Governor appoints Ann Marsh to Library Commission board
Wednesday, August 14, 2013 1:00 PM
Jackson - Governor Phil Bryant has appointed Ann Marsh to the Mississippi Library Commission Board of Commissioners.
Marsh fills the vacancy left when Russell Burns of Brookhaven resigned and will serve the remainder of the term which expires June 30, 2015.
She represents one of two "at large" positions.
A native of Missouri, Marsh received a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. She is an avid library supporter and lover of books.
When asked about her appointment to the Library Commission Board Marsh remarked, "With my years of experience in the public library, I hope to give insight to Board decisions and have a positive impact on library services. It is an honor to serve on the Mississippi Library Commission Board of Commissioners."
She is the branch manager at the Northwest Point Reservoir Library, a branch of the Central Mississippi Regional Library System, where she has been employed for twenty-six years.