Cedar Springs Public Library announces new director
Posted on December 24, 2021.
Bob Ellick, chairman of the board of directors for the Cedar Springs public library, announced this week that they have chosen a new director. “As a result of our nationwide research, I am pleased to announce the unanimous selection of Kamey Krum-Howe to succeed Donna Clark as Director of the Cedar Springs Public Library,” he said. he declares.
Kamey comes to Cedar Springs from the Flat River Community Library in Greenville, Michigan, where she was the Reference and Outreach Librarian.
Kamey’s experience includes over 25 years serving community members in the private sector and over five years serving community members in the non-profit sector. His experiences have enabled him to gain knowledge in the areas of compliance, strategic planning, human resources management, policy, finance, solution implementation, facilities management, grant writing, media communications, broadcasting and more. Through this, she developed the ability to build relationships and the ability to work with various groups within the community.
“It is my vision that the Cedar Springs Public Library will be an instrument of positive empowerment within the community,” said Kamey, “a blend of innovative virtual and in-person programming, strong collections and responsive services that engage library visitors and community members; a place to celebrate ideas, promote creativity, connect people, enrich life through open and fair access; a library system that nurtures education through a lifelong love of reading and learning in an atmosphere where everyone is seen, heard and owned.
Kamey will begin in this position, vacated by Donna Clark, who is retiring after 21 years of service in the Cedar Springs community, effective January 3, 2022.