Cheryl Heywood

Executive Director
Timberland Regional Library

Cheryl Heywood has been Executive Director of the Timberland Regional Library system since 2013, spanning 7,000 square miles, with 29 libraries in Grays Harbor, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, and Thurston counties.

An invigorating and enthusiastic speaker, Cheryl has provided State of the Library Address updates to State and Local Governments, Chamber, Kiwanis, and Rotary Clubs. She has also provided many radio and print interviews. Cheryl serves on the Pacific Mountain Workforce Development, a 26-member Board which oversees WorkSource and additional contracting services, supporting the job seeker and business owner. As a Board member, she has been serving as the lead on the One-Stop Committee, which directly oversees WorkSource operations, and she also serves on their Executive Finance Committee.

Cheryl holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Concordia University and a Master’s degree in Library Studies from McGill University. She is originally from Montreal, Canada. Cheryl is an avid traveler and enjoys outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, biking, and camping.

Interested in inviting Cheryl Heywood to speak at your next meeting, conference, or event? Please email to inquire.






Community Connections

  • Meeting with Jessica Bateman, Representative for 22nd District in the Washington House of Representatives. Express Video, opens a new window
  • Individual Meetings with Steve Tharinger, Representative for 24th District in the Washington House of Representatives, Jim Walsh, Representative for 19th District in the Washington House of Representatives, JT Wilcox, Representative for 2nd District in the Washington House of Representatives. Express Video, opens a new window

Library Services Flyers

Connecting People, Places, & Ideas (English, PDF)
Conectando lectores, lugares e ideas (En Español PDF)



TRL Logos & Branding Guidelines

Branding Guideline Toolkit

Toolkit includes:
  • Logos Files (web and print)
  • Branding Guidelines
  • Color Guide
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