Speaker list and issue briefs for National Library Legislative Day 2015

United State Capitol at NightAhead of National Library Legislative Day (NLLD) 2015, the Office of Government Relations (OGR) is pleased to announce that the following guest experts will be joining us to participate in this year’s briefing day (pdf) on Monday May 4, and that issue briefs are now available for each subject that they will address (please see links below):

Appropriations (LSTA and IAL)

  • Rich Stombres — Vice President, Penn Hill Group

Privacy & Surveillance

  • David Lieber — Senior Privacy Policy Counsel, Google
  • Ashley Houghton — Re:Think Media

Net Neutrality

  • Kyle Victor — Legislative Director, Office of Rep. Doris Matsui (D-CA)

Copyright

  • Joe Keeley — Majority Chief Counsel, US House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet Subcommittee
  • Jonathan Band — Principal, Policy Bandwidth, PLLC

School Libraries & Early Learning

  • Moira Lenehan-Razzuri — Legislative Assistant, Office of Sen. Jack Reed (D-RI)
  • Brenna Barber — Legislative Assistant, Office of Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI)

FASTR & FOIA

  • Patrice McDermott — Director, openthegovernment.org
  • Michelle Chin — Legislative Assistant, Office of Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX)

For more information about National Library Legislative Day, please visit our website.

Not able to join us in DC this year? Take part in Virtual Library Legislative Day.

About Lisa Lindle

Lisa Lindle is the Grassroots Communications Specialist for the American Library Association. She coordinates National Library Legislative Day and manages the ALA Washington Office's social media communications capabilities.

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