Leadership

Douglas County Libraries elevates our community by inspiring a love of reading, discovery and connection.

Bob Pasicznyukarrow_forward

Executive Library Director
Bob Pasicznyuk, Executive Director
"Our customers have high expectations of their library district, and we aim to meet those expectations by providing exceptional library experiences through our signature events, beautiful facilities, contemporary technology, and expansive collections."
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Bob Pasicznyuk

Executive Library Director
Bob Pasicznyuk reunited with Douglas County Libraries in 2014 after a five-year hiatus leading the Cedar Rapids Public Library in a time of rapid change and rebuilding. Previously, Bob managed projects and technology efforts in libraries at Douglas County, Pikes Peak Library District, and the University of Colorado. He has an M.S. in Library Science and Certificate of Advanced Study in Information Science from the University of North Texas.

Amber DeBerryarrow_forward

Director of Community Engagement
Amber DeBerry, Director of Community Engagement
"Our libraries are more than just learning hubs, they’re the centers of our community. Douglas County Libraries brings the community together, inside and outside our beautiful buildings, with excellent public resources and educational, engaging and entertaining events for all customers."
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Amber DeBerry

Director of Community Engagement
Amber DeBerry joined Douglas County Libraries in May of 2011. Previously, she was Senior Vice President of Revenue Operations for The Wildlife Experience and in the marketing department of the Denver Zoological Foundation. She has a B.S. in Journalism with a minor in Business from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Over the years, she has been a member of various marketing and foundation committees. At Douglas County Libraries, Amber oversees Community Engagement, District Programming, and the Douglas County Libraries Foundation.

Patti Owen-DeLayarrow_forward

Executive Administrator
Patti Owen-DeLay, Executive Administrator
"Douglas County Libraries’ administrative team takes a thoughtful, forward-looking approach to providing premium library experiences for our guests. All of our strategic plans and goals are designed with the customer top of mind."
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Patti Owen-DeLay

Executive Administrator
Patti Owen-DeLay has rejoined Douglas County Libraries after an absence of seven years. During her absence she became a Professional Certified Coach and led coach training programs in the United States and Canada. Recently, she returned to libraries, working for Arapahoe Library District. Back at Douglas County Libraries, she is again Executive Administrator.

Dave Andersonarrow_forward

Director of Finance
Dave Anderson, Director of Finance
"Douglas County Libraries is committed to utilizing the resources provided by the taxpayers of Douglas County in a responsible and disciplined manner. Our overarching goal is to protect and enhance the library services and facilities that have become a vital part of life in Douglas County."
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Dave Anderson

Director of Finance
David Anderson joined Douglas County Libraries in September 2018. Previously, he served as Chief Financial Officer at CHB Capital Partners. Prior to that David was an independent financial consultant and also worked in mid- to senior-level financial management positions in the capital equipment finance industry. Dave graduated with Departmental honors from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a bachelor's degree in accounting. He has been a licensed CPA since 1981.

Jill Correntearrow_forward

Director of Administrative Services
Jill Corrente, Director of Finance
"DCL's Technology, Facilities, Collection Services, and Human Resources teams are dedicated to supporting library staff so that staff can focus on providing premium library experiences to our customers. Our early literacy programs, library events, top-tier technology, curated collections, inspired buildings, and meeting and event spaces serve customers in fresh ways."
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Jill Corrente

Director of Administrative Services
Jill Corrente joined Douglas County Libraries in March 2020. Previously, she was the Director of Technology and Innovation for Arapahoe Libraries. She has a Master's in Library Science from Southern Connecticut State University and more than 20 years of experience with public libraries. At Douglas County Libraries, Jill oversees the Technology, Facilities, Collection, and Human Resources teams.

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