Tara Irvan Graduates from Leadership Program

Tara Irvan, librarian at the Marshall County Public Library, graduated last week from Leadership Marshall County, a program designed to develop leaders within the county that help facilitate its growth and development.

 

Sponsored by the Kentucky Lake Chamber of Commerce, the nine-month program allows participants to travel around Marshall County and the surrounding areas to tour regional businesses in a variety of industries such as agriculture, economic development, law enforcement, education, and others.

 

Irvan began working at the library 16 years ago, where she has since taken on many different roles and responsibilities in the areas of cataloging, programming, circulation, and leadership.

 

"We are so proud of Tara for taking an active leadership role with our community by participating in Leadership Marshall County," Benton Branch Manager Lenisa Jones said. “This was a great opportunity to learn about our community and the many things in Marshall that we may not even realize is right in our backyard. Each participant like Tara comes out of the program better informed about our community and how to serve it better."

 

Leadership Marshall County is a highly competitive program, only allowing a class of up to 15 participants. It is open to all persons residing or working in Marshall County, or those who are affiliated with a Kentucky Lake Chamber business.


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