018 Kristin transitioned to CLP’s Digital Learning Lead Librarian position. In this role, she supports Library staff in their efforts to provide literacy and lifelong learning through thoughtful and fun connected learning experiences for all ages. Determined to create inclusive informal and out of school learning, she promotes youth empowerment with access to technology, media mentorship and opportunities to share what they create at CLP’s 19 Library locations, including in The Labs @ CLP.

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