SLA Roles Helped Build My Career – Valerie Perry, Candidate for Director

Question 4: How has involvement with SLA over the years helped you grow professionally and personally?  I am Valerie Perry and I am a candidate for Director. In San Diego […] Read More »

#SLAtalk: Q & A with 2014 President-Elect Candidates

A special installment of #SLAtalk this Tuesday, August 27th at 1:30 pm EDT will feature our two candidates for 2014 President-Elect, Leslie Reynolds & Jill Strand. To stay organized during this Q […] Read More »

SLA Sandbox: A Safe Place to Learn & Grow – Jill Strand, President-Elect Candidate

Minnesota Chapter members gathered to celebrate their 70th Anniversary this month, recognizing more than 20 past-presidents from the last 40 years.  It was great to hear stories from those who […] Read More »

How has involvement with SLA over the years helped you grow professionally and personally? Bethan Ruddock, candidate for Director

When I joined SLA, I was very much a new professional. I’d been out of library school and working in my first professional post for less than a year, and […] Read More »

Career advice for new and seasoned information professionals — Valerie Perry, Candidate for Director

Candidate Question #3: What sort of advice would you give to professionals, both newly minted and more seasoned professionals, who might be interested in non-traditional career paths? I am Valerie […] Read More »

It’s in the DNA – how SLA has helped my career – James King, Chapter Cabinet Chair candidate

SLA has helped and encouraged me to tune into the future of our profession.  As a result, I’ve come to the conclusion that we must learn to innovate to survive.  […] Read More »

Question 4: How has SLA helped me grow professionally? Moy McIntosh, Candidate for Director

My name is Moy McIntosh and I’m running for Director. When I was first entering the profession SLA was great because with the diverse group of careers held by our […] Read More »

How has involvement with SLA over the years helped you grow professionally and personally? — Juliane Schneider, Candidate for Div. Cab. Chair-Elect

My name is Juliane Schneider and I’m a candidate for Division Cabinet Chair-Elect. Considering that my first interaction with SLA was them giving me money via a travel grant to […] Read More »

How SLA has helped me throughout my career – Valerie Ryder, Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect

Question 4: How has involvement with SLA over the years helped you grow professionally and personally? Valerie Ryder, Candidate for Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect Throughout my career, SLA has been my […] Read More »

Advice for those investigating non-traditional career paths — Juliane Schneider, Candidate for Div. Cab. Chair-Elect

Thanks to the commenter who pointed out that I forgot to say who wrote this – I’m Juliane Schneider, Candidate for Division Chair-Elect! This question poses two challenges: first, find […] Read More »

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