Scoular named as new Mission library manager

UBC grad will be starting her new job at local library April 22

Heather Scoular has been named as the new manager for Mission Library, and will assume her duties April 22.

Scoular holds a Master of Library Science from the University of British Columbia. She has  experience in administration, public service, finance, and community development in public libraries across the Greater Vancouver area.

She is a champion of social inclusion and reaching the underserved, and has served on the executive board of the BC Library Association, the InterLINK Administrators’ Advisory Group, and the Association of BC Public Library Directors.

Scoular will spend much of her time working with Mission staff raising the library’s profile and developing new partnerships with community leaders.

She will also head FVRL’s Outreach Services, based at the FVRL Administrative Centre.

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