The Green Tree Public Library has an active and enthusiastic Library Board of Directors. The objective of the Board is to assure free access to unbiased information to the community of Green Tree, in addition to promoting library use and services in the community. Monthly library board meetings are open to the public and take place on the third Tuesday of every month at 7 p.m. in the Poplar Room.
If you are a resident of Green Tree and are interested in joining the library board (or any other board, committee or commission), please download and fill out a application. You can either mail or drop off the application to the Municipal Center Administrative Office or email it to email@example.com.
Current Library Board
|Chris Zakrzewski||Vice President|
|Mark Sampogna||Treasurer and Council Representative|
|John Bonassi||Honorary Member|
|Sue V. Giardina||Honorary Member|
|Phyllis Abinanti||Honorary Member|
|William Nasri||Lifetime Honorary Member|
MEET THE MANAGEMENT TEAM
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 works closely with staff, the board of trustees, 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
Emily Bryan-Reeder, MLIS
Emily was hired as the Assistant Director in 2017. Before coming to Green Tree she was the Children’s Department Manager at the Wilkinsburg Library for almost 5 years. She has received extensive training in STEM education and loves creating programs that combine fun with learning. Emily has also served on the Youth Services Advisory Committee for the Allegheny County Library Association.
Emily grew up in Ohio and moved to Pittsburgh after receiving her undergraduate degree in history from Mount Union College. She attended the University of Pittsburgh where she earned her Masters of Library and Information Science in 2009.