NAHSL Executive Board Picks the “Best of 2012”

December 11, 2012 at 6:21 pm | Posted in General News | 1 Comment
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[Posted by Sally Gore, NAHSL Chair]

I love the “Best of…” lists that start coming out around this time of year. As an icebreaker for our Board meeting last week, as well as a means for members to get to know one another a little bit better, I asked each person to take a moment and share his/her favorite book, CD, or movie from the past year. I thought that NAHSL members might also like to get to know their Board members, too, so I decided to share our list here on the blog. Who knows? You may come across a good pick or two for 2013. I know that I did.

Enjoy!

Rich Kaplan, Chair-Elect

Susan Mahnken, Government Relations Committee Chair

Mary Piorun, Associate Director, NN/LM NER

Hongjie Wang, Archives Committee Chair

  • Book – I won’t share his answer, but let’s just say that Hongjie read one of the best-selling books of the past year.
  • Movie – Pretty Woman (the first movie he ever saw in America)

Lori Bradshaw, Treasurer

Valeri Banfi, Membership Chair

  • Movie – Lincoln

Debbie Berlanstein, Secretary

  • Book – Explosive Eighteen, by Janet Evanovich
  • CD – The Wrecking Ball, by Bruce Springsteen

Jane Ichord, MAHSLIN Representative

Jeannine Gluck, Education Committee Chair

  • Movie – Lincoln

Nathan Norris, Electronic Communications Committee Co-Chair

Lisa Adriani, Electronic Communications Committee Co-Chair

  • Books – Nancy Drew Series (reliving her youth!)

Amanda Richman, Pinch Hitting for Robin Devin, ARIHSL Representative

Janet Cowen, 2014 Program Chair

Anne Fladger, 2013 Program Chair

Kathy Stemmer Frumento, Past Chair and Nominating

Donna Belcinski, Marketing Committee Chair

Books –

Chris Fleuriel, HSLIC Representative

  • Books – Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer, by Siddhartha Mukherjee and How Doctors Think, by Jerome Groopman, MD

Sally Gore, Chair

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  1. I’ll “Like” these choices: Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Emperor of All Maladies, Just Kids, How Doctors Think– I read all of these is in 2012. And, The Harrow and the Harvest. My cousin, Luke Gilfeather, is thanked in the liner notes. He is a sound engineer at RCA Studio B in Nashville (if you ever want to cut a record…) http://voices.yahoo.com/rca-studio-b-lives-under-gilfeathers-guidance-7389176.html


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