Library of Congress
Washington, District Of Columbia
Jeffrey Lofton is a Georgia native . . . Warm Springs . . . and a former professional actor on stages and television, including a Super Bowl commercial, which his accountant once referred to as “Your finest work to date.”
He lives in Washington, DC, where he is a program specialist at the Library of Congress (LC) in the Office of the Deputy Associate Librarian for Library Services, Operations. Among his duties there, he manages the FutureBridge Mentoring Program. Prior to his work on the Operations team, he managed four major program areas for LC's Veterans History Project (VHP) and also served as acting head of VHP's Program Coordination and Communications section. He is a 2010-2011 LC Leadership Development Fellow.
Before joining LC, he managed public relations for the American Society of Landscape Architects and was an account executive at M&R Strategic Services, a Washington, DC-headquartered public affairs and communications consulting practice. Mr. Lofton is the recipient of several Thoth awards from the Public Relations Society of America (where he is an accredited member) for his communications work.
Mr. Lofton holds a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a master’s degree in library and information science from Valdosta State University (expected July 2016).
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Saturday, June 25
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