After a number of interviews to fill the position of Executive Director at Leslie Science & Nature Center, the nonprofi t is happy to welcome Greta Brunschwyler to their wildlife-loving family. Coming from the High Desert Museum in Bend, Oregon, the former Vice President for Programs brings with her years of experience and passion.
Brunschwyler earned a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Arts, Philadelphia and has served as Director of the Nevada State Museum and Historical Society in Las Vegas, as well as the Southern Oregon Historical Scoeity and the San Diego Museum of Man.
“I’m very excited about building on what Leslie Science & Nature Center has already accomplished,” said Brunschwyler. “The staff, volunteers, and Board members are incredibly smart and engaged in their work.” She is also excited about her move to Tree Town: “Everyone, everywhere, can’t say enough great things about the community of Ann Arbor.”
Lisa Brush, member of LSNC’s Board of Directors said, “We are happy to appoint Greta as our next Executive Director. She comes to us with an impressive set of credentials and a lot of experience.”
For more information about Leslie Science & Nature Center, visit www.lesliesnc.org 1831 Traver Rd., Ann Arbor. 734-997-1553.