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Board of Trustees

   The Warner Library's Board of Trustees is comprised of seven volunteer citizens of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow who serve for terms of five years. Library trustees are appointed by the elected trustees of their respective villages to establish broad goals and policy, to raise and administer funds, to delegate authority to the Library Director and to evaluate progress. Board of Trustees meetings are held once a month at 7 pm and are open to the public. Please attend and learn more about your library's activities and plans.


2018 Board Meeting Schedule

January 18, 2018 
February 15, 2018
March 15, 2018
April 19, 2018
May 17, 2018
June 21, 2018
September 20, 2018
October 19, 2018
November 17, 2018
December 21, 2018
All meetings begin at 7 pm


2017 Meeting Minutes
Thursday, January 21
Thursday, February 16
Thursday, March 16
Thursday, April 20
Thursday, May 18
Thursday, June 15
Thursday, September 21


Minutes Archive



Board Members


Edward A. Berry, AIA

Ed Berry has been a Licensed New York Architect since 1991 and has worked as the Director of Facilities Planning for Jackson Lewis P.C. since 2000, overseeing the growth of the firm from 22 offices to more than 60 across the United States. Before that, he worked for 8+ years at the American Museum of Natural History in the Construction Department, where as the museums sole in-house Architect he oversaw construction and renovations across the museums 23 buildings, working closely with the museum's craftsmen, the DCA, NYC Fire, Building and Landmarks Departments.  Moving to Sleepy Hollow in 1998 with his wife, Ed has enjoyed being an active member of the river towns community with his family, which includes their two daughters who are currently in the Middle and High Schools.  As a parishioner at Saint Barnabas in Irvington, Ed has been an usher for many years, and previously served on the Vestry Board. He and his daughters have created and installed two holes in the Warner Library's Annual Haunted Halloween Mini Golf fundraiser.  Ed was recognized by The Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytown’s at their 2016 Gala for his volunteer work assisting with the design & construction at the Middle School Recess (Space) Redesign, a project which significantly increased the number of students who went outside during their free time.

Sharon Camlic

Sharon Camlic has been a resident of Sleepy Hollow since 1999. She currently resides at 16 Bedford Road, adjacent to the Headless Horseman diner with husband Chuck and two daughters. The Camlic's have been active volunteers with the TNT sports league and Sharon has consistently volunteered on behalf of the Schools of the Tarrytowns. A grants and fund raising professional for over 20 years, Sharon has successfully obtained funding from government agencies, corporations, foundations and individuals totaling tens of millions of dollars. These achievements were the result of working collaboratively with trustees, colleagues, the public and the nonprofit community to achieve important goals in education, health care, and for community and cultural organizations.

Sharon has established her consulting work with clients that thus far include:

- Kids’ Science Challenge - supporting website and radio programs
- Andinum software development
- Clinical & Translational Science Center at Weill Cornell Medical College


Liza Glover

Liza Glover, originally from Nashville, TN has been active in the Tarrytown community sincemoving here in 1996. She works as  Admin at Hudson Homes Sotheby’s InternationalRealty in Tarrytown. Throughout the yearsshe has been Chairwoman of the Tarrytown Nursery School, President of the MorsePTA and Treasurer for the Hill and Dale Garden Club. She has a BS inCommunications from UT-Knoxville and a Teaching Certificate fromUNC-Asheville.  Her two daughters, Ellen and Roslyn, attended Sleepy HollowHigh School and her husband, Tom works at Johnson & Johnson.


Michele R. Gonzalez

Michele R. Gonzalez is a Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker with Julia B. Fee Sotheby's International Realty in Irvington.  Michele is the Co-President of the Sleepy Hollow Garden Club, and a former Vice President of the PTA of the Tarrytowns.  Michele served as the Chair of the Fund-raising Committee for the Tarrytowns High School Football Boosters and has been a long time supporter and contributor to the Tarrytowns School Foundation.  Michele and her husband Sam and their children Justin and Samantha have been residents of Sleepy Hollow since 1991.


David Huber

David Huber is a retired partner of White & Case LLP, an international law firm headquartered in New York City.  He was with the firm from 1977 through 2007, and served as partner in charge of the firm's office in Jakarta, Indonesia, from 1990 to 1993. His practice included project finance, banking and international financial and construction transactions. He is currently active in tournament bridge as a player, director and teacher. David is a graduate of Princeton University and holds a JD from Case Western Reserve University. He, his wife Gwenn Glover, and their son Nathaniel have been residents of Tarrytown since 1979.


David Neilsen

David Neilsen has been the President of the EPTA of the Tarrytowns since 2010.  In 2011, he conceived of and chaired the Washington Irving Fitness Playground Committiee.  In addition, he created and has organized the annual Read Out @ Warner event to benefit the Children's Room of the Library since 2011.  He also serves on the Tarrytown School District Task Force, focusing on finding new ways to maximize academic opportunities for the district's students outside of the classroom.  David is a local writer whose River Dad column has been running in The River Journal since 2008.  He also writes for Westchester Magazine, The Hook, Westchester Family and The Valley Table and is an accomplished film and television writer.  David and his family have been residents of Tarrytown since 2007.


Patricia Pinckney

   Patricia Pinckney holds an MA in Library Science and a Media Generalist Certificate.  She worked as a University Reference Librarian and a K-12 Media Specialist before moving to New York in 1983.  Now a principal of SDA, a NYC architectural lighting firm.  Patricia taught at FIT and the New School where she was an MFA candidate in the Parson's lighting design program.  She has lived in Tarrytown since 1990 serving on boards of the Historical Society, Tarrytown Beautification Foundation and the Architectural Review Board.  She is Chair of the Tarrrytown Signage and Design Committee.