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Who supports Julie for ALA President 2016-2017?
Yolo County Library
Julie is a tireless advocate for our profession and sees the connection between
service and building community. As a colleague I was fortunate to work with
her on a number of professional activities - she's smart, savvy, and
successful. She's determined to make a positive difference in all that she
touches…just the kind of leader with whom I want to work.
ALA President, 2009-2010
Julie Todaro brings unbelievable experience in association leadership serving
as the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) president and as
the president of the Texas Library Association (TLA). She has dedicated her
career to serving our professional associations. Julie will not only bring
experience, content, and substance but also strong practitioner experience to
ALA President, 1995-1996
Julie Todaro is the quintessential American Library Association
President. She will take on this honor with an enviable history as a
leader at significant levels and come to the presidency acknowledged as
a passionate visionary for the future of libraries and the challenges they
must face and overcome. Her past advocacy has proven irresistible and
compelling to disparate groups who have worked together to turn her
agenda into reality.
Julie's background is the impeccable foundation that shapes her
ability to step into the highest elected position in ALA with energy,
creativity and vast knowledge. She has served not only as the president
of a chapter and an ALA division, but also as an educator and author
with experience in all sizes and types of libraries. Her most impressive
credential, though, is that four ALA Past Presidents enlisted her to their
Advisory Committees, where she had an unequalled opportunity to
learn the practical side of how ALA works and what it takes to formulate
and accomplish transformational initiatives at lightening speed. Julie
will hit the ground running.
While I share the core values to which Julie stands committed, the
one that I bring the strongest allegiance to and highlight as
demonstrating her on the mark vision of the future is her advocacy for
an increasingly diverse professional work force. Julie's past initiatives
resolutely support adding more Emerging Majority librarians to make
our workforce increasingly responsive to the communities they serve as
their demographic ballasts shift remarkably.
Julie Todaro's quest for the presidency of the American Library
Association brings attention and action to values that supply librarians
across the nation with an infrastructure for decisions made every day.
Given the rapid pace of change in today's society the tools produced
from her presidency will be an invaluable asset to all librarians. She is
the President our Association needs to keep libraries a strong social
force as change surrounds them.
Rhea Brown Lawson
Houston Public Library
Julie is a passionate advocate for libraries of all types. Most importantly,
she cares about the people who work in libraries and is deeply committed to
shaping new leaders and library professionals. Her broad experiences and
involvement in library activities demonstrate her commitment to our
values and ethics, including access to information and providing quality
library services to our diverse communities. She's is a high-energy, highly
leader who will work tirelessly for ALA on behalf of the people served by our
San Antonio Public Library
Julie has been a proven leader both in her professional career and her work
with the library profession. She has been one of the most strongest and most
effective advocates for the library community. She is comparable meeting with
all levels of decision-makers to make a compelling case in support of
libraries. She is recognized as an expert in her field and has served as a
consultant on many projects. She possesses the type of leadership skills that
will serve the American Library Association well. It is because of her proven
abilities, her many talents, and her effective leadership that I endorse Julie
Todaro for president of the American Library Association.
CUNY Hunter College
I am happy to support Julie Todaro for ALA President because of her extensive
experience as a library leader, manager, teacher, author, and mentor.
Additionally, her familiarity with all types of libraries and her knowledge and
background in library advocacy, legislative issues and public policy make her
an ideal candidate to address ALA's strategic goals and to advance our core
professional values with decision-makers across the spectrum at all levels of
government and within our community supporters. She is truly a visionary
leader and her experience in ACRL, LLAMA, and other ALA Divisions and
Committees as well as her experience in TxLA will serve her well as ALA
Decades of engagement in ALA have shown me just how many of us are deeply
committed to and passionate about our profession. But Julie Todaro stands out
among us in so many ways. As colleagues and collaborator of Julie's for many
years, I know she has an exceptional understanding of the challenges libraries
of all types are facing in the 21st century, plus the acumen and vision to
guide us forward. She has an outstanding ability to build trust and forge
alliances across diverse groups, and brings integrity, kindness, and a good
sense of humor to everything she does. For so many reasons, Julie is uniquely
qualified to lead the ALA and our profession. I am honored to endorse her for
the role of ALA president.
Texas State Librarian
I enthusiastically endorse Dr. Julie Todaro for ALA President. I have been
privileged to know and work with Julie for over 20 years and I greatly admire
her leadership, dedication to the profession, and her bold, joyful spirit.
