Staff, Boards, and Volunteers

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Danbury Museum Staff

Brigid Guertin, Executive Director 

b.guertin@danbury-ct.gov 

 

Michele Lee Amundsen, Collections Mgr

m.amundsen@danbury-ct.gov


Patrick Wells, Researcher 

p.wells@danbury-ct.gov


Julia Siergiej

Delaney Daly

Megan Shiskin


 

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President - Geoff Herald
Vice President - Paul Valeri 

Second VP - Robert Young
Secretary - Marian Hesemeyer
Treasurer - Elizabeth Hudson

Trustees: Dr. John Clark, Robert Doyle, Eric Gottschalk, Doug Polistena, Brandon Whitfield, and Roberto Alves.
 

Board members are nominated by the Mayor, City of Danbury and confirmed by Danbury's City Council. If you would like more information please contact the Danbury Museum at b.guertin@danbury-ct.gov
 
Board meetings are generally held the second Thursday of each month at 5:00 pm in Huntington Hall. The public is welcome. 

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President - Ed Siergiej
Vice President - Kathy Ehli
Treasurer - Mike Flanagan
Secretary - Joretta Kilcourse  


Board Members:
Roberta Struski, Brigid Guertin, Joan Saplio, Joanne Kaltenstein, Andrea Gartner, Anne Harrigan, Michele Lee Amundsen. 


Authority Board Representative:  Elizabeth Hudson .


Meetings are held at 4:00 p.m. on the first Thursday of the month in Huntington Hall at the Danbury Museum & Historical Society. The public is welcome to attend. 

Volunteer Opportunties

Archive Volunteers

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Looking for a fulfilling volunteer position 

for a few hours a week?


Do you like to work with old manuscripts or use a computer to compile a database of archival resources? 

Maybe paint a wall or build a shelf?

Give us a call to see how you can help the Danbury Museum.
203-743-5200.

Student Volunteers

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Need volunteer hours for school or church? 


Students over the age of 14 are encouraged to volunteer Saturdays at the museum. 

You may be working in the gift shop, organizing archival materials, typing in a database, or working outside in our gardens.

Internships

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The Danbury Museum seeks to fill several internship positions  

available throughout the year. 

Interns will work directly with the Executive Director or Curator on multiple ongoing projects in collections management, processing of archival collections, tour development, education, and preservation. 

To apply, please submit a letter of interest and your resume to Brigid Guertin, Executive Director via email: b.guertin@danbury-ct.gov or  phone by calling 203-743-5200. 

Internship Opportunities

Download a full list of the Summer 2019 internship opportunities at the Danbury Museum & Historical Society.

Danbury Museum Internship Summer 2019 (pdf)

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