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Miriam Ticoll obtained her Master of Library Science degree from the Université de Montreal and a Bachelor of Arts degree from York University in North York, Ontario. She is currently the Executive Director of the Health Sciences Information Consortium of Toronto, a position she has held since 2008. Previously, she worked as a consultant in the health-related not-for-profit sector, assisting organizations to develop practical approaches to knowledge and information management. From 1998 to 2001, Ticoll was a member of the senior management team of the Canadian Health Network (CHN), and worked for a time as Director of Information Services at the The Roeher Institute, where she managed a large special library on disability issues. Ticoll was CHLA/ABSC's Past-President in 2012–2013 and its President during 2011–2012. At the 2017 CHLA/ABSC Conference in Edmonton, Ticoll was awarded lifetime membership in the CHLA/ABSC.