Black Caucus American Library Association
Black Caucus American Library Association

NOMINEES FOR EXECUTIVE BOARD OFFICERS

 

Vice President/President-Elect – Nichelle M. Hayes

I am the leader of the Center for Black Literature & Culture (CBLC), Indianapolis Public Library. I graduated from Indiana University – School of Library & Information Science (SLIS) with my MLS. I am a lifelong learner and reader. I began my library career as a Library Media Specialist at an Elementary School in Indianapolis. Later I worked as an Adult Reference Librarian serving as a subject matter expert in Business. I serve on a number of community boards. A few are the Indiana Black Librarians Network (IBLN) as President, NAACP as Assistant Secretary, Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH). I am also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. A Public Service Organization (Lifetime Member PIF). On my blog https://thetiesthatbind.blog/ I discuss genealogy and how to keep families connected.

Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular:  Indiana Black Librarian Network – President (Current) Indiana Black Librarian Network – Treasurer (Immediate Past) Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Golden Life Member NAACP Branch #3053 Assistant Secretary ASALH Member AFSCME Member IUPUI Community Scholar since 2018 Blogger at www.thetiesthatbind.blog Indiana African American Genealogy Group (Past) President & Vice President\
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:

Spearheaded the creation and implementation of the Center for Black Literature & Culture Center for Leadership Development Minority Achievers Awards 2019 & 2020 Fellow (2009 – 2011) Indiana Librarians Leading in Diversity

What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?

I am running for President Elect. My passion and dedication for Information Professionals and the profession of Librarianship make me a good candidate to remain on the board of the BCALA. I currently serve on the board as well as the Programming Co-Chair of NCAAL and the President of Indiana Black Librarians Network. I am organized, steadfast, technically savvy and forward thinking. I am committed to expanding the diversity, equity and inclusion of black people in the profession of librarianship. My professional focus is on programming geared to illuminating the African Diaspora. I am comfortable working as a leader as well as collaboratively. I am also committed to mentoring librarians new to the profession as well as those new to the BCALA.

Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Connect Library School Students/Young Professionals with Retirees.
  • Idea 2:  Increase publicizing of the work of the BCALA on multiple platforms
  • Idea 3:  Fully engage the members of the Caucus.

Secretary – Brenda Johnson-Perkins

Brenda Johnson-Perkins serves as a librarian and Children and Family Engagement Coordinator for Baltimore County Public Library. She has a passion for community outreach and promoting equitable library services to underserved groups. She received an M.A. Degree in Black Comparative Literature from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in 1996 and a MLIS for the University of Maryland, College Park in 2019. She is a 2015 Spectrum Scholar and a recent graduate of the Maryland Leadership Institute. I presently serve as the Secretary to the BCALA Executive Board

Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular:  Conference Presenter Topic: Start the Conversation: Social Justice Forums @ Your Library – Baltimore County Public Library Conference (Presenter – 2017) – Joint Conference of Librarians of Color Conference (Presenter – 2018) – Maryland Library Association Conference (Presenter – May 2019)
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  The University of Maryland, College Park – MLIS – May 2019 – The University of Maryland, Baltimore County – MA in Black Comparative Literature – August 1996 Awards: – Baltimore Commission on Disabilities – Disability Advocacy Award – 2014 – Baltimore County Public Library Staff Merit Award – 2014 – ALA Spectrum Scholar – 2016 – Maryland General Assembly – Official Citation – 2016 – Communicator Award BCPL Explore the Real Story – Episode: Bigfoot – 2017 – The Foundation for Baltimore County – Microgrant – 2018 – Maryland Library Leadership Institute Graduate – 2019
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  Organized – Efficient – Good writer -Effective Participant on Collaborative Teams
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Enhance the onboarding process : Creation of a standardized process for welcoming general members and elected officials. This process would provide an overview of the function of BCALA teams, role of affiliates and general priorities of the organization. This process would also capture data to identify particular areas of strength or interest of new team member (in teams, roles or current BCALA projects) to best motivate and optimize new talent for BCALA.
  • Idea 2:  Promote mentorship of upcoming librarians as a role of each member
  • Idea 3:  Enhance recruitment efforts through offering training for all members and organizing a special event, such as a BCALA annual recruitment week.

Asst. Secretary – Michele Fenton 

I am a catalog librarian at the Indiana State Library in Indianapolis, Indiana. I received my MLIS from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. My interests include African American history, African American genealogy, international librarianship, and cataloging.

