Board of Directors

Board of Directors

STPL Board wiki

  • Kathy Calla (Vice President)
  • Kim Griffith (Treasurer)
  • Ryan Koenig (Secretary)
  • Kathy Lipecky (President)
  • Judi McCarthy
  • Julia Sweeney

Authority for The Library Board of Directors

If you need to reach a board member leave a message with the library staff. 412.429.5380

The Scott Township Public Library Board is composed of 5-7 appointed members. The Trustees are appointed by the Commissioners.

Board Meetings

Meetings are open to the public.
Where: The Small Meeting Room in the Municipal Building.
When: 6:30 PM – 2nd Monday of the month

Interested in becoming a Board Member?

  • You could be a new board member if you are: 
    • at least 18 years of age,
    • a current resident of Scott Township (or a member of an adjacent community that does not have a library),
    • able to attend monthly meetings on the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30pm
    • willing to assist with library advocacy, fundraising initiatives and events.
  • Commitment:

    • The term is for three (3) years.
    • The meetings are usually the 2nd Monday of each month at the Township’s Municipal Building.
  • To apply: Please send a letter of interest and current resume to Gina Leone, Director at
    • Your application should include a cover letter & resume stating your:
      • Interest in the position,
      • Background, and
      • Qualifications to serve.
  • The review process:
    • Applications are submitted to the Library Board.
    • Applications will be reviewed by the Nominating & Board Development Committee.
    • Recommendations are made to the Scott Township Board of Commissioners.
    • The Commissioners approve the nomination and then you are on the board!

What does the Board do?

  • The Library Board is responsible for setting the mission, vision, and strategic plan for the library.  They are interested in the future direction of the library.
  • The Board has the final say in the financial matters of the library.
  • The Library Board plays a key role in advocating & fundraising for the library.
  • The Library Board helps hone the policies of the library. Policy topics cover a wide range of topics.

Township of Scott: Ordinance No. 1514-02

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