Prepare to Make an Informed Decision

SLA elections are in September.   The SLA Cabinet Officers are hosting a Meet the Candidates series of webinars to provide all members the opportunity to learn more about the individuals standing for the SLA Board of Directors.  Mark your calendars and register now to participate in the live programs, or plan to listen to the recordings before you vote.

Audience questions will be taken during the events, or you may send your questions in advance to Richard Huffine, the moderator for the series.

Meet the Candidates for Director
Tony Landolt, Moy McIntosh, Valerie Perry, and Bethan Ruddock

Tuesday, August 6th, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern time

Registration link:

Meet the Candidates for Cabinet

James King and Valerie Ryder (Chapter Cabinet Chair-Elect)

Pamela Enrici and Juliane Schneider (Division Cabinet Chair-Elect)

Tuesday, August 13th, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern time

Registration link:

Meet the Candidates for President-Elect
Leslie Reynolds and Jill Strand

Tuesday, August 20th, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern time

Registration link:

Want to know more about them now?  Visit the candidates page  and click on the image of any candidate – you’ll see their bios.  They’ve also been answering a series of questions on the SLA Blog .

When asked about the candidate forums set for the near future, SLA Nominating Committee Chair James Manasco said, “I can’t encourage our members enough to learn as much as possible about the candidates running for the Association board.  Your Nominating Committee has worked hard to identify candidates who have much to offer the Association during these challenging times, but it is up to the members to choose those who will assume the “big chairs” and help lead the Association in the future.  Please take the time to be informed about the members who have answered the call and graciously agreed to be considered for these important positions!”

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