The Board of Trustees of the American Museum of Fly Fishing has introduced Sarah Foster, a valued member of the AMFF staff since 2007, because the Museum’s new Government Director.
Learn extra within the press launch beneath.
AMFF Appoints New Government Director
Manchester, Vermont (November 9, 2017) – The Board of Trustees of the American Museum of Fly Fishing is happy to announce Sarah Foster because the Museum’s new Government Director. A valued member of the AMFF staff since 2007, Mrs. Foster brings a wealth of institutional data to the place. She beforehand served because the Museum’s Director of Improvement.
Karen Kaplan, AMFF Board President mentioned at the moment, “Sarah is an AMFF employees veteran, extremely revered by each the Trustees and employees, whose experience will lead the Museum ahead in a sensible and constructive approach. We enormously welcome her as our new Government Director.”
“2018 marks the Museum’s 50th anniversary which is honorable in its personal proper, however coupled with the launch of our anticipated saltwater exhibition and the creation of a brand new everlasting fly room, we’ve set the stage for an thrilling 12 months. The Museum has a beautiful Board and dependable supporters domestically, throughout the nation, and world wide,” commented Mrs. Foster at the moment from her workplace overlooking Important Avenue in Manchester Village. She went on to say, “The Museum is a crucial cultural landmark right here in Vermont and likewise does a beautiful job serving the fly fishing group at massive, and continues to be a spot the place angling historians, life-long fanatics, and new-comers alike can come collectively (both in individual or on-line) to rejoice the wealthy historical past and custom of our sport.”
Mrs. Foster is a graduate of the College of Albany and holds a Bachelor’s Diploma in Anthropology and Enterprise. She is a longtime resident of Shushan, New York the place she lives along with her husband and two youngsters alongside the Battenkill River. She is an avid barrel racer and serves as treasurer at her native church.
In regards to the American Museum of Fly Fishing
The American Museum of Fly Fishing is the steward of the historical past, traditions, and practices of the game of fly-fishing and promotes the conservation of its waters. The Museum collects, preserves, reveals, research, and interprets the artifacts, artwork, and literature of the game and, by a wide range of outreach platforms, makes use of these assets to interact, educate, and profit all. The Museum fulfills this mission by our public applications (together with exhibitions, gallery applications, lectures, particular occasions, and shows), our publications, and our quarterly journal, The American Fly Fisher.
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