We believe that a public library should be:

A dynamic contributor to the Fishers/Noblesville community.

A liaison between its members and the world’s knowledge.

A variety of technology platforms that deliver IDEAS onsite, online, and on demand.

A team passionate about preserving the integrity of knowledge.

Mission

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To be our community’s essential connector to information and ideas.

Vision

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A connected library in a connected community.

Our Guiding Principles

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Innovation

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Discovery

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Equity

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Access

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2024-2028 Strategic Priorities

Strategic Priority 1: Access

People will find appealing and accessible library materials, spaces, and services they need and want

  • Increase availability and use of library resources
  • Remove barriers to access of physical and digital spaces
  • Provide access to clean, safe, and functional spaces

Strategic Priority 2: Community

Everyone is welcome in the library and will find people, resources, and services that reflect a broad range of individual interests and needs.

  • Ensure collection depth and breadth reflects community needs
  • Provide events and services that reflect the needs of the community
  • Develop informed and compassionate library employees to effectively serve all in the community

Strategic Priority 3: Engagement

People will know what the library has to offer and receive accurate information about library services in places they frequent and from trusted sources.

  • Increase number of active library users
  • Improve awareness of services, resources, and HEPL mission
  • Prioritize opportunities to connect with community, both in and outside of the library

Strategic Priority 4: Capacity

The Library will expand to meet the needs of our increasingly diverse and growing community.

  • Establish Library Foundation
  • Explore a third HEPL location
  • Develop and implement robust strategy for evaluating capacity

Annual Reports

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2022 Annual Report

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2021 Annual Report

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2020 Annual Report

Ready to serve you

Leadership Team

The team at the Hamilton East Public Library is excited to help you get the most out of your library. We have more services than most people realize. Whether you are looking for free music downloads or research materials, our staff can help you get what you need.

We’d like to introduce you to the dedicated team at the library. Feel free to contact any of these department members if you need help, support, or are looking for something specific. We are here to help.

Come join the world of ideas, all living right here at your local library.

HEPL leadership team group

The HEPL Leadership Team

Molly Mrozowski

Molly Mrozowski

Interim Director / Chief Operating Officer

Melissa Loiselle

Melissa Loiselle

Interim Director/Chief Impact Officer

Kim Loeffler

Kim Loeffler

Business Manager/Chief Financial Officer

John Chomica

John Chomica

Director of Human Resources

Kelsey Sweet

Kelsey Sweet

Director of Marketing and Communications

Katelyn Coyne

Katelyn Coyne

Director of Experiential Learning

Brad Howell

Brad Howell

Director of Community and Staff Engagement

Anita Snyder

Anita Snyder

Director of Access Services

Amber Wright

Amber Wright

Director of Public Services

Chaise Carter

Chaise Carter

Director of Youth Services

Bob Kolarich

Bob Kolarich

Director of Facilities

Joseph Wooley

Joseph Wooley

Director of Collection Services