Karleen Delaurier-Lyle Named a 2023 Core Emerging Leader
For Immediate Release
Advocacy and EDI Program Officer
Core: Leadership, Infrastructure, Futures
American Library Association
CHICAGO—Core: Leadership, Infrastructure, Futures is pleased to announce that Karleen Delaurier-Lyle has been selected as a Core Emerging Leader (EL). Delaurier-Lyle serves as the Information Services Librarian at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus where she focuses on indigenous librarianship, library instruction, reference services, and critical indigenous literacy.
Delaurier-Lyle says, "I am so excited to meet other early professionals and find collaborative ways for our talents and areas of interest to contribute to projects that give back to our profession!"
One of 49 library workers chosen from across the U.S. and Canada, Delaurier-Lyle will participate in project planning work groups, network with peers, gain an inside look into the ALA structure, and have an opportunity to serve the profession in a leadership capacity. Following a virtual, day-long kickoff session during the ALA LibLearnX: The Library Learning Experience (LibLearnX), the program will continue in an online learning and networking environment for six months, culminating in a presentation of the groups' work at the 2023 ALA Annual Conference in Chicago, IL. this June. Core is sponsoring three Emerging Leaders for 2023. Learn more about the ALA Emerging Leaders Program.
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