Library hires manager for Dublin Branch

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Trish Piliado

COLUMBUS—Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML) has hired Trish Piliado as manager of its Dublin Branch. She officially began her new role on Monday, April 1.

Piliado is new to CML, having most recently served as assistant principal at Cornerstone Academy in the Westerville area. Prior to her time there, she held leadership roles at Columbus City Schools and Vancouver Public Schools in Washington state. She also has extensive public library experience, having served as manager of the Langston Hughes Branch of the Cleveland Public Library and as young adult services coordinator for Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries.

“We’re thrilled to welcome Trish to Columbus Metropolitan Library,” says CML Chief Customer Experience Officer Charlie Hansen. “With her background in education and librarianship, we know she’ll bring an immense passion for community service to Dublin.”

The previous manager of the Dublin Branch, Joe Yersavich, retired in March.

NOTE: Electronic file of headshot available upon request.

Columbus Metropolitan Library has served the people of Franklin County, Ohio since 1873. With its Main Library and 22 branches, CML is well known for signature services and programs like School Help, Reading Buddies, Summer Reading Challenge and Ready for Kindergarten. The library’s Strategic Plan supports the vision of “a thriving community where wisdom prevails,” which positions CML to respond to areas of urgent need: kids unprepared for kindergarten, third grade reading proficiency, high school graduation, college and career readiness and employment resources.

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