Tracey L. Wehking became Director of The Brookfield Library in September 2021. Previously she was the Director of Library Services for the Indian River County Library System in Florida. Tracey holds a BA with honors in Anthropology from the University of Florida, a JD from the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida, and a MLIS from the University of South Florida. She is married with two children and loves to read (of course), travel, and craft.
Head of Children's Services
Before taking over as Head of Children’s Services, Debbie was the Children’s Program Assistant here at the library. Debbie brings a lifelong love of learning, as well as a background in Elementary Education, most recently as a preschool teacher here in Brookfield. She is a graduate of Manhattanville College and is currently pursuing her MLIS degree from San Jose State University. Debbie is very involved in the schools and community with her husband, Mike, and their three children.
Dawn has lived in Brookfield for over 20 years and loves this community! A graduate of WCSU, she first worked at the library as a part-time cataloger, and is currently the Administrative Assistant. She and her husband have two children and a six-year old rescue dog named Rowan. Dawn is happiest when watching her daughter dance on the Sacred Heart University Dance ensemble, or watching her son play on the BHS basketball team. She also enjoys cooking, papercrafting, and watching sports, especially NASCAR, the LA Rams, and basketball. Her favorite genre of literature is historical fiction.
Head of Information Technology Services Librarian
If she has her way, you will find Jennifer at a concert, movie, designing a website, or reading mystery or teen fiction. She also enjoys anything cat-related, watching NFL football (Go Bills!), and spending time with her friends and family. Jennifer received her Master’s Degree in Library Science from Clarion University of PA in 2003. She has also worked at libraries in Pennsylvania and New York.
Mary Ellen Gill
Mary Ellen Gill (Miss Meg) received her MLS from Southern Connecticut State University in 2012 and holds a Bachelor of Science in Government with a History Minor from Morehead State University in Kentucky. She loves to travel and enjoys planting flowers and looking after her little flock of chickens. She has been very happily married for almost 20 years and is the proud mom of two awesome boys (and one smelly coon hound). She loves Children’s poetry and her favorite books to read are historical fiction with a dash of fantasy thrown in just for fun.
Andrea (also known as Andie) has been a Brookfield resident for 20 years. She loves spending time with her friends and family and has two boys at Brookfield High School. Andrea also has a rescue dog named Abby. Andrea loves to watch movies, especially those “totally awesome” moves from the ’80s, and loves mystery, romance, and suspense books.
Adult Services Librarian
Shannon is a graduate of WCSU and has a degree in Anthropology/Sociology. She is currently enrolled at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and is pursuing her MLIS degree. Shannon has worked in several different Fairfield County libraries, so her face may be familiar to some. She enjoys reading graphic novels, science fiction, fantasy and romance novels, as well as cook books!
Rachel is passionate about libraries and all the great things they offer the community. She loves food, gardening, art, and travel…and reading about food, gardening, art, and travel. Her very favorite thing is doing just about anything with her husband and daughter.
Abbey has her MLIS from the University of Rhode Island and a BA in Theater Arts from WCSU. In her spare time she enjoys seeing theater, ice skating, and hanging out with her dog, Bowie. She reads mostly teen fiction, contemporary romance, and mysteries.
Dan is a 13 year US Navy veteran including a three year tour living in Italy. He currently serves in the US Naval Reserve. Dan has 33+ years experience as an air traffic controller and has been the Air Traffic Manager at Danbury Airport since 2008. He is a husband and father, as well as co-President of the Friends of The Brookfield Library along with his wife, Georgette. Dan has volunteered as a coach for Danbury PAL girls softball, DAYO football and Danbury Special Olympics. His passions include books, films, music, travel, history, languages, sports snd motorcycling.
Karen moved from NYC to Brookfield 39 years ago. She is married, has two daughters and two grand dogs. Karen joined the library staff in 2008. Her degree is from Queens College in elementary education, and she studied business at WCSU. Karen has volunteered with Ability Beyond Disability for over 35 years. Her favorite books can be found in the non-fiction section.
Stacey moved to Brookfield with her husband, two children and two cats in 2009. She started at The Brookfield Library as a circulation assistant in 2018. She has a BA in French and a Masters in TESOL. Stacey’s passions include travel, linguistics, music and her favorite genres include historical fiction and YA.
Ken graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a B.A. in Political Science and a Minor in History. His favorite genre is Historical Fiction and his favorite novel is A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. He has worked in public libraries since he was 18. When not working he loves to be at or near the beach.
Angelica is a recent grad from the University of New Haven with a B.A. in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. She is currently attending TRCC for her Library Technician Certification. Her preferred genres include History and graphic novels (picture books are for adults too!), though she has recently developed an interest in YA fantasy novels. Angelica’s hobbies include jewelry making, needle felting, baking, gem collecting and playing video games.
Adult Services Librarian
Sarah-Ruth graduated from the University of Washington with her Master of Library and Information Science. She received her Bachelor of Science in Arts & Letters with a double minor in Theatre and Writing from Portland State University. In her spare time she loves to hang out with her husband, two cats, and be in nature.
Shelver & Summer Reading Program Artist
Michele has been working at the Brookfield Library for over ten years. On her days off, she loves to spend time with her family, paint, or relax by reading a good book on the beach.