Linda Marshall joins Historic New England staff
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. – March 2014 – Historic New England is pleased to announce that Linda Marshall has been appointed Regional Site Manager, Northern New England.
Marshall is directly responsible for managing six historic properties in New Hampshire: Langdon House, Rundlet-May House, and Jackson House in Portsmouth; Gilman Garrison House in Exeter; and Barrett House in New Ipswich, and works with two site managers to manage six historic properties in Maine.
Marshall says, “I’m excited to be joining Historic New England as we open the Drawing Toward Home exhibition at Langdon House and have our inaugural exhibition Here by the Sea: Contemporary Art of the Piscataqua at the new visitor center at Sarah Orne Jewett House in South Berwick, Maine.”
Prior to her appointment at Historic New England, Marshall worked as engagement manager and cultural site administrator and cultural resources educator at The Trustees of Reservations and as director of programs at the Cape Ann Museum. She studied marketing at UMass Amherst, earned a masters degree from Antioch University, and a certificate in museum studies from Tufts University. Marshall will work from Historic New England’s Governor John Langdon House in Portsmouth.
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