2010 ALA Nominating Committee Council Nominees

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2010 ALA Nominating Committee Council Nominees


Xan Arch

Electronic Resources and Technology Librarian

Stanford University

Stanford, California

J. Douglas Archer

Reference and Peace Studies Librarian

University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Library

Notre Dame, Indiana

Xima Avalos

Media and Digital Assets Librarian

California College of the Arts

San Francisco, California

Stephanie D. Bange

Director

Educational Resource Center

Wright State University Dayton, Ohio

Walter L. Betts

Systems Librarian

Texas Christian University

Mary Couts Burnett Library

Fort Worth, Texas

Bart Birdsall

Media Specialist

School District of Hillsborough County

Tampa, Florida

Clara Nalli Bohrer

Director

West Bloomfield Library

West Bloomfield, Michigan

Steven K. Bowers

Executive Director

Detroit Area Library Network

Detroit, Michigan

Paula Brehm-Heeger

Library Services Manager, Central Region

Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County

Cincinnati, Ohio

Thomas W. Brogan

Young Adult Cluster Specialist

Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn, New York

Wanda Brown

Associate Director

Wake Forest University

Winston-Salem,

North Carolina

Keri A. Cascio

Branch Manager

St. Charles City-County Library District

Saint Charles, Missouri

Matthew P. Ciszek

Head Librarian

Penn State Shenango

Lartz Memorial Library

Sharon, Pennsylvania

Donna L. Corbeil

Director of Library Services

Berkeley Public Library

Berkeley, California

Ann Crewdson

Children's Librarian

Issaquah Library-King County Library System

Issaquah, Washington

Kelly N. Czarnecki

Technology Education Librarian

ImaginOn-Joe and Joan Martin Center

Charlotte, North Carolina

Karen E. Downing

University Learning Communities Liaison Librarian

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Alison Ernst

Director of Library and Academic Resources

Northfield Mount Hermon School

Northfield, Massachusetts

Dana M. Eure

Director

Cabarrus County Cannon Memorial Library

Concord, North Carolina

Elizabeth Anne Evans

Library Director

Point Park University

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Naphtali Lanette Faris

Youth Services Librarian

St. Louis Public Library

Walnut Park Branch

St. Louis, Missouri

Eric L. Frierson

Reference and Instruction Librarian

University of Texas-Arlington Central Library

Arlington, Texas

Marianne Cole Fues

Library Media Specialist

Jefferson City High School

Jefferson City, Missouri

Diane M. Fulkerson

Instructional Services

Librarian

University of West Georgia, Ingram Library

Carrollton, Georgia

Loida A. Carcia-Febo

Assistant Coordinator, NAP and Special Services

Queens Library

Jamaica, New York

Susan Gibbons

Vice Provost/Neilly Dean

River Campus Libraries

University of Rochester

Rochester, New York

Sol Antonio Gomez

Branch Manager

Pima County Public Library

Tucson, Arizona

Lucia Martinez Gonzalez

Retired

North Miami Beach, Florida

Janice Leslie Greenberg

Senior Librarian

Jersey City Free Public Library

Jersey City, New Jersey

Lawrence Grieco

Director

Gilpin County Library

Black Hawk, Colorado

Jason Griffey

Head, Library Information Technology

University of Tennessee--Chattanooga Lupton Library

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Romina Gutierrez

Technology Initiatives Librarian

Princeton Public Library

Princeton, New Jersey

Samantha K.

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