Jeremy Johannesen is the Executive Director of New York Library Association. Having served as a Deputy Director of New York Library Association (NYLA) from 2005 – ‘08, Johannesen left to lead the New York State (NYS) Alliance for Arts Education. Jeremy returned to NYLA in 2012, assuming the role of Executive Director. Johannesen holds his BS in Arts Education from the College of Saint Rose, and is recognized as a Certified Association Executive (CAE) by the American Society of Association Executives. When not working for libraries, Jeremy volunteers for them, serving as the President of his hometown Friends of Bethlehem Public Library.
Dispatches from the Field: Advocacy Best Practices with Jeremy Johannesen and Megan Cusick (ALSC webcast archive)—INDIVIDUAL USER
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You’re just about there: you have your toolkit in hand and a solid introduction to advocacy. But where do you go from here? Don’t worry - this is no fear advocacy!
Jeremy Johannesen, Executive Director of the New York Library Association, and Megan Cusick, Assistant Director for State Advocacy, ALA Public Policy and Advocacy, share practical tips for advocates of all experience levels. Based on their extensive knowledge in the field, Johannesen and Cusick regale viewers with real-life examples of advocacy at its best.
- Uncover tried and true best practices for advocating for children
- Hear first-hand tales from NYLA Executive Director Jeremy Johannesen and ALA PPA Assistant Director for State Advocacy, Megan Cusick
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