The academic, public, and school libraries of Texas have greatly benefitted
from her wisdom and expertise. I look forward to her leadership as ALA
Vanderbilt Central Library
Julie Todaro will make a great ALA President. She has the
abilities and experience needed to succeed in such an important position.
Moreover, she is the only candidate who knows how ALA works. ALA cannot afford
to provide on-the-job training to its President when there is so much to be
done in the short time the person is in office.
Fort Worth ISD
Julie's experience as a leader among her peers is unparalleled. A force to be
reckoned with when it comes to fighting for the value of libraries, she
inspires and mentors both new and veteran librarians with her vast knowledge of
and passion for our profession. If there is a task force or steering committee
to be formed, you turn first to Julie to gather the necessary data and make
your vision a reality. School librarians in Texas owe our gratitude to Julie
for her work over several decades to ensure our students continue to have
strong school libraries guided by state standards.
Julie has been passionate about advocating for all types of libraries for a
long time, as evidenced by her longevity as a member of library associations
such as ALA and TLA. What makes Julie unique is that she has is actively
involved not only on her professional level, but in her community and state,
serving on committees to see positive change come to libraries. I
enthusiastically support Julie Todaro's candidacy for ALA President knowing she
takes everything she becomes a part of not only with passion, but with
foresight and thoroughness.
Texas Christian University
Warren Bennis said that “leadership is the capacity to translate vision into
reality.” Julie Todaro is a proven leader, having served as the Dean of
Library Services for Austin Community College, president of the largest ALA
Division (Association of College & Research Libraries), and president of the
largest ALA state chapter (Texas Library Association). She is an eloquent
advocate who can speak to the issues facing school, public, and academic
libraries and work with others to forge solutions. I am proud to endorse Julie
Todaro for ALA President—the candidate that has (with apologies to Ann
Richards) “the hat and the cattle.”
C. Olivia Frost
Professor Emerita, University of Michigan
Julie and I were faculty colleagues at the University of Michigan in the 80s.
Over the years, it’s been fascinating to see her career ascend to such
challenging and impressive levels of responsibility. As instructor, mentor,
manager, leader - whatever Julie has undertaken she has approached with
unmatched enthusiasm and dedication to her profession.
In addition to knowing Julie when she was President of ACRL, I worked briefly
with her when I was chair of the Value of Academic Libraries committee and she
was just getting underway in making visible progress with the CCSSE (Community
College Student Survey of Engagement) to include questions related to the role
of the library in contributing to student success. With the increased awareness
of the role Community Colleges play in improving educational and employment
opportunities for all adults, Julie would be an excellent President of ALA in
advancing public awareness of the role all libraries play in supporting and
adding value to our communities.
I have known and worked with Julie for the past 15 years. I strongly support
her candidacy for President of the American Library Association. In all of the
time that I have known and worked with Julie she has worked tirelessly to
advocate and support all types of libraries and librarians. She always works
hard at any task asked of her and supports other colleagues in our profession.
I feel that her past activities and actions demonstrate what a strong, fair ALA
president she would make.
Dr. Todaro has always been a leader in library advocacy in many arenas. As a
mentor Julie is generous with her time and ideas. She has provided strong
support for new librarians to the profession. She listens to the various ideas
that come forward and is adept at finding consensus. Julie is good at managing
her time so as to cover her own job and still have time as a library leader
beyond her own library. I look forward to Julie's presidency.
University of North Texas
Julie Todaro will continue to work for the interests of all types of libraries,
is committed to developing library leaders and mentoring new generations of
I am also impressed by Julie's active involvement in public policy concerns and
ensuring positive outcomes in library legislative and advocacy efforts.
With Julie previously serving as President of TLA and ACRL, she has the
experience necessary for the position she seeks. Additionally, Julie's service
on multiple boards and ALA Presidential Initiatives combined with her success
managing the Austin Community College libraries, I do not hesitate to endorse
the candidacy of Julie Todaro for ALA President.
Glendale Community College
Julie has always exemplified high standards regarding our profession and has
led by example through her numerous contributions at the local, state, and
national level. My professional experiences with Julie (ACRL and the Community
College Library Services Section, CJCLS) confirm my commitment and encourage
for your support of her presidential candidacy for ALA. She is a visionary
leader that will engage the membership of the association.
