In addition to James King, Karen Huffman was just named a SLA Fellow as well. Please join us in congratulating her!! Karen has been involved not only with SLA but also several local and distance library school programs.
For those who haven't had a chance to meet Karen here's a brief bio:
Karen has worked 25 years for National Geographic Society in various roles. She is currently a member of the Software as a Service (SaaS) team in the Information Systems & Technology division, supporting the enterprise and its business needs through hosted, cloud-based solutions such as Google Apps for Business. Her recent external involvement includes chairing the Knowledge Management Division in 2010 for the Special Libraries Association (wiki.sla.org/display/slakm/) (http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=sladkm&search=tag), participating as an advisory board member for University of Buffalo’s library program, and consulting on the technology courses and competencies offered by Catholic University’s library program. Karen’s specialties include facilitating communication and engagement strategiesthrough knowledge management techniques and collaborative models, streamlining and managing workflows to improve business processes, and training and development. For additional details on educational background, contributions to our profession, and personal interest, visit Karen’s vitae, available on her website: www.cybersailors.com/vitae.html.