Finance Committee

Events

  1. Nov 4 2022

    ILA Finance and Executive Committee Meetings

    Friday, Nov 4, 2022 9:00am–11:00am

    Zoom Meeting

  2. Feb 24 2023

    ILA Finance and Executive Committee Meetings

    Friday, Feb 24, 2023 10:00am–12:00pm

  3. May 12 2023

    ILA Finance and Executive Committee Meetings

    Friday, May 12, 2023 10:00am–12:00pm

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Committee Charge

Ensures that the association remains fiscally sound by monitoring association finances and developing fiscal policies; submits a recommended annual budget to the ILA Executive Board.


Committee Composition

Consists of three board members serving two-year, staggered terms, the past president serving for one year, and the treasurer serving as chair. Each incoming ILA president appoints members. Nonvoting ex officio members are the ILA executive director, the ILA president, and the ILA vice president/president-elect.


  1. Julie M Milavec Julie M Milavec, Treasurer Library Director at Downers Grove Public Library

    Treasurer Term ends 06/30/2023

  2. Jeanne Hamilton Jeanne Hamilton, Member Director at Bloomington Public Library

    Member Term ends 06/30/2023

  3. Karolyn Nance Karolyn Nance, Member Director at Bartlett Public Library District

    Member Term ends 06/30/2023

  4. Michelle Oh Michelle Oh, Member Education Librarian at Oakton Community College

    Member Term ends 06/30/2024

  5. Alex C. Todd Alex C. Todd, Member Executive Director at Prospect Heights Public Library District

    Member Term ends 06/30/2024

  6. Heather Jagman Heather Jagman, Ex officio Librarian at DePaul University Library

    Ex officio Term ends 06/30/2024

  7. Ryan Johnson Ryan Johnson, Ex officio Library Director at O'Fallon Public Library

    Ex officio Term ends 06/30/2025

  8. Cyndi Robinson Cyndi Robinson, Staff liaison Executive Director at Illinois Library Association

    Staff liaison Term ends 06/30/2025


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