TLA President, 2013-2014
University of North Texas
ALA can't miss by electing my colleague Julie Todaro as President. I've
known Julie for more than 25 years. There is no better friend. She taught me
how to study for my doctoral examinations. Thanks to her tips, I passed. What
can you say about the total professional: a great teacher, fantastic
administrator, and excellent colleague. A librarian's librarian - they broke
the mold when Ms. Todaro was made. I wholeheartedly give my support for her
election to the presidency of the American Library Association.
Montana State University Library
Julie already has the executive experience needed to serve as ALA president,
having been elected by her peers to serve as president of ACRL and the Texas
Library Association. Julie is a go-getter, running a library system for the
sixth largest community college system in the United States. Julie knows how to
juggle multiple priorities while representing the interests of all, and is
knowledgeable about issues affecting our profession ranging from diversity to
leadership and beyond. When I think about who I would like testifying before
congress or giving an interview to NPR or the New York Times, I want Julie
representing me and my profession. Simply put, Julie has a depth and breadth of
experience that no other candidate has.
Austin Community College
Julie Todaro has an evidence-based, successful track record for advocacy,
successfully navigating diverse political environments within professional
librarian associations with stakeholders for various types of libraries for
over 30 years. Julie has a well-rounded background which may help unite ALA in
a way that has not been possible before and open up new conversations within
ALA. She has exemplified servant leadership, serving as Texas Library
Association President, ACRL President and has tirelessly served on numerous
association committees, advocating for academic, state and public libraries.
Julie will be able to take this conversation organically to the next level,
advocating for librarians and communicating what we do/how we make a difference
in our communities.
University of San Diego
I’ve known Julie for many years through ACRL work and she is an energetic and
W. Lee Hisle
Julie Todaro will make an outstanding ALA president. She's an advocate, an
educator, an author and an outstanding librarian. She'll bring true grit to
the position...and plenty of good humor. The association and the profession
will both benefit greatly.
SLA President, 1999-2000
Julie's commitment to broad and open communication of the role and value of
libraries is essential for an ALA President. In her many professional
activities, I have watched her passion for outstanding customer service
combined with her dedication to advocacy and a vision for libraries, built on a
solid foundation of management excellence, another requirement for a successful
ALA President. Former ALA Presidents have enlisted her to bring their visions
to fruition, proving the impact she already has had on the strength of ALA and
the respect in which she is held by her colleagues.
Larson Library Consulting
I support Julie because she has already led a large library association as
president of the Texas Library Association. She is a true Renaissance librarian
with a true commitment to furthering all types of libraries and supporting
librarians from all areas of the profession. There are few other librarians who
have truly touched so many different libraries in so many ways.
Julie is a woman of many talents and relevant experience. She has been an
advocate for libraries and library users for many years. She has administrative
and consulting experience in supporting libraries of all types and her
experiences extend to working with stakeholders such as elected officials and
civic administrators. Working with other dedicated professionals who do not
always see things the same way is a reality and Julie has demonstrated how she
maneuvers in this kind of situation. Her involvement in professional
organizations and willingness to take leadership roles is well documented.
Julie knows libraries.
LLAMA President, 2006-2007
Julie is a dedicated leader having served the library profession in many
leadership roles throughout her career. As president of the Association of
College and Research Professional (ACRL) and president of the Texas Library
Association (TLA) she knows what it takes to move an organization and its
programs forward. What makes Julie so special is her ability to understand the
issues, see it from different perspectives, bring the issue to consensus and
clearly communicate it to staff. Her numerous articles and training courses
on leadership and mentoring show that she is a proven practitioner. Her humor,
knowledge and ability to make things happen make Julie the best choice for our
next ALA President.
Hillsboro Public Library
I have been fortunate enough to attend many of Julie's workshops/CE. I have
seen Julie help and motivate numerous librarians in all types of libraries and
at various stages of their careers. I have witnessed first-hand on numerous
occasions Julie presenting issues of concern to legislators, commission members
and legislative staff. Julie has an exceptional talent to assess her audience
and speak to them about our issues in terms they can understand and appreciate.
We can all be proud of the way Julie will represent librarians and libraries
to the outside world. I strongly urge everyone to join Team Todaro and vote for
New Braunfels Public Library
Julie Todaro has been the embodiment of library excellence for me since I came
into this profession, even though we have pursued different tracks.
