Geauga County Public Library is pleased to announce that Carol Tuttle has been promoted to the position of Head of Adult Services, Assistant Manager at Chardon Library. In her new role, Ms. Tuttle is responsible for coordinating adult programing at the Chardon Library location, supervising reference staff, working with a team of reference librarians throughout the system and supporting the literacy, materials, reference and collection services of the library system.
Having worked as a reference assistant at Chardon Library for nine years on a part-time basis, Ms. Tuttle’s familiarity with patron needs, coupled with outstanding customer service and library knowledge, made her the top-notch candidate for this position. Ms. Tuttle earned her master’s degree in library science (MLIS) from Kent State University earlier this year, and also holds a master’s degree in animal science from Cornell University. Prior to working for GCPL, she worked in the molecular pathology department at Cleveland Clinic. Her bachelor’s degree is from Muskingum College.
“Carol has proven herself to be a hard-working employee and go-to reference resource for many, many patrons,” says Judi Smith, Manager of Chardon Library. “She has a strong background in library technology and new library trends. We are extremely pleased to offer Carol this position.”
Ms. Tuttle is an active volunteer for Geauga County 4-H and Girl Scouts. She has lived in Chardon with her family for 13 years.