State Advisory Council on Libraries - SACL

The State Advisory Council on Libraries (SACL) is a general advisory group appointed by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

To insure input from all types of libraries, the State Advisory Council on Libraries (SACL) consists of 16 members with representation from public, academic, school, special and institution libraries, as well as libraries serving the blind and physically handicapped. In addition, five members of the council represent users of all types of libraries.

Appointed to Terms Ending 9-30-2013

  • Christine Brown -Academic Libraries - Beginning 9-10

Appointed to Terms Ending 9-30-2014

  • Maureen Ambrosino - Public Libraries - Beginning 9-11
  • Jean Canosa Albano - Public Libraries - Beginning 9-11
  • Virginia Hewitt -Libraries Serving People with Disabilities- Beginning 9-11
  • Amy Hwang - Academic Libraries - Beginning 9-11
  • Alison Kenney - Library Users - Beginning 9-11
  • Rebecca Mazur - School Libraries - Beginning 9-11
  • Roland Ochsenbein - Library Users - Beginning 9-11
  • Sarah Watkins - Special Libraries - Beginning 9-11
  • Jane Weisman - Library Users - Beginning 9-11

Appointed to Terms Ending 9-30-2015

  • Lisa Castoldi - Institutional Libraries - Beginning 9-10
  • Richard Callaghan - Public Libraries - Beginning 9-09
  • Gerri Guyote- Public Libraries - Beginning 9-09
  • Laurie Ann Riley -School Libraries - Beginning 9-09
  • Melissa Saalfield - Library Users - Beginning 9-12
  • Graeme Williams - Library Users - Beginning 11-09

MBLC Liaison

  • Alice Welch
This Web site, and other programs of the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners, is funded in part with funds from the
Institute of Museum and Library Services, a federal agency that fosters innovation, leadership and a lifetime of learning.
Page last updated on 11/7/2012