Brighton District Library Board of Trustees
Kathryn Poppy became a member of the Board of Trustees in February 2014.
With college degrees in English teaching and journalism and a background in business management, Kathryn is employed within the University of Michigan Undergraduate Admissions Office. Trained in a top-five college, she has worked with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Sister Cities International to deliver publications to all legislators at the U.S. Capitol. Locally, she has served as Vice Chair of the Livingston Love INC Board of Directors.
“The community library is a central hub and a sturdy place to generate local solutions to all manner of problems. It connects us to each other, to tech, to local institutions, to millions of books, and to powerful databases not otherwise widely available. As a flagship for people’s lives, the library delivers long and prosperous living into our community. Those who support the library have far-reaching vision and, together, solve problems on a very great scale and I am honored to be present in this effort,” Kathryn states.
Kathryn and her family live in Genoa Township.