SLA Members Elect Dee Magnoni as 2017 President

Dee Magnoni, research library director at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico, will serve as president of SLA in 2017.

Dee Magnoni

Dee is one of four SLA members who will begin serving on the association’s board of directors in January 2016. She will serve one year as president-elect, followed by a year as president and a year as past president. Joining her as new members of the board in 2016 are Nick Collison (treasurer), Tom Nielsen (division cabinet chair-elect), and Mary Talley (chapter cabinet chair-elect).

The election for new board members opened on September 2 and closed on September 23. Balloting was conducted online; approximately 22 percent of SLA members cast votes.

In addition to electing four new officers, SLA members also approved several changes to the association’s bylaws. More information about the bylaws changes is available here.

For more information about Dee, see the press release.

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