Summit County Library Board of Trustees
The Library is a county department which abides by Colorado State library laws. The seven member Board of Trustees (BOT) is appointed by the Summit County Commissioners. The members are selected to represent the geographic area of the county and serve for a 5-year term. The BOT makes recommendations on policy and budget to the local governmental entity and acts as liaison between the library, local government, and the community.
Looking for an opportunity to make a difference and serve your community? Consider joining the Summit County Library Board of Trustees! We are looking for two new board members who can commit to serving 3 year terms. (Open until filled) If you're interested, please submit your resume and cover letter to [email protected]. For more information on the work of the Summit County Library and Library Trustees call Library Director, Stephanie Ralph at 970-668-4282.
The BOT meets monthly on the fourth Thursday of each month, usually at the County Commons. Meetings are open to everyone, please come by or email us at [email protected] with comments or concerns.View the 2018 strategic plan here.
Carol works in HOA management and real estate.
Larrie is a 21 year resident of Summit County. He is a retired IT professional and educator. He enjoys volunteering, utilizing the library, skiing and travel. (12/21)
Library Foundation Liaison
Mary is a longtime Summit County resident. She works remotely as a data scientist.
Friends of the Library Liaison
Dave is passionate about education. He currently works as the Director of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships for Keystone Science School.
Barbara is a new resident of Summit County, moving here from Iowa and enjoys knitting.
Andrew is a software engineer supporting projects to help ensure that current and future generations have access to our collective digital heritage.