Board and Staff

Our Board

Board of Directors

J. DeLano Ford, Chair

  • Maria Balais 
  • Kayron Bearden 
  • Ben Carter
  • Aisha Greenlee
  • Sandra Hester 
  • Gayle Holloman, Library Director, ex officio 
  • Lori Kilberg 
  • Kyle McCuen 
  • Catherine Murray-Rust 
  • Tim Pakenham 
  • Nina Radakovich 
  • Eleina Raines 
  • Elizabeth Morgan Spiegel 
  • Jeff Steely 
  • Stacey Turner 
  • Mark Vollbrecht 
  • Michelle Taylor Willis
  • Comer Yates 
  • Ben Young 
  • Ken Zeff 
Emeritus Board 
  • Pinney Allen 
  • Ann Curry 
  • Betty Edge 
  • Jackie Montag 
  • David Stacy 
  • John Thomas 

Our Staff

Erin Dreiling

Executive Director

Erin Dreiling believes in the power of libraries to transform communities. She focuses on strengthening partnerships between the Foundation, the library system, and local organizations to create positive change and build lasting support for our libraries.

With a rich background in nonprofit management, Erin previously worked for the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta in communications and programmatic positions. Throughout her tenure, she directed of all aspects of marketing and communications for the organization, with a focus on brand strategy, messaging and relationship development, and managed several community impact programs and large-scale community events. Before joining the Community Foundation, Erin served in nonprofit administration and fundraising roles with several Atlanta organizations including the Alliance Theatre, the Center for Puppetry Arts and Actor’s Express.

She holds a degree in fine and performing arts from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and is certified in project management from the Project Management Institute. Erin is currently the president of the Parent Teacher Association at Burgess-Peterson Academy and is active in the East Atlanta community, where she lives with her husband, two sons, one dog and five fish.

Jennifer N. Artigue

Assistant Director

Jennifer Artigue has served as the Assistant Director for the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Foundation since 2017. She has held positions in mental health services including a case manager for outpatient and residential services at Gwinnett, Rockdale, Newton’s Community Service Board and as a clinical coordinator for foster care children at Mentor, Inc. She later served as an administrative and volunteer services coordinator for Volunteers of America of Greater Baton Rouge. As an extension of her work with children and families, Jennifer accepted a position as the Director of Admissions at The Episcopal School in Baton Rouge and subsequently as the Director of Admissions at Sophia Academy in Atlanta.

Jennifer’s philanthropic efforts include serving as the philanthropy advisor for Kappa Delta sorority where she directs the local chapter’s annual fundraising project benefitting national and local child abuse prevention agencies. She has served to assist children, adolescents, and families throughout her career and strongly believes in the purpose and mission of libraries.

Jennifer earned a Master of Education in Counselor Education from the University of New Orleans and a Bachelor of Arts from Louisiana State University. She resides in Sandy Springs with her husband and son.