Please list all BCALA Involvement:  BCALA Executive Board Member 2014-2016 NCAAL 9 Conference Proceedings Committee NCAAL 9 Programs Committee.
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular: IFLA Library History Special Interest Group ALA Library History Round Table (LHRT) ALA International Relations Round Table Poster Session Committee, 2018-2020 Libraries: History, Culture, and Society, Editorial Board, 2016-Present Indiana Black Librarians Network African American Funnel Project (SACO) Co-editor of the NCAAL 9 Conference Proceedings “We Need Some Color Up Here: Educating and Recruiting Minority Librarians in Indiana.” The 21st Century Black Librarian in America: Issues and Challenges. Eds. Andrew Jackson, Akilah Nosakhere, and Julius Jefferson. Lanham: Scarecrow Press, 2012. [Co-written with Deloice Holliday].
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  2014 Distinguished Service to the Black Caucus of the American Library Association Award 2016 International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) National Committee Fellowship 2017 Black Caucus of the American Library Association Appreciation Award
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  I served as secretary of the Indiana Black Librarians Network from 2005 to 2010, and again from 2019 to the present. I would welcome the opportunity to serve as assistant secretary for the BCALA Executive Board. I served on the BCALA Executive Board from 2014 to 2016.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Make the BCALA Newsletter available in Braille to reach members who are visually impaired
  • Idea 2:  Produce more publications ( for example, we need a new edition of the Handbook of Black Librarianship)
  • Idea 3:  International collaboration with other library associations/caucuses in the African Diaspora.

Treasurer – Brandy McNeil

Brandy McNeil is a serial innovator who focuses on community needs through game-changing innovations to build successful digital literacy programs. As an award-winning Director of digital literacy education for the New York Public Library, Ms. McNeil has played a significant role in paving the way for successful series based programming as well as coding workshops in public libraries. Building the highly successful TechConnect Department at the New York Public Library from the ground up, Brandy has a proven track record of delivering results and has tripled program attendance, making the New York Public Library one of the largest attended digital literacy programs in the U.S. Under her stewardship of the 89 branches across NYC, Brandy has established partnerships with organizations such as Google, MIT, and the U.S. Embassy to name a few, and developed a team of effective professionals and support staff.

Brandy is a sought-after speaker, panelist, and international tech education authority and has been featured on television, in newspapers, blogs, and other media outlets. Previously, Brandy worked for several Fortune 500 companies in which she facilitated tech education and instructional design for corporate staff globally. Brandy is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Business and holds an M.B.A. in Entrepreneurship. She serves on a number of boards and committees and in her spare time, she is an entrepreneur and speaker of diversity and inclusion.

Please list all BCALA Involvement:  Current BCALA Treasurer
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular:  Please refer to brandymcneil.com for this.
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  2017 Library Journal Mover & Shaker
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  I have already been doing the job and I extremely organized, therefore, I think I would continue doing a great job.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  More advertising that you do not need to have your MLIS degree to join
  • Idea 2:  Would like to see more mental health issues
  • Idea 3: I like to see us implement shadowing programs like PLA for conferences and such.

 

NOMINEES FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

K. C. Boyd

Greetings, my name is K.C. Boyd and I am currently a library media specialist with the Washington D.C. Public School System. I previously worked as the Lead Librarian for the East St. Louis School District #189 in East St. Louis, IL., a Area Library Coordinator for Chicago Public Schools and a District Coordinator for the Mayor Daley Book Club for Middle School Students. I am a second generation educator and hold Master’s degrees in Library Information Science, Media Communications, and Education Leadership. My favorite quotes, “Reading is the gateway skill that makes all learning possible,” and “Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth,” drives my commitment to serving marginalized African-American children, young adults, and school communities.
Please list all BCALA Involvement:  General Membership Been in consultation with President regarding issues with school librarians in particular in Washington D.C. Postings to the listserv
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular: Former coordinator for Chicago’s Mayor Richard Daley Book Club for Middle School Students.  Former creator and producer of the award winning Wendell Phillips Academy High Schools’, ‘Behind the Paws’ students news program.  Featured in Education Weekly, School Library Journal, PBS News Hour, American Libraries, Library Journal, and Medium Magazines.  Appeared on the cover of School Library Journal Magazine, 2014 https://tinyurl.com/t8qn9my – Representing the first library media specialist track at the Future of Education Technology Conference in 2020 tinyurl.com/uhl4nk3
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors: Recognized by Scholastic Books as one of ‘15 Librarians to Follow on Instagram’ – Appeared in American Libraries Magazine – ‘The Bookend: Librarian Introduces Popular Street Lit Genre’ – Recognized by Library Journal as a 2015 ‘Mover and Shaker’ – Black Caucus of the American Library Association’s 2015 ‘Leadership Award’ – Inducted into the Chicago Public Schools ‘Librarian Hall of Fame’ and awarded the coveted, “One to Watch Award” – Appeared on the 2014 cover of School Library Journal in the article, “Chicago Hope: High School ​ Librarian K.C. Boyd” – Credited for the creation of the first NOOK Street Lit. Book Club for Teens in the country.
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  I’m a staunch advocate for school libraries. I’m widely known and respected for my work with educating parents, teachers, and district officials on promoting leisure reading for children and teens. It is my belief that all children, despite economic circumstance, have the right to read and should have access to books that reflect themselves and encourage inquiry.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Recruitment of young librarians
  • Idea 2:  Recruitment of school librarians
  • Idea 3:  Stronger presence on social media and other outlets
Please share a brief biographical sketch.  This information will be used on the BCALA website.  Please write in the first person.

