Natalia Fernández, curator and archivist of the Oregon Multicultural Archives and the Oregon State University’s Queer Archives, received the I Love My Librarian Award for 2017, sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the New York Public Library, and The New York Times. Recognized for her leadership in transforming lives and communities through education and lifelong learning, Fernández is one of ten people this year to receive the national award. Rana Hutchinson Salzmann is SAA’s new director of education. She brings to her new position many talents and an eclectic background as an education specialist, interdisciplinary technologist, and project manager. For the past four years, Salzmann served as director of library and information technology at Meadville Lombard Theological School, where she has led library, archives, and technology initiatives for a hybrid, distance-learning graduate program that trains students to become community leaders and activists. Previously, she served on the staff of the American Planning Association, working with the Education, Conference, and Research teams to devise training tools, curricula, and publications for members. She has also worked as head of reference and electronic services for the Brookfield (Illinois) Public Library and taught composition for first-year college students. Barbara Teague, SAA Fellow, has been appointed Executive Director of the Council of State Archivists (CoSA), effective January 1, 2018. Her contributions to the profession range from committee and board service in many national, regional, and state archival organizations, among them SAA and the National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators (NAGARA).
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