She is a generous mentor and friend, and has a passion for public service that
underlies everything that she undertakes, large or small. She also has the
gift of making the complex issues of our profession understandable to lay
people as well as her peers. And understanding is always the key to moving
I support Julie Todaro's candidacy for the President of ALA. Julie's record as
a leader, manager, teacher and advocate for libraries makes her an ideal
ALA President. She has shown her leadership abilities as the President of ACRL
(Association of College and Research Libraries) and TLA (Texas Library
She has knowledge of all types of libraries and has worked in academic, school
and public libraries. Julie has been a teacher and an author both developing
materials to train librarians and actually doing the training. I can't think
of anyone I would rather see as ALA President.
Round Rock ISD
Julie Todaro is the reason I am in Texas and so heavily involved with the Texas
Library Association. Because of her training and expertise, she has always
been a guiding force in my library career. In addition, her professional
involvement in our very own Texas Library Association, is the reason, I'm an
active leader and member in TLA.
Julie is a trendsetter in the library profession, always going above and
beyond. Julie not only helps foster the development of those in our
profession, but she is also a trailblazer and an innovator. Julie is a valuable
asset wherever she goes and whatever she does!
With great enthusiasm, I endorse Julie Todaro for the presidency of ALA. It's
tough to capture Julie's many achievements and her energy and expertise in
just a few sentences. Her tool kits, workshops, and
publications have reached thousands in the wonderful profession and sparked
lasting change. Julie has
helped to advance libraries of all types and sizes, is highly
experienced in legislative and public policy matters, and is a masterful
communicator and library
leader. As the president of ALA, she will position
libraries and ALA to grow successfully in the future.
Montville Township Public Library
ALA needs Julie's leadership and consensus building skills to move the
association into a more embracing environment. Her experience as past Texas
Library Association President
gives her an understanding between the chapters and ALA,
and her being a past ACRL President gives her an understanding between ALA and
the divisions. Over the years she has shared
her expertise and practical experience with Libraries all
over the United states with her work in LAMA presentations and consulting. She
truly understands what makes libraries of all
types and sizes tick. Julie's experience provides
background and knowledge from the inside out and from the outside in; she
definitely has an ability to view all sides of the issue.
This is exactly what ALA needs to fill its' mission and
Annunciation Orthodox School
Julie Todaro is one of the first public librarians I met when I moved to
Houston in 1978; I returned to her over and over for help with my latest ideas
in the school where I was then librarian. That was long before either of us
held any office in TLA, much less ALA. More recently, I have appreciated
Julie's strong efforts in behalf of all librarians in Texas and on the national
stage. Julie will be a very strong leader for ALA - she listens to everyone,
and moves forward with all best interests at heart.
Clear Creek ISD
I have known and worked with Julie Todaro for the past 21 years I have been a
librarian. She is a tireless advocate for libraries of all kinds. When
presented with a problem, she works with all parties involved to resolve the
issue. Her professionalism and demeanor makes her an excellent choice for ALA
Julie Todaro will be an excellent President of ALA. She has worked tirelessly
in Texas to support all libraries in the years I've known her. You can't miss
her as she is wherever a library event is going on.
NYLA President, 2006-2007
I've known Julie since her days teaching children's literature at the Rice
University Publishing Institute, and later, as my professor and advisor at the
a University of Michigan. She is the quintessential professional, the smartest
person in the room and also the warmest and most accessible. No one I know of
combines her knowledge and vast experience in every aspect of the library and
information science world. In fact, she wrote the book(s) on it! She is a
leader in cowboy boots
Manhattan Area Technical College
Julie Todaro is a teacher, mentor, director, trainer, committee-member,
consultant, librarian, Phd all wrapped in a bejeweled package. She represents
the interests of libraries, librarians and education with great passion, has a
keen intellect and a clear head. She's managed countless library and education
programs and strategic initiatives throughout her career. Her breadth of
knowledge across library types and around the country is unmatched by any other
library professional I've run across in my career. She is always willing to
impart her wisdom and knowledge to those looking to come up in the profession
and would represent ALA in a progressive way. Go Julie!
Fort Worth, Texas
I had the pleasure to work with Julie on a variety of academic and
administrative initiatives at Austin Community College District. Out of the
many hallmarks that Julie possesses as an administrator, is her commitment and
dedication to the student success and degree completion; the integrity and the
high ethical standards that define her transparent corporate and leadership
management style; her competency as a leader that exceeds any professional
standard and expectation.
