Get to Know Your MPL Team!

If it’s been a while since you’ve visited the Library, we’d like to help you get to know all of us!

Trish is our new CEO and Chief Librarian. She’s an experienced leader who’s worked with public libraries for 30 years. We’re excited to have a new CEO who’s so passionate about experiencing and contributing to everything Midland has to offer.

Our circulation coordinator, Amy, has been with MPL for 22 years! She makes sure everything runs smoothly when you make a visit to check items in and out, focuses on great customer service, and takes care of our circulation team, including Kim, Linda, Michelle, Sandy, and Sarah – all the happy faces you see at the main desk.

Angie and Nicole are our technical services experts – they get all the new materials ready to be checked out, take care of interlibrary loans, and keep our catalogue and account services running!

I’m your community engagement coordinator, Faith. I oversee our programs and outreach, and do lots of my own, including business services, Indigenous culture programs, volunteer tax clinics, and more.

Kelsi joined us as our children’s services coordinator this spring! She takes care of all of the kids and families who come into the children’s department, and offers great programs.

Jenn is our adult and teen services coordinator – you probably know her from a book club for tweens, teens, or adults, or our French conversation group with La Clé, or seniors’ programs.

Melanie is the newest member of our team! She just joined us as MakerPlace coordinator, and she’s excited to dive in with all the exciting technology in our Maker and Media labs, and to book your self-serve appointments in the space.

Beverley’s our program assistant, who’s doing our great virtual Ways to Wellness and Try This At Home programs!

You may also be interested in some of our exciting new lending programs and collections, including Express Reads for adult fiction, a new dyslexia-friendly collection in our children’s department, and our outdoor equipment loans, thanks to the Culture Alliance in the Heart of Georgian Bay!