Public Policy Advisory Council

The Public Policy Advisory Council will:

– Establish criteria on public policy issues to follow that impact the field of information/knowledge management and information professionals.

– Establish a clear mission and scope specifically focusing on issues impacting SLA and its members vs. the profession at large.

– Track and report on public policy issues impacting SLA members and information professionals via SLA communication platforms.

–  Advise the association’s leadership (including the CEO and senior staff) on importance of issues.

–  Collaborate with units to ensure information is disseminated, promoted and used.

Kevin Adams
Council Members
Sadia Arsahd
Nabi Hasan
Will Olmstadt
Raymond Pun
Board Liaison
Jim Miller
Staff Liaison 
Amy Burke
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