The Enoch Pratt Free Library has chosen a prominent Maryland litigator as the new leader of its boards.
Benjamin Rosenberg, founder and chairman of Rosenberg Martin Greenberg LLP, was elected as the new chair of the Pratt library’s boards of directors and trustees.
Rosenberg has been on the board since 2012, and has served as vice-chair for the past two years. He succeeds Patricia Lasher, who had been Chair of the board since 2013.
“Since joining the board of the Enoch Pratt Free Library, I have become convinced that the library is the most important educational institution in Baltimore,” said Rosenberg in a statement. “It provides a venue for hundreds of thousands of Baltimoreans to satisfy their intellectual curiosity, to explore job opportunities or to indulge in the simple pleasure of reading a good book. I am humbled and honored to serve our city as the next chair of the Pratt Library board.”