Library and Information Advisory Commission Appointments

Published: Thu 3 Sep 2015 11:38 AM
Hon Peter Dunne
Minister of Internal Affairs
3 September 2015
Library and Information Advisory Commission Appointments
Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne today announced three new appointments to the Library and Information Advisory Commission (LIAC).
“I am pleased to announce that I am appointing Brian Morris, Dr Judith Johnston and David Reeves for three-year terms. I believe their wealth of experience will be of great benefit to LIAC”, said Mr Dunne.
“I am also reappointing Carolyn Robertson and Helen Tait for further three-year terms. I am appreciative of the strong contribution these members have already brought to LIAC”.
“I have promoted Sharon Dell to the role of Chair. I am grateful for her willingness to step into this role.”
“LIAC’s role is to advise me on the latest developments and opportunities within the library and information sector. I consider that it remains well placed to handle the challenges ahead.”
Mr Dunne thanked the outgoing members Don Hunn, Haneta Pierce and Brian Flaherty for their expertise and contribution.

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