Beginning January 29 and continuing through March 6, individuals of all ages are invited to meet Indianapolis Public Library CEO Jackie Nytes during her annual "Love Your Library" tour visits to all IndyPL locations. The visits, conducted in an informal and conversational setting, will allow citizens to learn about trends and activities throughout the Library system and share thoughts about how the Library can better serve their needs.
Coming off a year highlighted by the opening of the Center for Black Literature & Culture at Central Library and the celebration of Central Library's 100th anniversary, this year will focus on plans to construct new branches on north Michigan Road and at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, and replacement branches for the Brightwood and Eagle branches. IndyPL also will continue to gauge how services can be aligned to meet changing user needs as well as accurately target services for all age and population groups.
"Love Your Library" tour visits are scheduled on the following dates and times:
Individuals who can't attend are encouraged to offer their comments and suggestions for CEO Nytes at indypl.org/about/ceo.
For more information about the free CEO "Love Your Library" visits, call 317-275-4003.
Jackie has been the CEO of the Indianapolis Public Library since 2012. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and a Masters of Library Science, both from the University of Wisconsin Madison. Initially, Jackie served the Library from 1988 until 2001 as the Chief Financial Officer and the Associate Director for Management Services. Previously, she served the State of Indiana as the President of the Indiana Economic Development Council and the City as the Executive Director of the Mapleton Fall Creek Development Corporation, as well as having served twelve years on the Indianapolis City-County Council. Jackie currently serves on the Board for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, and the Immigrant Welcome Center.Contact Jackie