Anderson Public Library Welcomes New Assistant Director

The Anderson Public Library just recently welcomed a new assistant director to help with day to day operations and further promote educational resources. Kentucky native, Alison Layne, was hired to fill the position that was not filled since former director, Pam Mullins, left the library at the end of 2015, and assistant director Pam Marks was chosen as the new director.

Alison grew up in Radcliff in Hardin County as her father was stationed at Fort Knox where he served in the army.  Growing up, she decided to attend both the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville where she earned her degrees.

She then took a job at the Louisville Free Public Library for four years before receiving a great opportunity in Florida.  Working there for 12 years, she wanted to return to her roots in Kentucky.  Looking for openings at libraries in Kentucky, she found the open position at the Anderson Public Library.

Serving as the new assistant director, Alison will be handling the day to day operations of the library while director Pam Marks focuses on larger projects.  She will be making sure everything runs smoothly at the library.

Alison thinks that the current expansion project of the Main Street location will be very beneficial for residents of the county.  With more spaces for study areas, children’s and teen’s areas, as well as a maker space and meeting rooms, she envisions that the library will be offering more programs once it is complete.

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