FVRLibraries’ administrative team directs the district’s operations. Working as a team, they plan what the district will do and how it will spend its budget, guided by the organization’s mission, vision, and values.
You can email an administrative team member by using the formula [first initial][lastname]@fvrl.org (example: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Amelia leads Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries, working with the Board of Trustees to create district policies, set strategic direction, manage budgets, and develop new services and facilities. Amelia works in collaboration with the Deputy Director and their teams, as well as the teams in Communications and Marketing, Finance, Fleet and Facilities, and Human Resources.
Mary manages Library Operations and Strategic Initiatives for FVRLibraries, providing leadership to all public library locations as well as the teams in Collections and Technology Services, and Outreach and Community Partnerships.
Dave directs the repair and maintenance of all the district’s buildings and properties as well as new construction. He's also in charge of our vehicles and couriers.
Justin’s team work with community partners in and beyond the library. His staff oversees the district’s work with local school districts and with library volunteers. They also coordinate district reference services and district-wide programs such as Summer at Your Library.
Lee’s team is in charge of hiring, training, and supporting our employees. Lee also serves as liaison to the library’s two labor unions. The HR team makes sure that the district complies with federal, state, and local laws about employees.
Lynne's staff develop and manage the library’s collection. They select and discard books, magazines, CDs, DVDs, streaming and downloadable books, and online resources. Lynne is also in charge of the library catalog and the district's IT department.
Tak’s staff market and promote FVRLibraries and its programs. They reach out via local media, flyers, posters, and online channels such as our website, e-newsletter, and social media. Tak also helps coordinate responses to public records requests to comply with Washington’s Public Records Law.