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William M. Brish Library - Hagerstown Community College: Library Staff

Meet the Staff

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Kendra Perry,

Coordinator, Library & Learning Support

Kendra began her career in libraries and learning support as a student worker in the library and writing center while pursuing her undergraduate degree. After nearly two decades of experience in classrooms and writing centers while teaching language arts and German, she added library support to the ways she empowers student learning at Hagerstown Community College.

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LuAnn Fisher,

Digital Resources Librarian

Having worked in public libraries and the State Library of Alaska, LuAnn settled at HCC in the early 2000s and has enjoyed supporting our students ever since! She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her role and also enjoys teaching anthropology as an adjunct instructor.

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Alexis Heywood,

Archives & Reference Librarian

Alexis joined the library staff at HCC in 2023. She is responsible for preserving the history of the college in the HCC Archives as well as other library duties such as reference and instruction. With her background in art history, Alexis enjoys supporting students across a wide variety of projects as well as providing classroom instruction.

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Karen Giannoumis,

Library Services Assistant

Karen brings many years of academic and public library experience to HCC. She enjoys connecting students to all the useful resources the library offers, and providing library support to students as they achieve their academic goals here at the college. Her responsibilities include circulation and interlibrary loan services, in addition to library acquisitions.

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Special Hours & Closures
Campus Closed: 
  • May 27

  • June 19

  • July 4 & 5

Regular Library Hours

M-Th 8 am - 6 pm
Fri 8 am - 4:30 pm
CLOSED weekends

Library Information Desk


The William M. Brish Library is settled on the traditional indigenous homeland of the Seneca, Cayuga, and Haudenosaunee people, whose descendants now belong to the Seneca-Cayuga Nation of Oklahoma, where they were forcibly relocated by the United States government. Learn about land acknowledgments and ways to be in solidarity with Native nations beyond land acknowledgments.


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