Governance

SLA is a nonprofit corporation incorporated in the State of New York and organized for the purpose of “provid[ing] an association of individuals and organizations having a professional interest in the strategic use of information.” It is governed by bylaws and led by a board of directors elected by the membership.

The day-to-day operations of SLA are carried out by a staff located at the association’s headquarters in McLean, Virginia.

SLA is organized into communities representing regional areas, subject interests, fields, or types of information-handling techniques. Communities elect officers, conduct meetings, and initiate special projects.


Board of Directors

Community Leadership

Committees & Councils

Governing Documents

SLA 2020 Restructure

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