Submitted by the Huntsville Public Library Board
The board of the Huntsville Public Library is pleased to announce the hiring of David Tremblay to the position of CEO of the Huntsville Public Library. David will assume his duties May 4, 2020.
David Tremblay, originally from North Bay, will be returning to Ontario with his family from his current locale in Terrace, BC, where he has managed all aspects of day-to-day operations of the Terrace Public Library since 2014.
David has a Masters of Information Studies from the University of Toronto and an Honours BA from Trent University in Peterborough. David has been working in libraries for the last decade, having spent the past seven years in positions of oversight and management of public libraries. Prior to that, David was a librarian with the Toronto Public Library, and was employed at George Brown College as an Information Specialist.
David’s professional activities also include serving as a Library Director Mentor at a director bootcamp; a board member for an Adult Learning organization; and as a Director on Advocacy and Intellectual Freedom committees of the Library Association of Alberta.
Maureen Cubberley will continue in her appointment as Interim CEO of the Huntsville Public Library until David assumes his new role in May. Please feel free to drop in to the library to meet or reacquaint yourselves with Maureen.
The board asks the community to extend a warm welcome to David Tremblay when he and his family arrive in the spring. Until then, we thank library patrons for your steadfast support and look forward to continually improving your experience of the Huntsville Public Library.
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