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John M. Ferrell Interim Executive Director, Concord MuseumJohn M. Ferrell, Interim Executive Director, Concord Museum CONCORD, MA
February 28, 2018
Starting on March 1, 2018, John M. Ferrell will serve as Interim Executive Director of the Concord Museum. This comes after the successful seven-year tenure of Concord Museum’s Peggy Burke, who recently announced her retirement.
John joined the Museum’s Board of Governors in 2010 and became Vice President in 2011. He has served as a member and chair of the Development Committee, member of the Nominating Committee, and is the current chair of the Building Committee. John will oversee the Museum’s operations and the building of the new Education Center.
Prior to the Concord Museum, John was President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Boston, a position he held for seventeen years.
The Concord Museum has hired the New York search firm Phillips Oppenheim to assist in the search of an Executive Director.
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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MARGARET BURKE WILL RETIRE LEAVING A LEGACY OF ACHIEVEMENTS FOR THE CONCORD MUSEUM
Construction Begins at the Concord Museum
The Concord Museum will remain open throughout the construction of its New Education Center, which will be completed in July 2018.
Throughout construction, FREE parking is available in the Museum's parking lot, as well as along Cambridge Turnpike and Lexington Road.
Handicap parking is available in the parking lot and there is also a dedicated handicap space directly in front of the Museum. Free and metered pareking is available in Concord Center.
Click here for a parking information Map.
The construction area will be fenced-off and clearly marked with signage and banners.
The Museum is very excited about this project and will remain open throughout construction. If you have any additional questions, or we may be of assistance please call 978-369-9763 x216. To learn more about the Museum’s Capital Campaign, please click on Revolution: The Campaign.