2007 ALA Nominating Committee Council Nominees

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2007 ALA Nominating Committee Council Nominees


CAROL L. ANDERSON

Associate Librarian

State University of New York at Albany

Albany, New York

ANGEL D. BATISTE

Area Specialist

Library of Congress

African and Middle Eastern Division

Washington, D.C.

WALTER L. BETTS

Systems Librarian

Texas Christian University

Fort Worth, Texas

STEWART BODNER

Associate Chief Librarian

New York Public Library

New York, New York

THOMAS W. BROGAN

Young Adult Cluster Specialist

Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn, New York

FRANK A. BRUNO

Director

Uintah County Library

Vernal, Utah

SUSAN K. BURKE

Assistant Professor

School of Library and Information Studies, University of Oklahoma

Norman, Oklahoma

BART CASSEL

Video Production Media Center Specialist

Middleburg High School

Middleburg, Florida

TIFFANI R. CONNER

Project Manager

University of Tennessee

Knoxville, Tennessee

CATHARINE COOK

Director, Chickasha Public Library

Chickasha, Oklahoma

TREVOR A. DAWES

Circulation Services Director

Princeton University Library

Princeton, New Jersey

THERESA L. JAYE DICKSON

Associate Director

Planning and Operations

Pioneer Library System

Norman, Oklahoma

AARON W. DOBBS

Electronic Resources and Systems Librarian

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Shippensburg, Pennsylvania

NORMAN J. ERIKSEN

Assistant Division Manager

Language and Literature

Brooklyn Public Library

Brooklyn, New York

JOSEPH A. FENNEWALD

Head Librarian

Pennsylvania State University at Hazleton

Hazleton, Pennsylvania

SARAH I. FLOWERS

Deputy County Librarian

Santa Clara County Library

Los Gatos, California

CHARLES FORREST

Director

Library Planning and Construction

Emory University

Atlanta, Georgia

ELINOR FOSTER

Dean of Library Services

University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Pembroke, North Carolina

LOIDA GARCIA-FEBO

Assistant Coordinator, Special Services

Queens Borough Public Library

Jamaica, New York

CLAYTON S. GARTHWAIT

Access Services Librarian

West Chester University

West Chester, Pennsylvania

JUDITH A. GIBBONS

Director

Field Services Division

Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives

Frankfort, Kentucky

MARTHA (MARTI) L. GODDARD

Access Services Manager

San Francisco Public Library

San Francisco, California

CATHERINE GREENE

Director, Library Services

Miami Country Day School

Miami, Florida

SUSAN F. GREGORY

Branch Manager

Norman Public Library Pioneer Library System

Norman, Oklahoma

LAWRENCE (LARRY) GRIECO

Director

Gilpin County Public Library District

Black Hawk, Colorado

CLAIRE B. GRITZER

Vice President

New Hampshire Library Trustees Association

Concord, New Hampshire

CHARLES D. HANSON

Director of Library Services

Kettering University

Flint, Michigan

ALLENE F. HAYES

Digital Projects Coordinator

Library of Congress

Washington, D.C.

SUSAN N. HILL

Director

Paulding County Carnegie Library

Paulding, Ohio

VERLIA DAVIS HOGGARD

Chair, Board of Trustees

Las Vegas--Clark County Library

Las Vegas, Nevada

JESSICA HUTCHINGS

Head of Reference

McNeese State University

Lake Charles, Louisiana

ERIC W. …

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