Dolores Brown

I am currently pursuing my MLIS. I am a 2020 Emerging Leader. I am looking to give of my time and energy to help strengthen BCALA’s outreach, and especially to help build more bridges of support for those considering librarianship or currently pursuing MLS degrees.
Please list all BCALA Involvement:  I am a member and I am one of the BCALA sponsored Emerging Leaders for 2020.
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular: MlStep Midwest Area Representative Member APALA, BCALA, YALSA
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  2020 ALA Emerging Leader 2019 WLA Leadership Institute
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA? I usually have a unique perspective on things. I am invested in seeing the growth of black librarianship.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Student Chapters
  • Idea 2:  More outreach to non-professional library staff
  • Idea 3:  New member outreach

Valerie Carter

I am the proud daughter of Dr. Robert L. Carter, Jr. and the late Emma Lane Harrell-Carter; and the niece of Dr. Dorothy J. Harrell. I am a native of Beloit, WI. I have been a librarian for twenty-four (24) years and is currently the Assistant Director of the Carter G. Woodson Regional Library of the Chicago Public Library System. I hold a Master of Science Degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Bachelor’s Degree in History with a minor in Women’s Studies from Oakland University located in Rochester, Michigan. I am a member of Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago, Illinois, the American Library Association, Executive Board member for the Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Executive Board member for the Christian Community Health Center of Chicago, Illinois, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAAACP), National Association of University Women (NAUW) and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. In her spare time she loves reading, genealogy, traveling, listening to music and singing.Please list all BCALA Involvement: Current Executive Board Member of the Black Caucus of the American Library Association NCAAL XI Evaluations Chair
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular: American Library Association Black Caucus of the American Library Association Executive Board Member Christian Community Health Center Executive Board Member National Association of University Women Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  American Library Association Black Caucus of the American Library Association Executive Board Member Christian Community Health Center Executive Board Member National Association of University Women Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  My continued willingness to serve the organization and the ability to organize events and programs to enhance the BCALA caucus. In addition, I am both a team player and leader.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1Increase BCALA membership recruitment by hosting a membership drive to the public in the community where not only we have a reception, but invite other organizations to learn more about BCALA by having the BCALA president and officers give a presentation about BCALA, its mission, vision and goals.
  • Idea 2Enhance the mentor/mentee program for in BCALA by having a time set aside at the meetings (BCALA, ALA and mid-winter ALA) for the caucus to have time for mentor/mentees to have one-on meetings for 30 minutes to share/have discussions, questions, concerns they may have at their libraries or in the library profession.
  • Idea 3Create a committee within BCALA to recruit African American librarians to the profession of librarianship not only at BCALA, ALA and mid-winter ALA, but going to colleges and universities in their respective communities to recruit African Americans to the field of librarianship.

Taryn Fouche

 

My name is Taryn Fouché. In 2016, I received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Baruch College where I majored in Creative Arts Marketing and minored in Religion and Culture. Since 2016, I have four years of experience at the Queens Public Library where I started as a volunteer Marketing Intern, became part-time as a Government and Community Affairs Assistant and now I am full-time Customer Service Supervisor. I am currently a graduate student at Queens College where I will receive a Master’s in Library and Information Science degree in May 2020. My goal after library school is become a Children’s Librarian in underserved communities of color.
Please list all BCALA Involvement: EDI Ad Hoc Committee.
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular: Parent volunteer in the school library at P.S. 360 Queens Notary Public.
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  Queens Public Library 2019 Excellence in Community Service Award.
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  Interpersonal Organizational Event Planning Creative Arts/Music Finance.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  New members should receive a welcome package – email, personalized membership card, consistent newsletters that includes information about the BCALA and its events & resources
  • Idea 2:  Mentorship program for library school students
  • Idea 3:  Presence and partnerships that give support to black communities that encourages literacy to all

