GREENWICH, Conn. – The Friends of Greenwich Library elected four new trustees to serve on the Greenwich Library Board at the group's annual meeting in May. Susan Alexander, Angelique Febles Bell, Nicole Hadley and Thomas Heagney will each serve three-year terms.
“We are thrilled to welcome such an extraordinarily talented group of new trustees to the board. We believe they will make a valuable contribution to the Library’s future,” said Haley Rockwell Elmlinger, president of the board of trustees.
Alexander has recently retired after 31 years as global head of human resources at Sotheby’s in New York and is on the board of the YMCA of Greater NYC. She holds a B.S., summa cum laude, from Indiana University School of Music and an M.B.A., summa cum laude, from the University of Cincinnati.
Bell serves on the executive board of the Greenwich Leadership Council of Save the Children and has chaired several committees within the Parents Association at Brunswick School. She has used her publicity and communications background to benefit a multitude of community organizations. She received a B.A. in journalism and English from New York University and previously worked as a publicist for Goodman Media International and as an Emmy-nominated associate producer for NBC News.
Hadley is an active volunteer at both Greenwich High School and Brunswick School and has been a Friends board member since 2007, holding the position of outreach chair. She has a B.S. in elementary education from SUNY Oneonta and an M.S. in special education from SUNY Albany and began her career in the Byram Hills Central School District in New York.
Thomas J. Heagney is a partner at Heagney, Lennon & Slane, LLP, and a longtime volunteer and board member of Abilis and Greenwich Green & Clean. He has been heavily involved in land use, zoning and parks in the town of Greenwich, and has served as a member of the Greenwich RTM, Board of Education and school building committees. He holds a B.A. from Drew University and a J.D. from New York Law School.
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