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African American Medical Librarians Alliance Caucus

Members: 242     Discussions: 1921     Files: 3

The African American Medical Librarians Alliance Caucus (AAMLA) is committed to providing leadership and support on issues such as recruiting and retaining diverse librarians, developing mentoring and leadership for minority librarians, and creating a repository of information on the expert skills and special abilities of minority librarians in MLA, particularly those of African American descent.

AAMLA stands committed to bringing the challenges and issues of minority librarians and information professionals to the forefront. Our role is to help all medical librarians and information professionals understand and appreciate the dynamics of cultural diversity, as well as to recognized and address the needs for cultural competence in the healthcare environments.

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AAMLA Leaders 

Beverly Murphy, AHIP, FMLA
Duke University Med.Cntr.
Chair; Community Council Alternate
Faith Steele, AHIP
Michael S. Fitts, Mr.
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Immediate Past-Chair; Community Council Representative
Jacqueline Freeman
University of Michigan - Taubman Health Sciences Library
Delegate, Professionalism and Leadership Domain Hub
Shannon Shaunette Glover, AHIP
Northeast Georgia Medical Center
Delegate, Education Domain Hub
Tanisha N. Mills
Northeast Georgia Health System
Delegate, Clinical Support Domain Hub
Alia Spencer
Palm Beach State College
Delegate, Information Management Domain Hub
Shanell T. Stephens
University of Maryland, Baltimore
Delegate, Innovation & Research Practice Domain Hub
Stacy Torian
New York University
Delegate, Information Services Domain Hub
April Wright
NNLM Region 1, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Delegate, Health Equity & Global Health Domain Hub