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Library administrator

Lois Ann Fitzpatrick, American library administrator. Member Montana library association (task force for White House conference 1991, chair government affairs committee 1996,; Club: Soroptimist International of Helena (2d vice president 1984-1985, president 1986-1987).

Background

Fitzpatrick, Lois Ann was born on March 27, 1952 in Yonkers, New York, United States. Daughter of Thomas Joseph and Dorothy Ann (Nealy) Sullivan.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Sociology, Mercy College, 1974. Master of Library Science, Pratt Institute, 1975. Clerk Yonkers (New York) Public Library, 1970-1973, librarian trainee, 1973-1975, librarian I, 1975-1976.

Reference librarian Carroll College Library, Helena, Montana, 1976-1979, acting director, 1979, assistant professor, 1979-1989, director, 1980, associate professor, 1989. Chairman arrangements Montana Governor's Pre White House Conference on Libraries, Helena, 1977-1978. Member steering committee Reference Point cooperative program for libraries, 1991.

Member of advisory committee Helena College of Technology Library., 1994. Advisory county Montana Library. Superior vena cava syndrome, 1996.

Member Networking Task Force, Laws Revision Task Force. President elect Helena Area Health Science Libraries Cons., 1979-1984, president, 1984-1988. Board directors Montana FAXNET.

Co-chairman interest group Online Computer Library Center. Chairman local arrangements Montana Governor's Pre White House Conference. Member of advisory board Helena College of Technology.

Board directors Montana Race for the Cure.

Career

Clerk Yonkers Public Library., 1970-1973, library trainee, 1973-1975, library I, 1975-1976. Reference library Carroll College Library., Helena, Montana, 1976-1979, acting director, 1979, director, since 1980. Assistant professor Carroll College, 1979-1989, associate professor, 1989-1999, professor, since 2000.

Board directors Montana Shares since 2000. Chairman arrangements Montana Governor's Pre White House Conference on Libraries, Helena, 1977-1978. Member steering committee Reference Point cooperative program for libraries, 1991.

Member advisory committee Helena College of Technology Library., since 1994. Advisory council Montana Library. Services, 1996-2000; member Networking Task Force, 1998-2003, Laws Revision Task Force, 1998-2001, Not Ready for Prime Time Freedom Fighters, since 2004.

President elect Helena Area Health Science Libraries Consultant, 1979-1984, president, 1984-1988. Board directors Montana FAXNET. Chair government affairs Montana Library.

Association, 1997-2005, since 2006.

Membership

Co-chairman interst group Online Computer Library Center. Chairman local arrangements Montana Governor's Pre White House Conference.; member Soroptimist International of Helena, since 1977, Montana Race for the Cure, 1998-2004.

Board directors American Civil Liberties Union-MT, 1998—2007, president, 2005-2007. Member advisory committee American Cancer Society Lewis and Clark County. Board director Montana Shares, 2004-2007, legislation ambassador American Cancer Society, since 2003, legislation contact, Montana American Library.

Association; Member Montana Library. Association (task force for White House conference 1991, chair government affairs committee 1997-2003, since 2005, EdLINK-MT 1997-1999, 2000-2001, special recognition award 1999), Soroptimist International of Helena (Second vice president 1984-1985, president 1986-1987, Women Helping Women award 1988), American Cancer Society (member lapel program, since 2005, member Cancer Advocacy Network program, since 2005, legislative ambassador, since 2007). Montana Cancer Control Coalition (member advisory board since 2005, steering committee, since 2006, chair legislative work group, since 2006).

Connections

Married William George Fitzpatrick, Junior, December 1, 1973. Children: Jennifer Ann, Amy Annual.

father:
Thomas Joseph Sullivan

mother:
Dorothy Ann (Nealy) Sullivan

spouse:
William George Fitzpatrick

child:
Jennifer Ann Fitzpatrick

child:
Amy Annual Fitzpatrick