Congratulations to Amy Tattersall, the CPRL June Employee of the Month!
Amy Tattersall of New Bern. Since reopening the library to the public and having to do so much extra cleaning, the New Bern Library staff have been using reusable rags and disinfecting spray. Amy has taken it upon herself to gather the cleaning cloths each week (sometimes multiple times in a week) and take them home to wash. Doing weekly laundry for the library is certainly going above and beyond her job responsibilities. Amy is kind to fellow staff, willing to help patrons at all times, and dedicated to CPRL. She has empathy and compassion for the patrons who struggle, and keeps calm when faced with tense patron. As a reference library assistant Amy is quick to give tech instruction to library patrons, help find a book, and word a resume. She does not like to let anyone leave the library without feeling they have completed their research. Amy has taken on doing programming for the SRP and gives input on programming when requested. She is a phenomenal CPRL employee and deserves the Employee of the month.
Pictured (left to right): Victor Jones, Katherine Clowers, Nicole Vandiford, Amy Tattersall, and Ken Carbonell
Congratulations to Shannon Callen, the CPRL May Employee of the Month!
Shannon is the Pamlico Young Adult Librarian and has been working in the Pamlico Library on a part time basis. During this time she has processed 1800 new library card requests for the Craven Pamlico Region and created 16 YA programs/events for Pamlico and the Region. I have been impressed by her exemplary customer service skills, organizational proficiency and her consistent attention to details. Pamlico has received many compliments from patrons regarding her customer service and willingness to assist. She is a fabulous employee, a huge asset to CPRL and is so deserving of this award and recognition.
Congratulations to Vanceboro’s Melanie Germon who is CPRL’s first Employee of the Month Recipient!