Library announces new director

By on May 3, 2012

SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Public Library Board of Trustees announced Tuesday that the board appointed Carol Dolin to the position of library director.

The trustees unanimously selected Dolin out of a field of candidates from across the Midwest.

Dolin is currently a Reference Librarian at the Itasca Community Library in Itasca, Ill. She is responsible for reference and readers’ advisory services, as well as collection development.

Previously, Dolin worked as business manager at the Deerfield Public Library, and before that, as acquisitions coordinator and programming coordinator at the Indian Trails Public Library District in Wheeling, Ill. She has a degree in Administrative Studies (HRM/MGMT) from Roosevelt University and a Masters in Library and Information Science from Dominican University. Her first day at Sugar Grove Public Library will be Tuesday, May 8.

“Carol’s experience, knowledge and enthusiasm are a perfect match for the Library District,” said Library Board President Joan Roth. “She will be able to guide the library through the challenges and opportunities that we will face in the future. We look forward to working with her, and extend a welcome to her from the entire Sugar Grove Public Library community.”