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Charlotte Beck is a reference librarian at the University of British Columbia Woodward Library with liaison responsibilities in audiology and speech sciences and rehabilitation sciences. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree and her Master of Library Science degree from the University of Cape Town. She has experience in a variety of health information settings, and in service to the profession. Since 2003, Beck has been the faculty liaison in physical therapy, occupational science and occupational therapy, audiology and speech sciences and the lead on Aboriginal Health and Global Health. Before joining the UBC Library, Beck worked in business and hospital libraries. She has held executive positions in the Health Libraries Association of British Columbia, including President, and served on the CHLA/ABSC Board of Directors for two terms as Secretary. Beck was the CHLA/ABSC Hospital Librarian of the Year in 1996, and has been a member of AHIP at the Distinguished level since 2002.
Beck was Vice-President of CHLA/ABSC from 2012-2013, and President of CHLA / ABSC in 2013-2014. In 2014-15, she will serve as Past-President.