Members of the Board of Trustees

The Board of the Whistler Public Library is a committed group of people who love libraries and love Whistler. As appointees of the Mayor and Council, Board members work hard with the Library Director and staff to help make our library the dynamic, progressive, and inspiring place it is today. Specifically, the Board, along with the RMOW, has overall fiscal responsibility for the library. The Board’s other primary roles include helping to determine strategic priorities, developing policies, and hiring the Library Director. The Board meets the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. in the library Community Room with the exception of the month of August.

The WPL Board is operated pursuant to the BC Library Act.

If you are interested in getting involved as a volunteer on one of our committees (advocacy, relationship building or fund-raising) please contact the Chair, Bevin Heath Ansley at wplboardrecruits@gmail.com. Trustee recruitment is currently underway for next year. Look for our ad in the Pique in September and please consider joining our Board of Trustees by contacting us and/or completing an application. The deadline for applications is 4 p.m. on October 2, 2019.

 

Board Members  

 

Executive CommitteeLibrary Board of Trusees fall 2019

  • Chair:  Bevin Heath Ansley
  • Vice Chair:  Kathleen Graham
  • Library Director:  Elizabeth Tracy
  • Member at Large:  Josie Chuback 

Human Resources

  • Chair:  Josie Chuback
  • Ralph Forsyth

Fundraising

  • Chair: Mandy Rousseau
  • Allison Winkle

Relationship Building

  • Chair: Christine Young

Interlink Representative

  • Josie Chuback
  • Alternate:  Kelly Gartshore

Friends of the Library Representative

  • Mandy Rousseau
  • Alternates: Kathleen Graham & Bevin Heath Ansley

RMOW Council representative

  • Ralph Forsyth

Trustees “on call”

  • Kelly Gartshore
  • Celia Utley
  • Curtis Collins
  • Sharon Schrul

 

Board meeting minutes: found here.

Strategic Plan: Our current Strategic Plan (2018 to 2021) outlines the Library's priorities for the next four years.