Julie will be a great asset to the ALA community an dmembership. She will bring
added value and will enrich the ALA community with expertise, dedication,
Mary Jo Humphreys
Round Rock, Texas
It has been my pleasure to know Julie Todaro for the past 10 years. I have
worked on several Texas Library Association committees with her. She is very
much aware of the needs of school librarians and totally in sync with the
school library community. She has employed many of my school librarian
colleagues at Austin Community College taking advantage of the need for
personnel familiar with high school to college transitionI highly endorse Julie
as President of the American Library Association. Her
knowledge, experience, wit, work ethic, and perseverance will make us proud to
follow her as our national leader.
Julie Todaro is as passionate, dedicated, and whip smart about librarianship as
she was when I met her thirty years ago at Columbia University. Her love of the
field and ability to quickly comprehend and be innovative about the technical
aspects of the job surpasses anybody else's I've seen. Not only that, but she
loves to read! What more can you ask for in a librarian?
Round Rock ISD
Julie is knowledgeable about all kinds of libraries. She chairs committees at
every level, organizes library rallies, has been president of TLA, but most
importantly she uses her creative mind to initiate new programs and ideas that
propel libraries and librarians into the future. She's has been a pioneer in
transforming libraries and meeting the challenges of the future. She has spoken
for libraries on Capitol Hill and has been known to sway legislators with her
logic. She has lead us in collecting data research to justify our requests for
State and Federal funding. She has been instrumental in securing statewide K-12
online resources for public schools in Texas. As the Director of Library
Services in Round Rock ISD, I am avidly supporting Julie Todaro for ALA
Texas Library Association
I have worked with Dr. Todaro on several training projects, from Small Library
Management courses at the Texas State Library to a host of webinars for school,
public, and academic libraries at the Texas Library Association. She is
currently the instructor for a year-long online series for library support
staff that has attracted almost 1000 participants from all types of
Dr. Todaro has a lifelong commitment to improving the quality of service for
all libraries, at every level, in every region of the country. While she
educates staff, she also educates politicians through many years of advocacy
for libraries and library values. Julie Todaro has the experience,
intelligence, and passion to lead ALA into the future.
Julie Planchon Wolf
University of Washington Bothell & Cascadia College
I support Julie Todaro because she is a well-rounded, visionary librarian that
has worked as a children's librarian, an academic librarian, a library
administrator, and has served as ACRL President. She is an inspiring leader who
has already succeeded on the national stage. As ALA President she will be a
positive change agent that I will be excited to follow.
Lubbock Christian University
TLA President, 2010-2011
The first words that come to mind when I think of Julie are "hard working."
Once she makes a commitment, she does it fiercely & wholeheartedly. Her
incredible trajectory championing libraries & librarians is proof. Julie's
experience, perseverance, and dedication makes her the ideal leader for ALA.
Sheila Ross Henderson
Austin Community College, Round Rock, Texas
Committed to making a difference is one phrase that describes Dr. Julie B.
Todaro, Dean of Austin Community College Library Services. Her knowledge and
intellect speak for themselves through the books and articles she authors, the
workshops she facilitates, and the virtual and in-person discussions she leads.
She is frequently called upon to share her knowledge and skills as a consultant
to library staff, boards and administrators. Moreover, the leadership she
provides serving in organizations at local, state, and national levels within
and beyond our profession is exemplary. Julie has what it takes to provide
strong leadership to ALA.
Mikail M. McIntosh-Doty
Concordia University Texas
Julie would be an outstanding candidate for ALA President. Given the recent
recognition of the unique role community colleges play in educating all
Americans and the complementary role that libraries of all types play in
education and sustaining communities, having someone like Julie at the head of
ALA puts a lot energy behind both community college and library initiatives.
Plus, Julie knows her stuff, communicates well her positions, and has the
ability to put vision into practice (and the record to prove it).
Palo Alto College
I wholeheartedly endorse Julie Todaro's candidacy for ALA President! Julie's
passion and dedication to advocating for libraries of all kinds is evident to
all who know her and have worked with her. She was recognized by her peers as
Texas Library Association (TLA) Librarian of the Year in 1996 and soon after,
her peers elected her TLA President. Her leadership spans beyond the Texas
boundaries and her national commitment to libraries earned her the ACRL
Presidency. As my mentor for the past 20 years, I know that Julie will be an
exceptionally valuable asset to ALA!
