SPRING ELECTIONS!

It is election time again!  Please take the time to vote for a new Secretary and a new Treasurer for ASIS&T @ PRATT.  Voting will be open until February 10.

→NEW! – Potential officers have added personal statements in the comments section.

Secretary:

Travis Harwood

Denise Pasquinelli

Treasurer:

Davis Erin Anderson

Chris Weller


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4 thoughts on “SPRING ELECTIONS!

  1. Hi.

    I’m Chris. I’m running for treasurer. I thought it would make sense to say a little about my interest in ASIS&T.

    By trade, I’m a website producer, or product manager if you will. I’ve worked a big companies and startups over the years. So I’ve got that going for me.

    I’m interested in being a part of ASIS&T’s leadership because it’s the one student group at SILS that is about the “information” part of SILS. That’s where my interests lie and that’s the area I have the most to offer others. I am excited about this group because when you get a bunch of geeks in a room, interesting things are bound to happen.

    ASIS&T at Pratt is a young organization and it takes a lot of energy to grow a student group. Whether or not I’m part of the elected leadership, I hope that when I graduate next year I have helped establish ASIS&T on solid ground.

    I’m running for treasurer specifically because I’m pretty sure I’d have to be at all the bake sales.

    Mmmmm pie.

  2. Greetings!

    Allow me to introduce myself.

    I am Denise and I am running for Secretarty of ASIS&T.

    I hail from Portland, OR. where I was involved with various public libraries and museums doing various library oriented activities. Most notably, conceptually based public programming.
    It was fun, and I miss it.
    I mention this because I want to help ASIS&T at Pratt continue to grow into an active and engaging community group for students at Pratt-I think this is a vital aspect to out experience as students.
    But why with ASIS&T you ask?
    Because while my past is in libraries, My future is in information. I am excited by the possibilities in the way WE, as budding information professionals, are currently shaping “information professions”. We are here at an exciting time, and I am eager to be a part of the movement.

    Collaborating with fellow ASIS&T members and leadership to create information technology oriented activites and programs here at Pratt seems like a good place to start.

    Thank You.

    Denise Pasquinelli

  3. Hi all-

    I’m Travis and I’m running for secretary of ASIS&T.

    Like Chris and Denise, I thought I’d give a little information about myself. I’m a first-year SILS student and my interest lies in Information Architecture.

    I think ASIS&T is a great organization and, as Treasurer, I would look forward to working with leadership to help grow the Pratt chapter. I see ASIS&T at Pratt as a place for tech-minded SILS students to find information about local organizations, meetings and internships.

    I’m organized, creative and like to take notes… so I hope you’ll vote for me (but, also, good luck Denise!).
    Thanks!
    Travis Harwood

  4. Hello all –

    What a great idea, introductions through comments!

    My name is Davis and I’m a candidate for the treasurer position. I was inspired to run for office at ASIS&T after hearing Kendra’s inspiring presentation on the mission of the Pratt chapter. I’m always up for becoming a part of a fledgling group and I think this one deserves to have a long and healthy life at Pratt.

    Right now I work as a music librarian at a classical music publishing company (which is as old school library as it gets – we work exclusively with paper) but I livened it up a bit by setting up a SharePoint database for my department. I’ve been interested in the technical side of librarianship for a while now, and it is great to see a professional affiliation that supports this aspect of LIS studies.

    I’m good with money and I perversely enjoy working my way though bureaucracy, so I hope you’ll consider casting your vote for me! Thanks!

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