Mark I. Greenberg
University of South Florida Libraries
Sonja Garcia's career at USF spanned thirty-five years, and included such positions as Assistant Library Director and Associate Director for Human Resources for the Tampa Library. She was the first African-American woman to be appointed to the University's Board of Trustees. Ms. Garcia discusses what led her to the USF library and also her many years of involvement in various campus activities.
Oral history, Online audio
1 sound file (84 min.) and 1 transcript (22 pp.)
Oral histories; Online audio
University of South Florida
USF 50th (2006) Anniversary Oral History Project
Garcia, Sonja, "Sonja Garcia Oral History Interview" (2004). USF 50th (2006) Anniversary Oral History Project. 46.