 

Angela Khristin Brown

The great old party vetoes vote by mail. I propose vote by internet on any computer, cell telephone, lap top, any device. We could also vote by telephone. Mail a code and I put the code in the phone or computer and cast my vote electronically. One code per person. One vote allowed.
Please list all BCALA Involvement: Published in Library archives.
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular: Google scholar.
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  Who’s who in American and World Literature.
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  Spoken Word Poet Activist.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Voting rights
  • Idea 2:  Education Research
  • Idea 3:  Economic growth

Derek Mosley

Derek T. Mosley is the Archives Division Manager at the Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History in Atlanta, GA. He is active in BCALA, ALA and the Society of American Archivists. Derek earned his BA from Morehouse College and MS in Archives Management from Simmons University.

Please list all BCALA Involvement:  Past Executive Board Member 2012-14 Member, EJ Josey Scholarship Committee.

Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular:  American Library Association: Presidential Advisory Committee, Member (2013–2015); Committee on Membership Meetings, Chair, Member (2014–2016); Spectrum Scholarship Jury, Member (2015); Association of College and Research Libraries African American Studies Librarian Section, Chair (2015–2016).
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  ALA Emerging Leader.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1More engagement on social media
  • Idea 2More virtual meetings and conferences
  • Idea 3Refreshed mentor program

Fayrene Muhammad

Fayrene Muhammad recently retired as Assistant Director of Rockford Public Library in Rockford, Illinois. She has a Master of Science Degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois @ Urbana Champaign. Fayrene has worked in public, academic and special libraries in Joliet, Warrenville, Evanston and Rockford, Illinois. Her areas of expertise are research, reference, outreach, programming and managing digital collections. Fayrene is currently a member of the American Library Association, Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Chicago Chapter of BCALA, Beta Phi Mu, Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society of Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin, Rockford African American History Council, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., NAACP, Rotary International and Kwanzaa 365.
Please list all BCALA Involvement:  Co-Chair, Membership Committee; Member, International Relations Committee; Conference Treasurer, NCAAL XI; Executive Board Member, 2017-2019
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular:  American Library Association, Black Caucus of the American Library Association, Beta Phi Mu, Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society of Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin, Rockford African American History Council, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., NAACP and Rotary International. I serve on the Boards of Legacy Academy of Excellence Charter School, Kikifers Entrepreneurial Academy, African American Resource Center at Booker, and Kwanzaa 365 Publications: “Survey of Organizations Providing Service’s to Rockford’s Small Businesses” and “Confluence: The Literary legacy of the Rock River Valley”
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  Booker Washington Center Community Service Award, NAACP Community Service Award, Herbert Goldhor Award for Public Librarianship and DEMCO/ALA Black Caucus Award for Excellence in Librarianship
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  I believe my experience serving on the BCALA Executive Board and Boards of other groups and organizations would make me a good candidate for another opportunity to serve on the Board.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1Continue to work on increasing visibility and membership
  • Idea 2Increase professional development
  • Idea 3Improve our social media presence

