Florence Griswold Museum appoints new Executive Director
The Trustees of the Florence Griswold Museum are pleased to announce that Joshua Campbell Torrance of Wethersfield, CT took the reins as Executive Director of the 75-year-old cultural institution as of February 6.
Torrance brings over 22 years of experience as Executive Director to his post. Of his new position Torrance states, “I am honored that the search committee and board have placed their trust in me. The Florence Griswold Museum has a stellar reputation and an outstanding team. I am eager to continue the great progress that has been made over the years and help to advance the Museum’s next chapter.”
Please help us welcome Joshua!
Joshua is eager to meet his new community, so he’s opening his door and breaking out the coffee cups every Wednesday in March and April from 10 to 11am. Find out more here…Learn more about Joshua Campbell Torrance...
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