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The REFORMA de Florida chapter is back in the saddle, as the REFORMA de Florida Vision 2020 Task Force has updated the chapter’s bylaws to reflect its membership’s desire for outreach in all parts of the state and fleshed out its objectives.
Additionally, preparations have begun for the first ever REFORMA de Florida Meet & Greet, to be held on Friday, October 23 from 7 pm-8 pm EST. Members and interested non-members are invited to relax with a favorite beverage. During our time together attendees will be introduced to members of the Task Force, learn how to join REFORMA and the chapter, and get to know each other a little better.
A few weeks after the Meet & Greet, an email will be sent to members with a copy of the updated bylaws. Members will be invited to the first ever REFORMA de Florida Virtual Member Meeting, on Friday, November 6 at 7 pm EST. At that time members will vote on the updated bylaws, learn about the future of the chapter, and be notified about the need for members to run in the upcoming election. Interested individuals will learn how to submit their names for nomination.
The members of the Task Force are very excited to welcome members and prospective members!
Task Force Chair
Alma Ramos-McDermott, Media Specialist, Lake Trafford Elementary School, Immokalee, FL
Isabel Castro, Branch Manager, Branch Book Branch Library, Newark, NJ
Alicia Long, Access Services Supervisor, Bradenton Library, State College of Florida, Bradenton, FL
Lucía González, Director, North Miami Public Library, North Miami, FL
Manny Figueroa, Talent Development and Training Manager, Library Services, Queens Public Library, Queens, NY
REFORMA de Florida