Pennsylvania's Steamtown National Historic Site gets former Klondike Gold Rush superintendent

Tacoma News TribuneMay 1, 2014 

Debbie Conway, former superintendent of Seattle’s Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park, has been named to a similar post at Steamtown National Historic Site in Pennsylvania, the National Park Service announced.

Conway has worked for the NPS for 28 years.

"Debbie is a natural leader with a truly excellent track record of building coalitions and supporting partnerships," Northeast Regional Director Mike Caldwell said in a statement released by the NPS. "Her strong interpretive background, integrated leadership approach and project management skills are particularly relevant for Steamtown."

 

An Ohio native, Conway graduated in 1988 with a BA in history and biology from Hiram College.

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