Conference Committee

Chairs: Jennie Mezick, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
The Conference Committee. The Vice President / President-Elect and Executive Director shall serve as co-chairs of this committee, and shall recruit three or more additional members. This committee is responsible for planning and executing conferences for the organization. This committee also accepts nominations for the Tennessee Resource Sharing Award and allocates the award.

Digital Library of Tennessee Committee

Chair: Meredith Louise Hale, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Digital Library of Tennessee Committee. Standing members of the committee should include representative(s) that support the technological infrastructure of the service hub from the University of Tennessee Knoxville designated by the Dean of the Libraries at the University of Tennessee Knoxville; and representative(s) from the Tennessee State Library and Archives designated by the Tennessee State Librarian and Archivist. The Executive Director of Tenn-Share shall serve as an ex-officio member. This committee is responsible for promoting the development of the state of Tennessee’s Digital Public Library of America service hub, working in collaboration with the University of Tennessee Knoxville University Library and the Tennessee State Library and Archives.

Marketing Committee

Chair: Jarvis Sheffield, Tennessee State University
This committee is responsible for creating engagement with and awareness of Tenn-Share's work through outreach to current and prospective members via email marketing, social media, newsletters and other tools.

Nominating Committee

Chair: Stuart Gaetjens,  Tennessee Tech
This committee of three or more persons shall be appointed by the Past-President, who shall serve as chair. It shall be the duty of this committee to: solicit nominations for officers and board members; to hold the elections therefore.

TSERC (Tenn-Share Electronic Resources Committee)

Chair: Caitlin Harrington, University of Memphis
The TSERC Committee's Charge: To achieve cost savings through consortial purchasing of electronic resources by investigating methods, determining priorities, and encouraging participation. The committee will work with various agencies, including providing input and advisement on content for the Tennessee Electronic Library.


The work of Tenn-Share is carried out through its committees, which are comprised of volunteers just like you. Want to lend a hand? Contact the chair of the committee you are interested in to inquire about joining.