Leacy O'Callaghan-O'Brien Bids CLA Farewell

February 2002
Feliciter;2002, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p20
Interviews Leacy O'Callaghan-O'Brien, former associate executive director at the Canadian Library Association (CLA). Job responsibilities at CLA; Highlights of her tenure at CLA; Changes in CLA from 1987 to 2002; Scope of responsibilities as communications director at the Canadian National Site Licensing Project in Ottawa, Ontario.


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