County Executive Thomas P. Gordon recently administered the Oath of Office for the Library Advisory Board to active community member Anita Sterling.
“It’s always great to find people like Anita Sterling who are willing to use their talent and experience to give back to the community,” Gordon said. “I am pleased to have someone of her caliber take the oath of office, and I thank her and all the members giving their time to the boards and commissions.”
Sterling, of Claymont, is a member of the Friends of Claymont Library, where she serves as membership chair and web master. She is also a member of the American Association of University Women Wilmington Branch, Claymont Community Center Legacy Committee, Eastern Brandywine Hundred Coordinating Council, the Osher Institute of Life Long Learning at the University of Delaware and a Stockings for Soldiers team leader.
She previously worked as an information technology network administrator for Santora CPA Group, information systems specialist for the Girl Scouts of Chesapeake Bay Council and administrative services director/finance & human resources director for YWCA of New Castle County.
Sterling received post graduate certification in business and technical writing from the University of Delaware and a Bachelor of Science in management information systems from Widener University.
The Library Advisory Board is made up of county residents and library friends groups responsible for advising the county library manager, recommending programs concerning local library needs and implementation of an effective county library system.
Click here to see the county’s Facebook photo gallery on Sterling’s oath of office.