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Board Members

President
(2018-2019)
Meredith Farkas
Faculty Librarian
Portland Community College
Vice President – President Elect
(2018-2019)
Candise Branum
Director of Library Services
Oregon College of Oriental Medicine
Past President
(2018-2019)
Steve Silver
Director of Kellenberger Library
Northwest Christian University
Private Colleges Representative
(2017 – 2019)
Angie Beiriger
Humanities & Digital Scholarship Librarian
Reed College
Legislative Representative
(2017-2019)
Kim Olson-Charles
Assistant Professor of Library and Information Science
Distance Education & Reference Librarian
Concordia University
State Library Representative
(2017-2019)
Tamara Ottum
Virtual Reference Librarian
Library Support and Development Services
State Library of Oregon
Community Colleges Representative
(2018-2020)
Rick Ball
Learning Research Center Director
Klamath Community College
Public Universities Representative
(2017-2019)
Christopher Mansayon
Public Services – Information Services Assistant
Western Oregon University
Member at Large
(2018-2020)
Patrick Wohlmut
Teaching and Research Librarian
Linfield College
Member at Large
(2018-2020)
Katherine Donaldson
Social Sciences/Education Librarian
University of Oregon
Member at Large
(2017-2019)
Sarah Rowland
Head of Technical Services
Eastern Oregon University
Member at Large
(2017-2019)
Janet Tapper
University Librarian
University of Western States
Communications Coordinator
(2018-2020)
Aja Bettencourt-McCarthy
Head of Public Services
Oregon Institute of Technology

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