Tim Rogers is the previous executive director of the Metropolitan Library System in Oklahoma City, OK.
“Tim brings several years of executive level experience in a variety of library settings to Jacksonville,” said Ronnie King, chair of JPL’s Board of Library Trustees. “With his contributions as a seasoned library leader, we look forward to furthering the success of JPL in the years ahead.”
Rogers has more than 15 years of experience in various library director positions. As the executive director at the Metropolitan Library System (Oklahoma City) he was responsible for the strategic and operational results of a library serving more than 750,000 people from 19 branch locations with more than 425 full-time employees. At NC LIVE—a library consortium for the state of North Carolina—he was the executive director and ran the statewide consortium of more than 200 academic and public libraries. Rogers also held director-level roles at the largest public library in Kansas (Johnson County Library), Coffey County Library also in Kansas and Oneida Public Library in central New York. In addition to his operational and strategic successes, Rogers has extensive fundraising experience that should benefit JPL.
Read more and see a welcome message here: https://ilovejpl.org/2018/01/22/welcome-new-library-director-tim-rogers/