Alexandria ArnoldAlexandria Arnold
Executive Director
Passionate about community and civic engagement, Ms. Arnold believes that libraries should innovate, take chances, and draw inspiration for creative programs and services from other nonprofits and for-profit institutions. She is skilled at tapping funding sources and is committed to providing fully functional technology to the community.

Ms. Arnold holds an MS in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania, an MLS from Rutgers University, an MA in Russian and East European Studies from the University of Michigan, a BA in History and Political Science from Drake University and an AA in Liberal Arts from Simon’s Rock College. She has completed a Certificate in Non-Profit Management from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and several fundraising courses at New York University.

A self-proclaimed foodie and adventurous eater of all things vegetarian, she believes that a balanced life includes chocolate in both hands and few dogs at one’s feet.

Rocio Campbell Rocio Campbell
Technical Services Supervisor
Responsible for the back-office technical work, Ms. Campbell navigated the library through the transition from a stand-alone library to a fully integrated member of the MAIN library consortium. Having started as an Information & Borrower’s Service Assistant at the library in 2015, Ms. Campbell is equally well-versed in the patron-facing services of the library as she is in the technical arena.

Ms. Campbell holds a Cisco Computer Networking and Cyber Security Certificate from

Raritan Valley Community College, a Graduate Gemologist Certificate from the Gemological Institute of America, and a degree in Jewelry Design & Metal Smithing from the Escola Superior de Artes e Design in Portugal. She is the recipient of the RVCC Galileo Scholarship, the Somerset Hills Chapter of American Association of University Women Scholarship and is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

Ms. Campbell is an avid knitter and indie hand-dyed yarn curator. Her dream is to have a cedar-lined room dedicated to her ever growing wooly stash.

Laura Cole
Adult Readers’ Service Manager and Facilities Manager
She draws from her experience as a business systems analyst and her love of serving the Bernardsville community to develop and maintain processes, procedures, and staffing that result in customer-focused solutions and positive patron experiences. Ms. Cole holds a BA in English with a minor in Computer Science from Lehigh University, Phi Beta Kappa. She also completed coursework at the London School of Economics and lived in Germany for a year during which she attended high school.

Ms. Cole’s most recent obsession is perfecting the perfect popover and she is diligently conducting research for the ultimate recipe.

Jim DroneyJim
Systems Analyst
Specialty: IT Systems Management
What Jim likes best about his job: The complexity and the never-ending challenges.

Jill Hackett
Business Manager
Specialty:  Multi-tasking and keeping things organized.
What Jill likes best about her job: I like working with people.

Jack Haggis
Information & Borrowers’ Services Assistant
Specialty:  Putting library materials in good order.
What Jack likes best about his job: Customer service and helping patrons.

Kimberly Hunt
Information & Borrowers’ Services Assistant
Specialty:  Videos, displays, and readers’ advisory.
What Kimberly likes best about her job: Readers’ Advisory

Janice KildeaJanice Kildea
Information & Borrowers’ Services Assistant Specialty: Readers’ Advisory
What Janice likes best about her job: What I like best is reading the children’s picture books when no one is looking.

Linda Lozowski

Norm Luik

Kristin McCarthy
Social Media Assistant
Specialty: Creating graphics and videos for promoting the library and its programs.
What Kristin likes best about her job: I love helping the patrons and spreading my enthusiasm for the library culture and community.

Alix McKinstry
Information & Borrowers’ Services Assistant Specialty: Checking in books and organizing book carts.
What Alix likes best about her job: I like helping patrons find what they are looking for.

Laurie Pelosi-Fetten
Information & Borrowers’ Services Assistant
Specialty: Historical Fiction and Biography Readers’ Advisory
What Laurie likes best about her job: What I like best is the calm atmosphere, time spent working alongside my colleagues and assisting our kind patrons.

Christine Tropp
Adult Reader Services Assistant
Adult Reader Services Assistant with a penchant for organizing and efficiency. Christine oversees supply orders and the library regularly benefits from her knack for bargain hunting. She was the co-founded an all-volunteer, all-foster rescue dog group in Texas and has three rescue dogs of her own including one with only 3 legs.

Christine holds a B.A. in Marketing from Loras College in Dubuque, Iowa

RyanRyan Scott Weber
Technical Services Assistant
Information & Borrowers’ Services Assistant
Specialty: Knowing the DVD catalog inside and out
What Ryan likes best about his job: What I like best is working with the community.


John Bertoni, President (Finance, Personnel, Planning, Policy)
Skip Orza, Vice President (Nominating* Planning)
Amy DeMilt, Secretary (Personnel, Policy)
Mark Krook, Treasurer (Finance*, Planning)
Gretchen Dempsey (Nominating)
Rich Diegnan (Finance, Personnel, Policy)
Lucy Orfan (Nominating, Policy*)
Terry Thompson (Finance, Personnel*, Planning*)
Christine Zamarra, Council Member (Nominating)

*Denotes Committee Chair

Meetings take place at 5:30 pm in the Community Room at the library. Meetings are open to the public.

  • January 18 – Agenda
  • February 15
  • March 15
  • April 19
  • May 17
  • June 21 (no meeting unless needed)
  • July 19
  • August 16 (no meeting unless needed)
  • September 20
  • October 18
  • November 15
  • December 20

Minutes of past Library Board of Trustees meetings.

The library Board of Trustees determines policies to fulfill the library’s mission and ensure quality service. Please contact the library for additional policies.