Women’s Hall Names Moulton Executive Director

The National Women’s Hall of Fame announces the appointment of Christine M. (Burcroff) Moulton as Executive Director. Moulton has been serving as Acting Director since December 18, 2006 and has been with the Hall for seven years.Barbara DeBaptiste, Board President of the National Women’s Hall of Fame, commented on the appointment, “We are extremely pleased to appoint Christine Moulton as the Executive Director of the National Women’s Hall of Fame. She takes the helm with seven years of organizational experience and a wealth of information about the Hall and its rich history. We are optimistic that Chris will work diligently to build and expand the Hall’s programs and services and help us transform our vision into action. Caring for its mission and growth, Chris has a true love for and keen interest in the well being of the Hall. Her enthusiasm, creativity, communication and interpersonal skills will enhance the organization’s growth and development. We are excited about our future as we move forward to fulfill our mission and interact with our national community.”A life-long resident of the Finger Lakes, Moulton currently resides in Union Springs with her husband Michael. “As a member of the local community, I want us to celebrate the fact that what happened in our own backyards (first Women’s Rights Convention held in Seneca Falls) in 1848 continues to provide inspiration and empowerment for people across the country today and will for many years to come. I look forward to being a part of the Hall’s bright future. Our talented and dedicated Board of Directors and Staff are working strategically to move the Hall forward. Together, all things are possible. We look forward to increasing the visibility of the Hall nationally, augmenting our already strong educational programs, conducting a successful 2007 Induction and rehabilitating the historic Seneca Knitting Mill as our 21st century home.”

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