aimed at people in their 20’s and 30’s. With the encouragement of the rest of the Programming Committee, I chose to focus my initial efforts on this demographic because I believe it is important to continue to attract young adults to the Library and demonstrate to them that the Library serves not only as a repository for media but also functions as a community center. I secured donations from local businesses and worked with Chuck Flaherty, his librarians, Trustees and Friends of the Library to make this a successful event.
As a Trustee, I would continue to work to increase the relevance and vibrancy of the Library with efforts like these. My experience on the Programming Committee has underscored my belief that the Library is critical to the education and enrichment of ALL members of the Brookline Community. How it will continue to accomplish this mission in an increasingly digital world needs to be defined and I hope to bring my love of the library and technological expertise to that discussion. The Library needs to continue to embrace new technologies while bringing Brookline residents together to learn, exchange ideas, and increase our sense of community.
At left, watch me at the April 10 Candidates' Night, co-sponsored by the BNA, the League of Women Voters of Brookline, and the Town Meeting Members Association.
The library trustee discussion
starts in minute 25:00.
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