Orange County Welcomes New Librarian

Orange County has hired a new librarian, Patch News Service reports. The Board of Supervisors has announced the appointment of Julie Quillman. She is replacing Helen Fried, who retired in 2018.

Quillman’s career spans over 30 years. She started out in the 80’s as Specialist Librarian in Cataloging for Orange County. When she was tapped for the head librarian position, she was serving as a member of the Library Administration Policy Team where she developed OC Public Libraries’ strategic plan.

The county’s award-winning library system includes 32 public branches in 24 cities and unincorporated regions.


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