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Unit Officer Candidates

2023 Unit Officer Candidate Information

If you are a candidate for an officer position in one of TLA’s Districts, Divisions or Round Tables, please complete this form no later than December 15. You are not able to save the form and continue editing at a later date. Questions? Contact Christy Reynolds. Thank you for your service to TLA!


Unit Candidate Bio Form

Please upload your candidate bios to this form.

Candidate's Information

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Note: Since space limitations may preclude using all information provided, please list in priority order in each category. It is our suggestion to list your most recent awards, jobs, and professional involvements first. You have editing freedom to adjust your biographical information to fit the space limitations.

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Statement of Concern

Your statement of concern should identify the critical issues you see facing the Association and the Texas library community and how these issues should be addressed. Please limit your statement to no more than 125 words. Statements in excess of 125 words will not be accepted. You have editing freedom to adjust your statement of concerns to fit the space limitations.
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