Satia Orange

As a ten-year retiree and a second-generation librarian, I continue my advocacy for equitable services to marginalized communities. I treasure the experiences and relationships of many over the years. I value the lessons learned and shared, and the visions realized in partnership with colleagues and folks in communities small and large. I look forward to keep working with BCALA toward achieving its mission of service.
Please list all BCALA Involvement: BCALA member since mid-1980s – Chair, Program Committee, 1st NCAAL, Columbus, OH – Elected to BCALA Executive Board, 1996; resigned 1997 as new ALA/OLOS director, due to conflict of interest. – ALA/OLOS staff liason to BCALA, 1997-2009
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular: – Children’s librarian, Campus School, University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee – Manager, Forsyth County (NC) Public Library Main Library Children’s Room, Winston-Salem – Founding director, Arthur R. Ashe, Jr. Foreign Policy Library, TransAfrica Forum, Washington, DC – Director, ALA/OLOS (Office for Literacy & Outreach Services), Chicago, IL (ALA staff liaison to EMIERT, including Coretta Scott King Book Awards Committee, SRRT, GLBTRT, ABOS (Association of Bookmobile & Outreach Services), ARSL (Association of Rural & Small Libraries), Council Committee on Rural, Native & Tribal Libraries) – Contributor, “Library Services to Indigenous Populations: Viewpoints & Resources,” Kelly Webster, editor – Contributor, “From Outreach to Equity: Innovative Models from Policy to Practice,” Robin Osborne, editor – Contributor, The 21st-Century Black Librarian in America: Issues and Challenges, Andrew P. Jackson, Julius C. Jefferson, Jr., & Akilah S. Nosakhere, editors.
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  Initiated annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Celebration, ALA Midwinter Meeting, 2000- Collaborations with NALCo (national associations of librarians of color) to establish JCLC — – Distinguished Librarian Award, 2017, ALA-EMIERT – Distinguished Service award, 2012, JCLC – Award of Appreciation, Correta Scott King Book Awards Committee, ALA-EMIERT, 2009 – James Partridge Outstanding African American Information Professional Award, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland, College Park, 2001
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  Long- term BCALA affiliation – 40+ years of public service experience – creative and collaborative advocate
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Increased national visibility with local library personnel on all levels
  • Idea 2:  Collaboration with African American booksellers
  • Idea 3:  Continuation of collaboration with NALCo (national associations of librarians of color) toward increased presence in ALA.

Shamika Simpson

I am a tenured Collection Development & Outreach librarian and associate professor. I am passionate about increasing the diversity, inclusion and equity efforts for the student body. I am also passionate about ensuring food insecure students and underrepresented students get the resources they need to succeed. I have always been an advocate for extending the library and its services outside of the traditional brick and mortar buildings. I hold a BA from CSU Fresno and a MLIS from San Jose State. I began my career as a Library Aide in a community public library. The public library was the spark that the lit the flame of my library career. I have worked in a variety of library types and I have worked in various library positions.than membership.

Please list all BCALA Involvement: I do not have any involvement other than membership. I would love the opportunity to get involved and work with the BCALA community.
Professional Activities & Extra-Curricular:  2013 Received LBCC Student Success Award 2011-2013 Served as LBCC Library Club advisor 2012-2014 Held position of Secretary for Southern California Technical Processing Group (SCTPG)
Accomplishments/Awards & Honors:  Created a library food pantry for food insecure students. The pantry also includes school supplies. Team leader for the TedxComptonBlvd social team. Conducted all of the post event interviews. Presenter, Annual Beverly O’Neill Leadership conference, 2015 Presenter, Annual Palomar College Active Learning Leaders Conference, 2015 & 202 Presenter, 2nd Annual College Promise Male Summit at Long Beach City College, 2017 Interviewed for ALA LAMA Break Room Chats Podcast Interview on Community College Edition Part 1: An Intro to the Landscape with Shamika Simpson
What skills/experiences make you a good candidate to be a board member of BCALA?  I am dedicated, goal-oriented, energetic, team-player, tenacious, outgoing and creative. I am not intimidated by hard work and I continuously seek continuous improvement.
Name 3 specific things you see that need to be done to strengthen the Black Caucus?
  • Idea 1:  Awareness of the BCALA
  • Idea 2:  Awareness of benefits of membership

 

INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO VOTE FOR YOUR CANDIDATE:

Only current members of BCALA may participate in the election and you will only be allowed to vote once, so please review your ballot before voting.

If you do not have online access or do not wish to cast an electronic ballot, please contact Rudy Clay, Membership Chair at [email protected].  Rudy will assist you in getting a printed ballot that can be mailed in.

THE BALLOT WILL CLOSE ON APRIL 29, 2020.

Please follow the steps below to cast your 2020 Election Ballot:

  1. Follow this link for the ballot:  2020 – 2022 Executive Board Election.
  2. The Candidate page can be found at:https://www.bcala.org/2017-candidates
  3. Log on toMemberize.  If you don’t use this software, (or never have), the software will guide you toward completing a log-in name and a password.
  4. Enter the survey password:  Ivoted2020
  5. You will be given the opportunity to input your name, though you may remain anonymous if you so choose.  Either way, you will only be able to complete the ballot once.
  6. Complete the ballot
  7. Submit your survey and you have cast your ballot.

Memberize will tabulate the results of the vote which will be verified by the Organizational Director and the Nomination and Election Committee chair (BCALA Immediate Past President).

Thank you for your attention, support and participation,

2019-2020 BCALA Nomination and Election Committee

Denyvetta Davis, Chair

BCALA Immediate Past President

[email protected]