Access Innovations, Inc., provider of Data Harmony software solutions, is proud to announce that Heather Kotula, VP, Marketing and Communications for Access Innovations, has been named a Fellow of the Special Libraries Association (SLA).
Fellowship in SLA is bestowed on active, mid-career SLA members in recognition of past, present and future service to the association and the profession. Fellows are called upon and expected to advise the association’s Board of Directors, prepare necessary documentation, and alert the membership to issues and trends warranting action. Individuals receiving this honor will be able to use the title Fellow of the Special Libraries Association.
“We at the Special Libraries Association are highly thankful for all the work Heather has done for the Association,” says Michael Rosenberg, Director of Membership Engagement at SLA. “With this award, we look forward to more of her creative efforts in the future.”
“It is an honor to be named a Fellow of SLA,” comments Heather Kotula, “I am proud to join the ranks of this notable group, and I am eager to play a part in shaping SLA’s future.”
The purpose of the Fellows is to support the association by serving as a resource for the membership, the Board of Directors, and the staff on SLA goals and initiatives.
These may include but are not limited to mentoring, teaching, speaking, serving as ambassadors for member recruitment and retention, and promoting the value of information professionals.
Founded in 1978, Access Innovations is the pioneer and industry leader in making information assets easily and automatically discoverable. Our major advantage is our patented, award-winning Data Harmony software, combined with the technical expertise to create information discovery systems that meet unique client needs.
About the Special Libraries Association – https://www.sla.org/
The Special Libraries Association (SLA), founded in 1909, is a nonprofit international organization for innovative information professionals and their strategic partners. SLA serves information professionals in more than 50 countries and in a range of working environments, including business, academia, and government. SLA promotes and strengthens its members through learning, advocacy, and networking initiatives. For more information, visit sla.org.