Marjorie M.K. Hlava

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Marjorie M.K. Hlava


MARJORIE M.K. HLAVA is President and Chairman of Access Innovations, Inc., an international database construction and information management services company she founded in 1978.

SLA Member Since: 1976

Past Employment: Information Director, National Energy Information Center Affiliate, Department of Energy, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (1978); Manager of Information Technology, NASA Technical Application Center (TAC) University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM (1976-78).

Education: Graduate study in Botany and in Information Science, University of New Mexico (1974-76); BS in Botany and certified in Secondary Education, University of Wisconsin (1970) with Field Courses taken at the University of Minnesota, Itaska (1967).

SLA Chapter Activities: Rio Grande Chapter: chair, Nominations (1983); Chapter President (1979-80); chair, Employment (1978-79); chair, Membership (1978-79); chair, Career Counselor (1978-79); Chapter Vice President (1978-79); chair, Special Projects (1976); numerous other committee positions.

SLA Division Activities: Information Technology Division: member, Networking Committee (1988-90); DACOLT Committee (1989-90); Nominations Committee (1985, 1991); Division Cabinet Electronic Mail (1984); Executive Committee ITE (1983-85; 1988-89); Chair (1984); Chair Elect (1983).

SLA Association Level Activities: SLA Voting Representative for NISO (1992-present); chair, Technical Standards Committee (1992-present); Special Committee for Review of Non-serials Publications (1992); Board of Directors Division Cabinet Chair (1990-92); Nominations (1986); Directory Committee Joint Cabinet (1984); Long Range Plan (1981-82).

Other Professional Activities: Local, regional, and national level support and participation in information industry related associations and organizations. Serving or has served on the Boards of the following organizations: American Society for Information Science (Past President); Association for Information Dissemination (Twice President) Documentation Abstracts (Twice President) (Board of Directors 1990-1997); National Information Standards Organization (SLA representative to NISO) Software and Information Industry Association (Treasurer); NFAIS -- (Current Treasurer).

Awards and Honors: The ASIS Watson-Davis Award (1996); The Special Libraries Association President's Award (June 2000); Guilford's Who's Who, 1994-95 Edition; Who's Who Worldwide Registry, 1994-95 Edition; Who's Who registry of Global Business Leaders, 1993 Edition; Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America, 4th Edition, 1992; Who's Who Registry of Business Leaders, Platinum Edition, 1992; Official Registry of the Who's Who of American Business Leaders, 1991 Edition.

Publications: Over 200 articles and papers for professional and scholarly journals, information industry publications, and presentations at conferences, other meetings, and workshops.

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

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