Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Announces Management Changes for Upcoming Year
Charlotte, NC – January 19, 2011 – In a proactive move to position itself for the FY 2012 budget and the recommendations of the Future of the Library Task Force this spring, the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Board has approved interim changes in the Library’s executive management structure.
Charles Brown, who has served as Director of Libraries for the past seven years, has announced plans to leave the system at the end of the fiscal year in June. He will remain with the Library in a management role until that time, assisting with daily operations and system changes as needed.
Vick Phillips, an experienced executive who once served as chief of staff for former Bank of America Chairman and CEO Hugh McColl, will join the Library as an interim Chief Executive Officer during the transition. Phillips will play a lead role in daily and strategic operations for the Library while he also guides the Library’s budget planning process and prepares the organization for the Task Force’s recommendations.
“The Library is entering a new chapter, and we feel that Vick Phillips’ leadership, along with the experience and knowledge of Charles Brown, will help ensure an even higher level of success in implementing recommended changes for the future,” says Robin Branstrom, chair of the Library Board. More coverage from the Charlotte Observer.