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Ronni L. Sanlo Collection Finding Aid

Collection Number: M14-03
Dates: 1981-2010
Size: 3 linear ft.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by series, chronological by date
Language: English


The collection consists of materials related to Ronni L. Sanlo, Ed.D., and to lesbian and gay issues in Florida. Items in the collection include certificates and awards presented to Dr. Sanlo, newsclippings of relevance to lesbians and gays in Florida, and selected writings of Dr. Sanlo. Book-length materials have been cataloged into the library's rare books collections.


Gift of Ronni L. Sanlo, Ed.D.

Access to the Collection

The collection is open for research. To make an appointment to view the collection, call (904) 620-1533.

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Related Materials

Ronni L. Sanlo website.

Historical / Biographical Note

Dr. Ronni Sanlo is a well known keynote speaker and workshop presenter at colleges and universities around the country. Her focus is LGBT history, learning outcomes, strategic planning, and LGBT center development. Dr. Sanlo earned her bachelor's degree in music from the University of Florida and went on to earn both master's and doctoral degrees from the University of North Florida, in Jacksonville, Florida. She is the author of a number of books and over 100 articles, has been an adjunct instructor at the Florida State College in Jacksonville, the University of North Florida, and the University of Southern California, has held faculty and administrative positions at the University of California, Los Angeles and the California State University Fullerton, and currently serves as a consultant and speaker for Ronni Sanlo Consultings.

Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of writings by Dr. Sanlo, newspapers clippings, correspondence relating to Dr. Sanlo's work with the LGBT community, and various awards and certificates recognizing Dr. Sanlo.

Complete contents of the collection will be detailed in a Container List soon to be developed.

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