O’Neill, a principal with Transit Plus, Inc., is a consultant focused on transportation planning in Colorado and has been a resident of Elizabeth for 20 years.
Lamb has been a resident of Elbert County since 1999. She holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing and has experience in sales, marketing and customer service. Active in the community, she has been a regular library patron over the years and has been a board member for 16 months.
Foundation board president Fred Beisser noted “We are pleased with both appointments and look forward capitalizing on the background that Suzanne O’Neill brings to the foundation’s board and its capital campaign. The foundation still has openings for more board members; it is a great way to help make Elbert County an event better place to live and work.”
About the Elbert County Libraries Foundation (ECLF): ECLF is a tax exempt 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to the libraries of the Elbert County Library District (www.ElbertCountyLibrary.org)
About the Elbert County Library District. Formed in 2000, the Elbert County Library District supports literacy, lifelong learning, and leisure pursuits, transforming lives and building community throughout the county. On the Web: http://www.ElbertCountyLibrary.org. Executive director is Ms. Kari May at 303 646-3792.