Federal and Armed Forces Libraries Round Table Board: 2011-2012
President (2011 - 2012)
Network Program Specialist
Library of Congress, FEDLINK
101 Independence Ave. SE LA217
Washington, DC 20540-4935
Bio: Anne Harrison has been a Network Program Specialist for FEDLINK, a division of the Library of Congress, since 2000. She supports the federal library community in the areas of preservation, digitization, and cataloging by administering FEDLINK contracts and serving as liaison to FEDLINK working groups.
Before arriving at the Library of Congress, she held positions as a systems analyst at the Department of Labor; a member services librarian at the CAPCON Library Network, where she provided cataloging and library automation support for non-federal libraries in the Mid-Atlantic region; and a cataloging librarian at Georgetown University.
She is a member of the Preservation and Reformatting Section of the Association for Library Collections & Technical Services and the Government Documents Round Table.
Anne has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Slavic Languages and Literatures from the University of Kansas and a Master of Science degree in Library and Information Science from Simmons College. In 2006-2007 she attended the Preservation Management Institute certificate program at Rutgers University.
Vice-President/President-Elect (2012 - 2013)
Virginia Sanchez< br/> General Librarian at Long Beach Public Library,
Report Officer/Editor at Six3Systems for DHS/ICE,
Intelligence Specialist at United States Navy Reserve
Federal Director (2011 - 2013)
Marla Whitney Chesler,
Acquisitions Lead Librarian
A/GIS/IPS/LIBR, HST Room 2438
Department of State - Ralph J. Bunche Library
Marla Whitney Chesler has been a federal librarian for the past six and a half years. She is currently the Lead Acquisitions Librarian at the Department of State Ralph J. Bunche Library. Prior to the Department of State, Marla was a Network Librarian at FEDLINK, a division of the Library of Congress. Her responsibilities at FEDLINK included responsibility for the serials contracts and support and training for OCLC Resource Sharing.
Before joining the federal workforce, Marla worked as Collection Development Librarian at Northeastern University, Customer Services Consultant at Faxon/Rowecom, Serials and Acquisitions product manager at the library automation vendor CARL/TLC, and as a Systems Librarian at the University of Hawaii Hamilton Library.
In addition to being a member of FAFLRT, Marla is also a member of ALA ALCTS Continuing Resources Section and has served as Member-at-Large and as the chair of Ulrich's Serials Librarianship Award Jury. Marla has a Bachelor's degree and a Master's in Library and Information Studies from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Federal Director (2010 - 2012)
Armed Forces Director (2011 - 2013)
Armed Forces Director (2011-2013)
Lucille M. Rosa
Head, Tech Services
Naval War College
686 Cushing Road
Newport, RI 02841-1207
Phone: (401) 841-6492
Secretary (2011 - 2013)
Presidio of Monterey
543 Lawton Rd., Suite 617a
Montery, CA 93944-3214
DSN (314) 768-5140
Kathleen Hanselmann is Chief Librarian for the Presidio of Montery in Monterey, California. She was the Library Director of RAF Lakenheath Base Library located in the United Kingdom from 2007 - 2012, where she won 2010 Air Force Library of The Year. She has directed other Air Force Base Libraries, McGuire AFB, Air Force Academy Base Library, Nellis AFB since 2001. Before that she worked at North Las Vegas Library as a Reference Librarian and Washoe County Library System as a Children’s Librarian.
Prior experience includes: working for a law firm in Dallas, Texas Instruments as the Semiconductor Librarian. She developed a Library Services business for the University of Texas at Dallas before going to Turkey to work at an isolated military library. When the base was closed in the run up to the first Gulf War, Kathleen worked for the Turkish Institute of Statistics in Ankara, Turkey for two years.
She moved to Germany in 1992 and worked at Patch Barracks, an Army Library in Stuttgart and for Radio Free Europe in Munich. Kathleen has been active in ALA and SLA since 1980 and served on the ALA Sirsi-Dynix Award Committee for Improving Library Workers’ Salaries and Status.
Kathleen Hanselmann received her Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Texas at Austin in 1981, her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Northern Illinois University in 1972.
Treasurer (2011 - 2013)
US Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory Library
4930 N. 31st Street, Bldg. 925
Forest Park, GA 30297
Bio: Jane Killian currently serves at the United States Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory and is tasked with building a virtual library. She previously worked as a Supervisory Librarian in the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Laboratory Library. Jane began employment in the FBI as the Public Services Librarian for the FBI’s Academy Library and began its bibliographic instructional program as an accredited class through the University of Virginia Continuing Education Program. As a UVA adjunct instructor, Jane has instructed domestic and international executive and upper management law enforcement personnel.
Before federal service, Jane was the Circulation and Interlibrary Loan Librarian at Berry College Memorial Library in Rome, Georgia. Prior to graduation as an MSLIS student at the University of Kentucky, Jane worked in the King Reference Library and the Geological Sciences Library.
Jane has been a member of the FAFLRT and ACRL groups of the American Library Association, the Special Library Association, the Georgia Library Association, and the Intelligience Community Librarian’s Consortium. Her undergraduate degree is in journalism from the University of Georgia.
National Agricultural Library
10301 Baltimore Avenue, Room G13
Beltsville, MD 20705-2351
Phone: (301) 504-5210
Fax: (301) 504-5243
Bio: Vicky Crone has worked as a Federal librarian for more than 17 years, primarily in technical services. She currently is the Head of the Continuing Resources Unit of the Acquisitions and Collection Development Branch at the National Agricultural Library, where she also serves on the Health and Safety committee, the Disaster Response for Collections committee, the AGRICOLA Strategy committee, and the Collection Development Committee.
Prior to working at NAL, Vicky was an Acquisitions Librarian for the Congressional Research Service, where she purchased monographs for use by CRS analysts, managed the Government Documents procurements for CRS, and oversaw the binding of government documents for the main reading room at the Library of Congress as well as CRS. Before joining CRS, Vicky served in Department of Defense libraries including the Air Force Historical Studies Office, the Naval Research Laboratory, and McChord and Laughlin Air Force bases.
Vicky served as the FEDLINK Advisory Council recording secretary from 2001 – 2007, and on the FLICC Human Resources Working Group from 2007 – 2010. She has served on the FLICC Preservation and Digitization Working Group since 2005. Vicky has a Bachelor of Science degree from Virginia Tech and a Master of Librarianship from the University of Washington.