NCCCLA Conference 2022

This year’s theme was You Me We Belong, which focused on encouraging sustainable changes that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in community college libraries for the benefit of all who utilize our library spaces.

Presentation Info

The conference started on Monday, March 14, and concluded Friday, March 18, 2022.


2022 Conference Planning Committee:
Brittany Champion (Pitt CC), NCCCLA President, Conference Chair: bnchampion711@my.pittcc.edu
Shannon Paul (Richmond CC), NCCCLA VP, Conference Sessions Coordinator: slpaul@richmondcc.edu
Maria Luisa Saldarriaga Osorio (Surry CC), Treasurer: osoriom@surry.edu
Alicia Hartley (Caldwell CC) , Treasurer & Membership: ahartley@cccti.edu
BJ Thompson (CCCC), Exhibitor Coordinator: bthom583@cccc.edu
Angela Davis (Pitt CC), Webmaster: adavis@email.pittcc.edu
Samantha O’Connor, NCCCLA Past-President

Conference Information . . .

Keynote Speaker

Shamella Cromartie, MLS, is Associate Dean for Hunter Library at Western Carolina University. She is a graduate of North Carolina Central University’s Master of Library Science program and has worked in public and academic libraries. She began her college career and professional library career with community colleges and continues to believe in the values and…

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Session Proposals: You Me We Belong

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