TALL Texans Leadership Institute

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The Texas Library Association is proud to announce the TALL Texans Class of 2015

Emily Billings, Tarrant College, Fort Worth
Len Bryan, Texas State Library and Archives Commission, Austin
Laurel Crawford, University of North Texas, Denton
Edgar Fuentes, Houston Public Library
Kelli Getz, University of Houston
Carrie Gits, Austin Community College
Mark Gottschalk, South Plains College, Levelland
Jacqueline Higginbotham, New Caney ISD
Jan Hodge, Crowley ISD
Ashlynn Kogut, Texas Medical Center Library, Houston
Leah Mann, Lewisville ISD
Maya McElroy, Austin ISD
Daisy Ngo, Houston Community College
Tuan Nguyen, Mackin Educational Resources, Burnsville
Cynthia Pfledderer, Southlake Public Library
Robyn Reid, Texas Christian University
Lisa Scroggins, Claud H. Gilmer Memorial Library, Rocksprings
Gail Shipley, Dallas ISD
Jane Stimpson, San Jacinto College, Houston
Jake Syma, Texas Tech University, Lubbock
MyTesha Tates, Houston Public Library
Claudia Wayland, Lewisville Public Library
Peace Williamson, University of Texas at Arlington
Roberto Zapata, San Antonio Public Library

The TALL Texans Leadership Development Institute provides advanced leadership and management education in service to all the libraries of Texas and the communities they serve. Participants study strategic planning, risk-taking, conflict negotiation, teambuilding, coaching, ethics, advocacy, personal career planning, and more. This transformational program helps attendees learn and embrace their potential to take new initiative for their institutions, their profession, and their stakeholders. A full list of institute topics may be found here.

The 2015 Institute is scheduled for July 19-22.



  FACILITATORS Sullivan and Siggins
Montserrat main building LOCATION   MENTORS TALL Mentors 2006
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What else should you know about the Institute?

The Leadership Development Institute is the major activity by which TLA, through its Leadership Development Program, endeavors to provide a statewide impetus for expanded leadership education opportunities for all TLA members. With the Leadership Development Institute, the Texas Library Association is providing a high-quality, 3-day, intensive learning experience for the Institute participants. TLA is also keeping participant cost to a minimum by underwriting a substantial amount of the cost for the Institute. The Texas Library Association is providing this level of support as a part of its commitment to its membership and the profession.

Created on Sep 17, 2010 | Last updated August 03, 2015