NHA Promotes Stacey W. Stuart as Director of Corporate Development, Welcomes Bridgette Hynes as Director of Marketing

Stacey Stuart and Bridgette HynesNANTUCKET, MA – The Nantucket Historical Association (NHA) is delighted to announce the promotion of Stacey W. Stuart in the position of Director of Corporate Development and to welcome Bridgette Hynes in the position of Director of Marketing.

Stuart has more than fifteen years of experience at NHA as Special Events Manager, charged with organizing fundraising events and working with event committee chairs. In her position as Director of Corporate Development, Stuart will oversee the execution of major fundraising events while developing strategic partnerships with corporations for support of NHA events, exhibitions, and programs.

“I am thrilled to build on the relationships and networks made through prior events and sponsorships in order to further cultivate our organization’s corporate partnerships and expand opportunities for NHA,” says Stuart.

Hynes comes to NHA with over ten years of experience in the Nantucket business market, with a focus on retail and hospitality. Most recently she has worked in marketing and business development at Nantucket Island Resorts. In her position as Director of Marketing, Hynes will oversee all advertising and marketing campaigns, initiatives, and communications of the organization.

“I am excited to work with new colleagues at the NHA and to promote the stories and experiences that make our island’s history so fascinating and unique”, says Hynes.

“Building a high performance team is critically important for our organization. Stacey’s performance over these past fifteen years has been exemplary and the community recognizes and rewards her passion, hard work and commitment. Bridgette brings a high level of competence, capacity and integrity to the critical Marketing function and already we are the beneficiaries of her experience and leadership,” says James Russell, NHA Gosnell Executive Director.

The Nantucket Historical Association preserves and interprets the history of Nantucket through its programs, collections, and properties, in order to promote the island’s significance and foster an appreciation of it among all audiences.

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