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.