Executive Team 2012-2013

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President: Jamila Hastick

 

Jamila Hastick is a second year MLIS student in the Librarianship stream. She has a Bachelor's degree in sociology with a minor in psychology and a Library and Information Technician Diploma. For the past three summers Jamila has worked for libraries within the federal government. Currently she works part-time providing reference services at Concordia University. She enjoys both technical services and reference work.

 

Jamila grew up in Ottawa but is happy to call Montreal her new home. She looks forward to becoming an active member of the Quebec library community.

 

 

 

 


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Website and Wiki Editor: Yoo Young (Grace) Lee

 

Yoo Young (Grace) Lee is a second year student in Librarianship. Grace holds a Bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems from Concordia University. She has worked as a website and database programmer for several research institutions and companies to build a web-accessible database and improve the interface of the websites. Grace completed an internship in the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling at Concordia University in the summer of 2012. Her tasks involved migrating content to the Drupal content management system and installing modules to make the website organized and readable.

 

Currently, Grace is in the ABQLA Publications Committee and works for the Canadian Pacific Archives as a cataloguer.

 

 


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Communications Officer: Veronica Ramshaw

 

Veronica Ramshaw is a second year McGill Masters of Library and Information Studies student focusing on Librarianship, with a strong interest in archives. She recently completed her four-year bachelor of fine arts program in Film Production at York University in Toronto. Originally from Guelph, Ontario, she worked for 3 years in the public library there.

 

 

 

 

 


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Treasurer: Laura Sanders

 

Laura Sanders is currently serving her second year as the Treasurer of the McGill Student Chapter of the ABQLA. Prior to starting library school, she taught English Literature to high school students at an international school in South Korea. After graduation, Laura hopes to continue her career as an educator by becoming either an academic or a school librarian.