About the SLA Europe Board
The Board regularly meets throughout the year to manage and promote the SLA Europe Community as part of the global SLA network. Its main aim is support its members across Europe through events, professional programmes, and awards in recognition of work.
Meet Our board
Julia Bhojoo is an Information Officer at a UK law firm. Julia has an interest in legal tech, KM, and website design. In addition to supporting SLA, she also manages the EARLL website and volunteers her technical and web skills via MediaTrust to charities. Julia is also a member of the BIALL Diversity and Inclusion Group and CILIP BAME Network.
Claire Sewell is the Research Support Librarian for the Physical Sciences at Cambridge University Libraries. She is a qualified CILIP Chartered librarian and Associate Editor of the New Review of Academic Librarianship. She is also the author of The No-nonsense Guide to Research Support and Scholarly Communication (Facet Publishing, 2020).
Past President (2022)
Originally from Trinidad & Tobago, Seema Rampersad works as Senior Business Researcher and Service Manager, in the Business and IP Centre, at The British Library. Seema will be SLA President in 2023.
SLA President (2023) & Europe Liaison
Stéphane Goldstein is Executive Director of InformAll, a social enterprise aimed at promoting the relevance, importance and benefits of information literacy (IL) in the library world and beyond. In that capacity, he has undertaken research and analysis, produced reports and tools and facilitated multi-stakeholder working. He is the Advocacy & Outreach Officer on the CILIP Information Literacy Group and is an RSA Fellow. He has been a member of SLA since 2018.
Megan Price is the founder of SUIVI, a consulting and language coaching company, and is currently the Professional Support Officer at the International Federation of Library Associations and Organisations (IFLA). She currently divides her time between The Hague and the Basque Country of France.
Tsveta Rafaylova is a Research Librarian in the Information Services Department of mid-tier accountancy firm RSM, formerly known as Baker Tilly. She completed her MA in Library and Information Studies at University College London in 2020 and has a MA in English Literature from the University of Glasgow, which she graduated from in 2017. Tsveta won the Student and Early Career award and attended the inaugural SLA Europe Conference in Cambridge in 2019. She was also one of three ECCA winners who attended the 2020 virtual SLA conference.