DAAR Member Mark Miller Appointed by Governor to Library of Virginia
Congratulations to DAAR member Mark Miller, MBA of Leesburg, Realtor, Long & Foster, Ashburn, who was appointed by Governor Terry McAuliffe to The Library Board of the Library of Virginia. The Library Board consists of 15 members appointed by the Governor for five-year terms. The Library Board is a policy board that determines the scope of the Library’s collection, establishes policy concerning what books are kept, housed, or exhibited by the state library, promotes education in the area of history and library and archival science in the commonwealth and enters into agreements with institutions and organizations with similar purposes.
Mark also serves as Chairman of the Loudoun County Public Library’s Board of Trustees and was recently awarded the Trustee Library Award by the Virginia Library Association (VLA) at its annual meeting in 2016. The award is presented annually by VLA in recognition of distinguished service to a library or libraries in Virginia. In March 2017, he was awarded the Trustees citation from the American Libraries Association, the highest honor given to library trustees.
Congratulations to Mark!