Tatiana Weinstein MLIS ’01 promoted to Director of the Lisle Library District


January 31, 2017

Tatiana Weinstein MLIS ’01 is in her second week as director of the Lisle Library District, a position she was recently promoted to after 18 years at the library. She is proud to have been a member of the Lisle Library staff since 1998, starting as a readers advisory assistant and moving up the ranks to director of adult services and assistant director. 

While working at a book store for 11 years, including during her college studies, Weinstein was influenced by the store’s staff librarian. Growing up, Weinstein loved art, reading, writing and books and describes herself as a "news junkie."

Learning more about what a librarian does convinced Weinstein that it could be her perfect career. She earned her master’s degree in library and information science from Dominican University. 

The Lisle Library is approximately 33,190 square feet in size and houses 160,000 items in its collection. Residents may access digital content through 40 databases.

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