HOW WE SUPPORT OUR MEMBERS
LIANZA's Strategic Vision is: People and communities connected and empowered by information.
LIANZA's Mission is: Strengthening our members to be innovative and responsive to future information needs.
WHY JOIN LIANZA?
LIANZA Past President & National Librarian
I encourage you to join LIANZA and connect with other professionals passionate about the place of libraries and information services in making Aotearoa New Zealand a place where everyone can thrive, grow and participate in communities, in education, and in employment. Together we will realise LIANZA’s vision: People and communities connected and empowered by information. Nau te rourou Naku te rourou Powered by our members for our members. Join today >
At Auckland Libraries we take professional registration very seriously for our senior and specialist professional roles. It not only provides career progression due to the higher pay grades that we can apply to the senior roles, it also gives us confidence that the people in those senior roles are up-to-date reflective professionals who have taken care of their own professional development.
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MEET THE LIANZA OFFICE
Ana has a varied background in science, education and not-for-profit management. She is excited about the future of libraries in the post-digital age, the importance of libraries to build community, and the vital role they play in social development and equity. At LIANZA, Ana is chief-wrangler working alongside our committed Council and with the support of the rest of the LIANZA office team to deliver on business as usual and key projects.
email@example.com / 022 601 5542
Office & Design Manager
Jess is our resident genius when it comes to admin and design. She works the magic she learned studying Design at Massey University doing the typesetting, layout and design for Library Life magazine and our website. With a ton of experience in customer service and management, Jess is always available to help! You can ask her about membership, event registration, accounts and any other day-to-day queries you might have.
firstname.lastname@example.org / 027 347 5326
Originally trained as a social worker Angie’s comms experience includes roles as a web writer for Web Genius, editor of the Occupational Therapy Association’s magazine OT Insight, providing communications advice for Community Housing Aotearoa, the Cancer Society and most recently with the Occupational Therapy Board of New Zealand Te Poari Whakaora Ngangahau O Aotearoa. She is a trained proofer/editor, and a lifetime library user and book reader.
email@example.com / 021 222 8076