Jennisen Lucas, District Librarian for the Park County School District #6 in Cody, Wyoming, is one of two candidates for the 2021-2022 American Association of School Librarians (AASL) presidential term.
Jennisen is currently serving on the AASL Board of Directors as the Region 9 Director. Her most recent AASL volunteer involvement includes chair of the standards implementation committee, member of the school librarians as leaders position statement task force, and member of the leadership development committee. Along with AASL, Lucas is a member of ALSC and YALSA.
“AASL is an amazing group of talented school librarians at all levels,” Jennisen said. “In my roles on various committees and as a regional director, I have come to better understand the overarching concerns and goals of our profession. It’s an honor to be selected to run for president-elect.”
Phoebe B. Warmack, director of the William H. White Jr. Library and Reynolds Family Learning Commons at the Woodberry Forest (Va.) School, is the other candidate for the AASL president-elect position.
The full slate of AASL candidates can be found at www.ala.org/aasl/elections. Ballot mailing for the 2020 ALA election will begin on March 9, 2020, and will run through April 1, 2020. To vote, AASL membership must be current as of January 31, 2020. The American Association of School Librarians is a division of the American Library Association (ALA).