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Board of Directors

Friends of the State Library & Archives

Who are our Board members? 

Gene P. Coppola, President
Library Director
Palm Harbor Library
Term expiration: November 12, 2020

Ava Ehde, Secretary
Director
Manatee County Neighborhood Services Department
Term expiration: November 12, 2020

Mark A. Vargas, Treasurer
Chief Operating Officer and Director
Library and Archives
The Revs Institute
Term expiration: November 12, 2020

Gloria Colvin
Librarian
Term expiration: November 12, 2020

Matt Daugherty
Executive Vice President
SLM Inc.
Term expiration: January 2, 2022

Claire T. Dygert
President
CDygert Solutions, LLC
Term expiration: November 12, 2020

Kathleen Malloy
Developer of Instructional Technology
Leon County Schools
Term Expiration: June 18, 2021

Elizabeth Uchimura
Graduate student
Florida State University
Term expiration: August 23, 2021

Rachel Walton
Digital Archivist & Records Management Coordinator
Rollins College
Term expiration: January 2, 2022

How is the Board of Directors appointed?

Directors are appointed and serve for two years. 

They may not serve more than three consecutive terms. 

For more detailed information, see the FSLAF Bylaws (PDF)

What does the Board do? 

The Board is the chief governing body of the Friends of the State Library & Archives of Florida (FSLAF). 

The Board determines all policies for the operation of FSLAF. Its decisions are binding. 

Other duties include: 

  • Establishes membership dues. 
  • Adopts an annual budget. 
  • Enters into contracts on behalf of the Friends. 
  • Manages the business and property of the Friends. 

Who serves on the Executive Committee? 

The Board elects the Executive committee, which includes the President, Secretary and Treasurer. 

How often does the Board meet? 

The board meets at least four times during a 12-month period, including at least once face-to-face.

Directors can participate in meetings via conference call. 

imls180.for.panel.jpgMany of these resources and programs are funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act from the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Florida's LSTA program is administered by the Department of State's Division of Library and Information Services.