Flagler County Library Director Holly Albanese has been elected to the board of directors of the Northeast Florida Library Information Network.
“I was notified today by Brad Ward, executive director of NEFLIN of my official capacity,” Albanese said. “It will be announced to the membership at the upcoming annual meeting on Sept. 23, which will be held at the Thrasher-Horne Center in Orange Park.”
Albanese will be part of the nine member board, and will serve a three-year term.
The Northeast Florida Library Information Network encompasses a service area of 24 counties and 570 public, academic, school, and special libraries. It provides members with access to training, resource sharing opportunities, as well as research and development through its relationships with other organizations and grant funding – and in doing so, it promotes libraries as “an integral part of everyday life.”
Albanese has been the director of the Flagler County Public Library since July 2006. She has a master’s degree in Library Science and Public Administration.
“Our employees are passionate about what they do,” said County Administrator Craig Coffey. “They bring added value to Flagler County through the professional associations they serve.”