Amy Owen, director of the Utah State Library System, has assumed duties as chairwoman for the Utah Endowment for the Humanities for 1988-89.
Vice chairwoman is Carol Browning, director of the Institute for Studies in the Humanities. Gordon Campbell, a Salt Lake attorney, is the new fiscal agent.Owen is past president of the Utah Library Association and is also active in other library associations and has served on numerous advisory committees at the state, regional and national levels. Her publications include works on delivery systems for rural libraries and on cataloguing and inventorying school materials.
Browning serves on the boards of the Sun Valley and the Snowbird institutes for arts and humanities. She has also served on the Ogden City Advisory Board on Animal Welfare and Control and on advisory councils for the colleges of business, medicine and education at the University of Utah. She is also involved with advisory councils for Ballet West and the Utah Opera Company.
Campbell is a partner with the legal firm of Fabian and Clendenin in Salt Lake City. He has served on faculties of law schools and institutes and, since 1986, he has been a member of the executive committee to the litigation section of the Utah State Bar.