Adaena Tray, MLIS
Adaena was appointed the Library Director of Green Tree Public Library in 2009. Prior to that, she held the position of Assistant Librarian for three years. A long-time resident of Western Pennsylvania, Adaena is passionate about serving the residents of Green Tree and beyond. She believes that public libraries build communities and transform lives. A progressive leader, Adaena strives to integrate innovation into traditional library services.
She is a member of the American Library Association and Public Library Association and has served on strategic planning committees on a local and county level and as Secretary for the Allegheny County Library Association’s Librarians Advisory Council. Adaena works closely with staff, the board of trustees, Friends of the Library, the borough and the members of the public to carry out the mission of the library.
Adaena earned her undergraduate degree in English Writing from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania in 2004 and a Master of Science in Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2005.
Assistant Library Director
Shannon Barron, MLIS
Shannon joined Green Tree Public Library as Assistant Director in 2010. Before becoming Assistant Director Shannon worked as a Librarian at Scott Township Public Library and as a teacher. As a resident of Green Tree, Shannon loves living and working in such a vibrant neighborhood. She believes that libraries are vital community resources that support learning and exploration for children, students, and adults. As a hands-on Librarian, Shannon loves engaging with library patrons, community leaders, and staff to bring new and fresh ideas to Green Tree Public Library.
Shannon is a member of the Pennsylvania Library Association and the American Library Association where she has served as a mentor to newly minted librarians. Locally, Shannon is a member of the Allegheny County Library Association’s Youth Services Advisory Council and Digital Resources Committee. She is a leader in youth services and has given presentations to county colleagues about everything from storytime to summer reading.
Shannon earned her undergraduate degree in English from Allegheny College in 2003 and her Master of Library and Information Science from the University of Pittsburgh in 2009.