DCLA 2020/2021 Executive Board and Award Nominations
The District of Columbia Library Association (DCLA) is seeking a few good humans who are interested in serving the local community of library and information science professionals through the DCLA Executive Board. This year marks the end of the #DCLA125 celebration and there are many great opportunities to develop your leadership skills, network, and advance your career. 

Explore each role's duties at dcla.org

Timeline
May 22-June 7, 2020 | Nominations Accepted
June 8-18 | DCLA Elections (Current Members Only)
June 22 | 2020/2021 DCLA Executive Board Announcement
June 24 | DCLA Virtual Reception & Board Induction

Nominations
Current DCLA members may self-nominate or nominate others. Student members are eligible to be nominated. If you're membership has lapsed you can still nominate yourself, you'll just need to renew your membership prior to the election. Contact Past President Nick Brown at nabrown88@gmail.com with questions.
First Name *
Last Name *
Email Address *
Phone Number *
State of Residence *
Current Job Title *
Employer or Institution (if student) *
Select the roles you/your nominee would be interested in (one or multiple). *
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Provide a short (3-5 sentence) explanation of why you/the nominee would be interested in serving on the DCLA Executive Board. *
Annual Award Nominations
DCLA presents a series of annual awards to recognize colleagues whose exemplary service has advanced the profession and community. Nominations for the awards are being accepted as part of the Board nomination form. Contact Tracy Sumler (president@dcla.org) with any questions. View a list of past awardees here.

2020 Awards:
Ainsworth Rand Spofford President's Award
Community Service Award
Distinguished Service Award
Elizabeth W. Stone Outstanding New Leader Award

Criteria for the awards can be found on dcla.org
Nomination: Share the name(s) of your nominee(s) and the award(s) you propose they be considered to receive. There's no limit to the number of nominations you may provide.
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