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FLA Executive 2014 - 2015

Brian Jackson
Brian received an MLIS from the University of Alberta in 2010. Since 2012, he has been a librarian at Mount Royal University with responsibility for Earth and Environmental Sciences, Languages and Cultures, and Data and GIS services. In his spare time, he can be found swimming laps at the pool, hiking in Kananaskis, or just being a dad. He blogs at http://themapcabinet.ca.
 Vice President
Jessie Loyer
Jessie Loyer is Cree-Métis and a member of Michel First Nation. She is a librarian at Mount Royal University, the liaison for Indigenous Studies and Anthropology. The FLA was invaluable for her to connect with other librarians when she joined the Calgary community in 2012.
Donna Campbell
Donna is currently teaching in the Library Technicians program at SAIT. Donna's education includes degrees in computing science, library science, an MBA and a doctorate in Higher Education. She has worked in academic, government and special libraries, and is Past President of the Alberta Library Trustees Association. Her spare time is spent catering to the whims of her rescue cats, travelling when she can get away, and keeping up with her Book Club readings. She looks forward to contributing to FLA and meeting new members.
Morgan Hordal

Morgan is the Student Engagement Librarian and liaison librarian for the School of Health & Public Safety at SAIT. She holds both a Master of Library and Information Studies and a Bachelor of Secondary Education from the University of Alberta. In her free time she enjoys snowboarding, cross-country skiing, traveling, and exploring our beautiful Rocky Mountain backyard. Morgan is very excited to get to know the Calgary library community!

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Jessica Norman & Liba Levicek 
Jessica holds a B.S. in Biology and a M.L.S. from Indiana University. Her focus during her 10 years at various community college libraries has been information literacy and instruction.  She joined SAIT Library staff in fall 2012 as the Coordinator of Library Instruction and enjoys the opportunity to work with diverse programs at such as baking, welding, manufacturing, and event planning. She spends time outside of work volunteering with Calgary Food Bank, reading science fiction novels, and traveling.       
 FLA Connects
Madelaine Vanderwerff
Daniel de Castro  

Danny holds a MLIS from the University of Alberta and an MEd from the University of Calgary.  He is currently employed as an instructor for the Library Information Technology Program in the School of Information and Communication Technology at SAIT.  He has 10 years’ experience in adult education, information management, special, and academic libraries. 

Madelaine Vanderwerff
Madelaine earned her MLIS from the University of Alberta and started her career as a media librarian for the Film and Video Arts Society before moving back to Calgary to work as a law librarian for the Ministry of Justice. She is currently the Criminal Justice and Sociology librarian at Mount Royal University and has sat on the FLA executive since 2010. In her spare time she enjoys doting on her daughter, travelling, enjoying the outdoors, working on her century old home and occasionally slipping out to see a good rock show.