MAA Board and Officer Election 2022
The positions being voted on in this year’s election are as follows: Vice President/President-Elect (two-year term in each role), Conference Coordinator(1-year term*), and two Members-at-Large (each three-year terms). To nominate additional candidates, a petition signed by at least 10 MAA members must be presented to the Secretary, Stefanie Caloia, no later than 10:00 a.m. on Friday, June 17, 2022.
*The Conference Coordinator position is typically a two-year term timed to overlap with other board positions for continuity. We are looking to fill this empty position for 2022-2023, and in 2023 it will return to a two-year term as usual.
Vice President/President-Elect (2022-2026)
Taylor Henning is the University Archivist at the Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs at Wayne State University. She has a MS/LIS from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, a MA in German Studies from Florida State University, and a BA in German and International Affairs from Florida State University. Before coming to Wayne State, Taylor worked at the University of Illinois Archives where she provided university reference services, served as an Archives Assistant for the National Council of Teachers of English and the Ad Council, and worked in the Records and Information Management office. She is particularly passionate about providing equitable access in archives and seeking to collect and preserve records of underrepresented communities. In her free time, Taylor enjoys embroidery, playing with her cats, and spending time with her husband and baby girl.
Conference Coordinator (2022-2023)
Members-at-Large (two positions, 2022-2025)
Mark Prindiville has been the Diocesan Archivist for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Saginaw for the last year and a half and until recently, has served as a member of the Nominating Committee for the Michigan Archival Association. Mark has an MLIS and Archival Administration Certification from Wayne State University, as well as a Bachelor of Science and Master of Art in History from Central Michigan University. Mark has previously worked for the Archdiocese of San Francisco, the Hoover Institution Library & Archive, the Flat Rock Public Library, and the Walter P. Reuther Library of Labor & Urban Affairs.
Sarah Lebovitz is the Service Employees International Union Archivist at the Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs. As one of many labor union archivists at the Reuther, she handles collection development, fieldwork, processing, reference, donor relations, and archival outreach on behalf of SEIU and its collections at the Reuther. She received her Master of Science in Information from the University of Michigan and studied anthropology and religion in her undergraduate.
We look forward to seeing you in Grand Rapids!
MAA 2022 Nominating Committee