State Librarian, Amy L. Johnson will visit and give a program at the Fernandina Beach Branch Library on Thursday, February 21 at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited to attend the presentation called “Public Libraries in their Communities,” which will be followed by the Friends of the Library’s annual meeting.
Ms. Johnson has served as the State Librarian and Director of the Division of Library and Information Services (DLIS) at the Florida Department of State since her appointment in 2015. Since joining the department in 2000, Amy has held several positions, serving as Chief of the Bureau of Library Development from late 2011 through 2015. Prior to joining the Florida Department of State, Amy was a librarian at the Marshall W. Hamilton Library at North Florida Community College in Madison, Florida.Ms. Johnson completed a Master of Science in Library Science degree at Florida State University. She completed her undergraduate education at The University of The South in Sewanee, Tennessee.
The Fernandina Beach Library is located at 25 North 4th Street. For questions or more information visit the library website at www.nassaureads.com.