ILA Reporter Advisory Committee

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Committee Spotlight - ILA Reporter Advisory Committee
May 14, 2021
Obstacles always present opportunities. The 2020/21 ILA Reporter Advisory Committee members had the pleasure of serving in a year when many unique opportunities presented themselves.To begin, all ILA committees and forums were invited to th…

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Events

  1. Oct 13 2022

    ILA Reporter Advisory Committee Meeting

    Thursday, Oct 13, 2022 2:00pm

    Zoom Meeting

  2. Nov 10 2022

    ILA Reporter Advisory Committee Meeting

    Thursday, Nov 10, 2022 2:00pm

    Zoom Meeting

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Committee Charge

To work with the ILA Executive Director to help ensure quality content in the ILA Reporter and to assist in obtaining that content.


Committee Composition

Composed of six members, serving two-year, staggered terms.


Guidelines for submissions to the ILA Reporter


Committee Reports


  1. Jennifer Robertson Jennifer Robertson, Chair Adult Program Librarian at Carbondale Public Library

    Chair Term ends 06/30/2023

  2. John L. Amundsen John L. Amundsen, Member Business Librarian at Wilmette Public Library District

    Member Term ends 06/30/2023

  3. Mary Aylmer Mary Aylmer, Member Director at Chillicothe Public Library District

    Member Term ends 06/30/2024

  4. Wendell G Johnson Wendell G Johnson, Member Social Sciences Librarian at Northern Illinois University Libraries

    Member Term ends 06/30/2024

  5. Joshua Short Joshua Short, Member Treasurer at Louis Latzer Memorial Public Library

    Member Term ends 06/30/2023

  6. Courtney Volny Courtney Volny, Member Winnetka-Northfield Public Library District

    Member Term ends 06/30/2024

  7. Becky Spratford Becky Spratford, Board liaison Trustee at La Grange Public Library

    Board liaison Term ends 06/30/2023

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

    Staff liaison Term ends 06/30/2025


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