PSLA Board of Directors

Front Row (left to right): Laura Ward (Executive Secretary), Erika Rhodeside (Treasurer); Cathi Fuhrman (President-Elect); Allison Mackley (President); Jennifer Bates (Immediate Past President); Robin Burns (Vice President)

Second Row (left to right): Ann Schmidt (Director); Mary Schwander (Director); Craig McFeely (Director); Aimee Emerson (Director); Allison Burrell (Secretary) 

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President: Allison Mackley 
School District & Position: Derry Township School District - NBCT Librarian and K-12 Library Department Chair

President-Elect: Cathi Fuhrman
School District & Position: Hempfield School District, Library Department Supervisor

Vice PresidentRobin Burns
School District & Position: Salisbury Township School District - Salisbury High School Librarian

SecretaryAllison Burrell
School District & Position: Bloomsburg Area School District; K-5 Librarian

TreasurerErika Rhodeside
School District & Position: Hempfield School District Librarian

Immediate Past President:  Jennifer Bates
School District & Position: Central Columbia School District- High School Librarian

Director:  Aimee Emerson
School District & Position: Bradford Area School District -  Middle School Librarian

Director:  Craig McFeely
School District & Position: Chambersburg Area School District Teacher Librarian & Head Teacher

Director:  Ann Schmidt
School District & Position: Conrad Weiser Library Media Specialist

Director:  Mary Schwander
School District & Position: New Hope-Solebury High School Librarian


Leadership in the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association

The PSLA Operations Committee is charged with preparing the annual slate of candidates for the Board of Directors and Officers (Secretary, Treasurer, Vice President, President-Elect, President, Immediate Past President).

Members have the opportunity to express interest in being considered or recommending fellow members for these roles. Interested members should consider the guidelines below before indicating interest.

Visit this document to find out more:  The Path to Becoming a PSLA Officer or Board Director