Meet the Finalists: Des Moines Public Library Director Candidate Forum5/31/2018
The public is invited to hear the Library Director finalists discuss the future of the public library during this open event.
The Des Moines Public Library will host a public candidate forum as part of the process of selecting a new Director. The forum will take place on Wednesday, June 13, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Central Library’s meeting room wing. This will be the public’s opportunity to interact with the finalists during the interview process.
To start the program, each candidate will give a 10-minute presentation on the topic:
“Which two library trends will most impact the public library of the future?”
Following the individual presentations, the finalists will sit as a panel to answer audience questions.
The public forum is part of a two-day interview process being organized by Bradbury Miller Associates, an executive search firm based in Kansas City. The names of the finalists and more information will be announced next week.
About the Des Moines Public Library
Founded in 1866, the Des Moines Public Library is the public library system for the City of Des Moines. With six branches and a collection of more than 550,000 items, the Des Moines Public Library is the largest public library system in the state of Iowa. The mission of the Des Moines Public Library is to be the bridge to a world of information and ideas for personal enjoyment and community growth. The Des Moines Public Library is the recognized leader in expanding the universe of opportunities, imagination, innovation, and lifelong learning benefiting its diverse community. To learn more, go to dmpl.org.