Women’s Issues in Libraries Roundtable

If you are a woman or work with a woman, you should be a member of the

Women’s Issues in Libraries Round Table! 
Join us today!

Sarah Jeong and Jahala Simuel working the WILR table in Winston Salem, NCLA 2013.


Our Mission

  • To unite in this group, North Carolina Library Association members who are interested in women’s issues in libraries
  • To provide a forum for the discussion of the concerns of women in libraries and how these concerns affect the profession as a whole
  • To provide for exchange of information among all components of the North Carolina Library Association with the goal of increasing understanding of current issues affecting women within the profession
  • To give stimulus, support and information to the Association and its various components in encouraging library policy and decision makers to be more aware of and responsive to these issues and concerns
  • To present programs and carry out other appropriate activities
  • To see to fulfill the objectives of the North Carolina Library Association


Our Activities

 - Her-Story - How We Came To Be

 - WILR Bylaws: NCLA Handbook for specific roundtable bylaws.

 - WILR Executive Committee

 - WILR Features

 - Events

 - Marilyn Miller Award for Professional Commitment

 - In Memory of Betty Meehan-Black


For more information contact:

Carol Laing, Chair
North Regional Library Manager
Wake County Public Libraries
7009 Harps Mills Rd.
Raleigh, NC 27615
Phone:  919-870-4003
carol [dot] laing [at] wakegov [dot] com