Contact ALISE

Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE)
2150 N 107th St, Suite 205
Seattle WA 98133
206-209-5267 office
206-367-8777 fax
[email protected]

ALISE is a professional organization made up of volunteers, and its work is conducted with the administrative support provided by SBI Association Management. SBI serves many other local, national, and international nonprofit associations. To contact ALISE, you may write, call or send us an e-mail. When you call the ALISE Office, any one of the SBI staff will be able to help you.

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Executive Director
Andrew Estep, CAE

As Executive Director, Andrew Estep provides direct support to the Board of Directors, staffing their meetings, providing both strategic guidance and operational planning support. He also leads the team that serves ALISE.

Membership Support
Sara Dyel

In their Membership Support roles, Jack and Sara are the first to answer the phones and respond to general member inquiries. They also support all of the ALISE events and activities including Awards, webinars and [email protected]

Conference Manager
Karen Thompson

Karen Thompson is the ALISE Conference Manager. She works with the ALISE President and Conference Committee to plan and manage the annual conference.

Marketing & Communications
Shantae Young

Website updates and email messages are the responsibility of Shantaé Young. She also builds out and manages an annual Communications Calendar for ALISE.

Finance
Michelle Geller

Michelle Geller handles much of the ALISE bookkeeping including accounts payable and financial reports.

 

Submitting Updates to ALISE.org

Send a message to [email protected]. Include:

  • URL 
  • location on the page (i.e. 2nd paragraph from the bottom)
  • update that needs to be made (i.e. Smith should be spelled "Smyth")

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