Miami‑Dade Public Library appoints Raymond Baker as the new Assistant Director for the Library Department
– Library’s new assistant director brings more than 22 years of county experience –
(Miami, FL – April 2, 2015) The Miami‑Dade Public Library System has appointed Raymond Baker as the new Assistant Director for the Library Department.
Mr. Baker has been with Miami‑Dade County for 22 years and has a wide range of experience and knowledge of Miami‑Dade County government operations. Previously, he served as Chief of Policy, Legislation and Business Services for the Internal Services Department Director’s Office where he managed all of ISD’s Board of County Commissioner’s legislative items, Fleet Management and other Business Services areas such as countywide Printing and Graphics, Business Supplies, Capital Inventory Management and the County’s Surplus Auction process. Mr. Baker has also served the County in the County’s Executive Offices and the Office of Management and Budget.
The Director for the Miami‑Dade Library System, Gia Arbogast indicates that, “We are excited about the addition of Ray to the Library team. He will be assuming oversight of the department’s Fiscal Operations, including the Operating and Capital Budget, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Support Services.”
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