Karen Kreizman

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Karen Kreizman


KAREN KREIZMAN is Manager, Information Resources Center, ACTS Testing Labs, Inc.

Past Employment: Senior Information Scientist, Research Library, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., (1988-96); Technical Information Center, Occidental Chemical Corp. (1987-88).

SLA Member Since: 1988

Education: M.L.S., State University of New York at Buffalo (1987); B.S., Double Major, Social Sciences and Humanities, Clarkson University (1985).

SLA Association-Level Activities: Strategic Planning Committee, Member (1996-97).

SLA Chapter Activities: Upstate NY Chapter: Bulletin Editor (2000/01-present); Consulting Chair (2000/01- present); Business Manager for Programs (1999-2000); Membership Chair (1998-99); Nominations Chair (1997-98).

SLA Division Activities: Biological Sciences Division: Professional Development Committee, Chair (1994-95); Member (1992-93 & 1993-94); Engineering Division: Standards Roundtable Chair (1998-present); Pharmaceutical Division: Strategic Planning Chair 1999/2000 - present); Archivist (1998-99); Past Chair (1997-98); Bylaws Chair (1997-98); Division Chair (1996-97); Chair-Elect (1995-96); Bulletin Editor (1993-94 & 1994-95).

Other Professional Activities: In addition to the following positions and appointments, Karen has given numerous presentations at local, regional and national library conferences. Beta Phi Mu, Member (1987-present); Medical Industry Information Report, Editorial Board (1997-99); Medical Library Association: Academy of Health Information Professionals, Senior Member (1998-2003); Upstate NY and Ontario Chapter, Government Relations Chair (1998-99 & 1999-2000); Society of Competitive Intelligence Professionals, Member (1996-present); Standards Engineering Society, Member (1999-present); Visiting lecturer, SUNY Buffalo (1994); Western NY Library Resources Council: Board of Trustees (2000-05); Regional Automation Committee, Chair (1993-94 & 1994-95); Member (1989-2000); Continuing Education Committee, Chair 1992/1993; Member (1991-92); Western NY Health Sciences Librarians, Past President (1995-96), President (1994-95), President Elect (1993/94), Newsletter Editor (1992/93-1993/94); Executive Board Member-at-Large , (1990/91-1992/93).

Awards & Honors: SLA Pharmaceutical Division, Distinguished Member Award (2000); Westwood-Squibb Pharmaceuticals MIC Award of Excellence (1988).

Publications (selected): Establishing an Information Center: A Practical Guide. London: Bowker-Saur, 1999. In addition, Karen has published several articles and book reviews in library science journals and newsletters.

What are the keys to the growth of the information profession, its stature and its image?

How we are perceived by others directly impacts the profession's image, stature and potential for growth. …

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