Library Liaison Program

A library liaison is a librarian who has been formally designated as the primary contact person between the Library and assigned academic departments at Bunker Hill Community College’s Library and Learning Commons.

This person serves as a contact for assistance with, or information about, any library resource or service. In other words, the liaison fosters two-way communication between the library and the College.

Collection development is the process of adding and removing resources to and from the BHCC Library's collection. Librarians are continuously selecting books, DVDs, databases, and other resources to augment or replace old, outdated, damaged, or irrelevant items.

BHCC librarians actively solicit feedback in the collection development process. Each academic area has a subject specialist/department liaison, who is your primary contact person. Our librarians and their subject areas are:

Anicia Kuchesky


Andrew McCarthy

Computer Information Technology
Computer Media Technology
Distance Learning and Online courses
English as a Second Language

Svetlana Ordian

Allied Health
Culinary Arts and Hospitality
Foreign Languages
Medical Imaging
Pharmacy Technician

Vivica Pierre

Business Administration
Early Childhood Education
Office and Information Management
Social Sciences

Cecilia Roberts

Criminal Justice
History and Government
Legal Studies including Paralegal Studies
Legal History

Faculty and staff members can help with the collection development process by:

  • Meeting, calling, or emailing their library subject specialist, as well as other BHCC Library staff members
  • Reviewing the collection development policy and the materials we have for their disciplines
  • Recommending some titles for us to purchase
  • Scheduling a library orientation and/or information literacy session

Check out our available times for meetings here