Becky Brasington Clark to Take the Helm at the Library of Congress Publishing Office

By Maryann Yin Comment

library of congress logoBecky Brasington Clark has been hired to take the helm at the Library of Congress publishing office.

According to the press release, this division “works in collaboration with the private sector to publish books, calendars and other materials based on the Library’s world-renowned collections.” Clark’s start date has been set for March 7.

Clark has devoted more than fifteen years of her career to working in marketing and publicity. In the past, she has held positions at Johns Hopkins University Press, Brookings Institutional Press, The New Republic, Counterpoint Press, and Moon Travel Handbooks.