Greenwood announces new Executive Director


PHOTO COURTESY GREENWOOD CENTRE FOR LIVING HISTORY

Hudson’s Greenwood Centre for Living History is delighted to announce the appointment of Geneviève Grenier as its new Executive Director, effective February 15, 2020. Geneviève replaces Terry O’Shaughnessy who has retired leaving behind a remarkable list of outstanding and varied contributions. Terry will continue at Greenwood as an experienced and valued volunteer. Audrey Wall, Greenwood’s longest serving administrator, will continue in her role as Associate Director of the Centre.

Geneviève Grenier has worked at Greenwood as a volunteer in several capacities, some of which have been Co-ordinator of the Greenwood Volunteer Tour Guides, Membership Co-ordinator, and an organizer in the early days of StoryFest for Kids. She graduated from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies, and has been a volunteer of several local not-for-profit organizations including Le Nichoir and as the Library Coordinator at École St. Thomas, as well as being a Board member of CPE Treehouse. A Hudson resident, Geneviève is fully bilingual and brings many varied skills as well as a passion for Greenwood to her new job. She is well-prepared to lead the dedicated volunteers into the next chapter of Greenwood’s remarkable story.

For more information, consult greenwood-centre-hudson.org.

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