I was recently interviewed by the Portland Tribune for my role as incoming SLA President-Elect.
Beaverton consultant leads global library association
Cindy Romaine begins her term Jan. 1 on the Special Libraries Association board
By Christina Lent
Cindy Romaine is an expert when it comes to providing information consulting services and providing in-depth research strategies to corporations.
The Beaverton resident plans to put those skills to work as the president-elect of the Special Libraries Association by positioning the organization to be what she calls “future ready” to meet the “sea of changes ahead” for corporate, academic and government information specialists.
“There are shifting sands in the world of information technology and information delivery, which is very exciting,” said Romaine, who started her own consulting firm, Romainiacs Intelligence Research, two years ago. “As an organization, the Special Libraries Association needs to be future ready and position itself for tomorrow.