Get involved in KCAA!

2018 Fall Meeting November 29th

Fall 2018 Symposium

KCAA is Seeking Committee Leaders and Members


Becoming active with KCAA is a great way to meet other archivists and learn more about the profession. Committee chairs and officers will have the chance to build leadership skills as well as advance the mission of the organization. KCAA depends on member volunteers and cannot operate without you. Please consider volunteering for the following openings:

 

Awards and Nominations Chair
This position helps to recruit officers and committee members as well as organizes the annual KCAA awards presentation at our Spring meeting. This important position works closely with the steering committee.

 

Education Committee Chair
This position leads the Education Committee in planning and making arrangements for our annual Fall Symposium. 

 

Committee Members
We are also looking for members to serve on all of our committees (Scholarship, Minority Internship, Education, and Membership). Please look at our officers page and contact any of our chairs for more information!

 

If you have any questions, would like to volunteer for a position, or just want some more information on how you can get involved, please contact :

 

Adam Paxson
KCAA Senior Co-Chair
adam.paxson@gmail.com

 

 



KCAA Meeting Hosts Needed

KCAA is looking for member institutions willing to host upcoming meetings.  If your institution is willing and able to host a future Spring or Fall meeting please contact Senior Chair Adam Paxson adam.paxson@gmail.com. The requirements for hosting include, at minimum, the ability to seat between 30 to 40 attendees and the ability to have food and drink in the meeting area.  Access to A/V equipment or hook-ups will also likely be required.

Thank you for your consideration.


 

Welcome to KCAA's new Junior Co-Chair!

KCAA is happy to introduce our newly-elected Junior Co-Chair, Samantha Bradbeer.

Samantha Bradbeer is the historian for the Hallmark Archives. Her love for history began when her father introduced her to the comical Indiana Jones films. At the age of 9, she knew that she wanted to be an archivist and explorer. Luckily, she grew up in a military family. Her childhood experiences - traveling the world and meeting new people from different cultures - allowed her to realize her passion for all things historical much sooner in life.

Samantha is a certified archivist and has degrees in anthropology and museum studies. In her spare time, she enjoys antiquing, going to the movies, reading and practicing yoga.