If you still need to register for the ULA conference, go to:
Also, make plans for one of our featured keynote speakers:
May 14th, 9:30am
Maureen Sullivan is a widely recognized leader and educator in the library profession. She was the 2012-2013 president of the American Library Association. Her career has included positions as the human resources administrator at two major research libraries; a consultant and trainer with the Association of Research Libraries; a member of the faculty in the Managerial Leadership in the Information Professions PhD program at Simmons College and in one of the annual institutes sponsored by the Harvard Graduate School of Education. From January to June of 2013, she was the Interim dean of the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Simmons College. Maureen has designed and delivered the MPLA Leadership Institute since its founding in 2004.
During her term as ALA president she launched The Promise of Libraries Transforming Communities, a partnership with The Harwood Institute for Public Innovation, to prepare librarians to be conveners of community engagement and public innovators in their communities. She also worked with the Harvard Graduate School of Education to establish the first Library Leadership in a Digital Age institute. ALA created its first national leadership institute, Leading to the Future. She currently serves as an advisor to the Aspen Institute on Rising to the Challenge: Re-Envisioning Public Libraries.