Granite State College
AASL President, 2012-2013
I am proud to endorse Julie Todaro for ALA President. The breadth and depth of
her experience, understanding of the challenges facing the profession, as well
as her recognition of so many opportunities to be capitalized on and remarkable
service record in academic, public, school and special libraries combine to
make Julie the very best choice to lead ALA. I can't wait to see where she
Florida State University
After watching the election candidate forum, and reading the materials on each
candidate, I choose to endorse Julie Todaro. The combination of her experience,
track record, and vision statement led me to this decision. Under her guidance,
the ALA will have a very strong and productive year. I encourage all who do not
know the candidates, to listen, and read each one's experience and position.
I wholeheartedly endorse Julie Todaro for ALA President 2015.
Julie Todaro is more than a passionate, knowledgeable, experienced advocate and
leader (though she is all of those); she is effective! She is effective at
anything she sets out to achieve, and that is a mighty long list. For over
twenty years, Julie has been (and continues to be) my mentor, colleague, and
friend. I have learned more from working with and observing Julie than I could
ever explain, and one lesson is that, try as I might, I will never be able to
accomplish half of what Julie already has. And accomplishing even half is a
worthy goal indeed!
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
To summarize Julie's qualifications for ALA President I would say that in all
of her various roles as teacher, researcher, advisor, consultant and
administrator she has combined diligent attention to detail with encouragement
and support of creative initiatives. Her leadership style is one of
collaboration and consensus building--achieved with humor respect for others,
and an earnest approach to issues without being overly zealous or serious. The
message she conveys is that together we can succeed. Her major administrative
strengths are vision and leadership, coalition building, having an eye for
detail, and being skilled for setting priorities and achieving goals.
I fully endorse Dr. Julie Todaro for ALA President and encourage you to vote
for her which will be a vote for our profession.
University of San Francisco
Julie will bring excellent leadership to our association as president of ALA.
I have worked closely with her on the ACRL Board and I know she truly believes
in the transformational power of our profession. She's a hard worker who
demonstrates vision, creativity, energy, a passion for all types of libraries;
coupled with a wonderful sense of practicality and humor.
Julie brings refreshing insight into bringing all librarians together!
Abilene Library Consortium
TLA Executive Board 2012-2015
Dr. Todaro is a proven leader. She has the skills, experience, energy, and
vision to make an exceptional ALA President.
Woods Hole, MA
Although retired & now a life member, I still follow ALA activities. Many
years ago--many decades ago--I attended a presentation Julie gave, just as
Powerpoint was becoming a factor in presentations. I was very impressed with
the organization of the material & the way she presented it. I'm sure Julie
will be an excellent president of ALA.
Poplar Creek Library, Streamwood, IL
I endorse Julie Todaro for ALA President because her intelligence, ability to
work with different groups and her experience are just what ALA members need to
lead the members and Association and to go forward. These are challenging
times for everyone but Julie knows how to handle situations, communicate with
different groups and stand proudly for our core values. An endorsement for me
is a major step but it is one I am happy to take for such a superb candidate.
Please join me in supporting and voting for Julie.
I met Julie Todaro at the TALL Texans Leadership Development Institute where
she was a class mentor. She was clearly a star in the profession, yet still
down to earth and eager to offer guidance. Julie offered practical advice
then, and has continued to do so over the years, and she will be a true leader
and mentor for all librarians as the ALA President.
REFORMA President, 2007-2008
Art Center College of Design
I'm part of Team Julie because I know she will bring her great leadership
experience to ALA. I first met Julie in 2005 and in 2007 I saw her become ACRL
president. During her presidency, I witnessed Julie reach out to younger
librarians, like myself at the time, to get them involved in the organization.
I know as ALA president, Julie will do the same.
ACRL President, 1999-2000
Library of Congress
North Carolina Central University
Santa Barbara City College
Richard (Dick) Dougherty
University of Michigan
Austin Community College
Barbara J. Ford
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
San José State University
TLA President, 1994-1995
Georgetown Public Library
Texas Medical Center Library
Austin Community College
University of Aberdeen
LLAMA President, 2014-2015
NYC Department of Education
Southwest Texas Junior College
Sul Ross - Rio Grande College
ALA President, 2004-2005
Palo Alto College
Texas A&M Galveston
Austin Community College