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2023 Annual Conference: Advocacy in Action - Exhibitor and Sponsor Registration

  • 22 May 2023
  • 10:00 AM
  • 23 May 2023
  • 4:00 PM
  • Sunday River Grand Summit Hotel, Newry ME

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • - your logo in the printed conference schedule and a subchannel in our Slack Exhibitors Channel
    - access to attendees list
  • -your logo in the printed schedule and on the conference website
    -a subchannel in our Slack Exhibitors Channel
    -access to attendees list
    -a dressed table with two chairs and electricity
    -wireless internet access
    -Conference meals for one
  • All of the Exhibitor benefits plus:
    - half page ad in MLAtoZ, our member publication
    - name/logo recognition on signage at registration and main ballroom
    - a subchannel in our Slack Sponsors Channel
    - logo and recognition in our Annual Report
  • All of the Bronze benefits plus:
    - conference meals for two
    - name/logo recognition on signage in breakout sessions
    - One personalized shout-out on MLA social media and listserv
    - logo and recognition in our Annual Report
  • All of the Silver benefits plus:
    - logo on the program cover
    - logo and recognition in our Annual Report
    - recognition from organizers at lunch
    - an email to our full membership

Register


Please join us as an exhibitor or sponsor for our annual conference May 22-23, 2023. 

Exhibitor registration is open!






Monday Keynote speaker: Tracie D. Hall

TRACIE D. HALL is a librarian, author, and advocate for the arts, and is Executive Director of the American Library Association. Prior to her appointment, Hall served as the Director of the Joyce Foundation Culture Program. She also served as Chicago's Deputy Commissioner of the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events. In libraries, Hall was VP of the Queens Public Library, and Assistant Dean of Dominican University Graduate School of Library and Information Science. She was also the Director of the Office for Diversity for the American Library Association.

Tuesday Keynote speaker: Monica Wood

MONICA WOOD is a novelist, memoirist, playwright, and the recent recipient of the Carlson Prize for contributions to the public humanities and the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance Distinguished Achievement Award for contributions to the literary arts. Her new novel, How to Read a Book, is forthcoming from Mariner Books, and a new play, Saint Dad, will debut in October 2023 at Portland Stage. Her previous novel, The One-in-a-Million Boy, was translated into 20 languages in over 30 countries. She is also the author of When We Were the Kennedys, a New England bestseller, Oprah magazine summer-reading pick, and winner of the May Sarton Memoir Award. Her other fiction, Any Bitter Thing, Ernie’s Ark, and My Only Story, have also won awards and made bestseller lists. Her short stories have been widely anthologized, and her nonfiction has appeared in Oprah, New York Times, Literary Hub, Down East, Martha Stewart LivingParade, and many other publications. She lives in Portland, Maine, with her husband and their cat, Susie.

Please direct all questions by email to: academic@mainelibraries.org or president@mainelibraries.org and we will be glad to assist you! 

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