390th Memorial Museum Foundation Announces Director of Communications

The 390th Memorial Museum Foundation is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Kate Doak-Keszler to the position of Director of Communications.

A Colorado native, Kate received a bachelor’s degree in Construction Management from Colorado State University and a master’s degree in Historic Preservation from Goucher College. Kate has worked for many years with Girl Scouts of the USA, the American Red Cross and many local non-profits.

As the Director of Communications, Kate will be developing a strategic communications plan, and improving the Museum’s regional visibility. Her position also fulfills the Foundation’s critical need to cultivate relationships with 390th Bomb Group descendants.

The Director of Communications is a newly created position, which comprises the Museum Foundation’s second staff expansion within two years. The mission of 390th Memorial Museum is to honor and memorialize those veterans who provided ground support and flew the B-17 in the 390th Bombardment Group of the Eighth Air Force in World War II, to serve as a window on the air war over Europe by the 390th and related Bomb Groups in that conflict, and to educate the public on their service and sacrifice in the cause of freedom.

The 390th Memorial Museum is co-located on the grounds of the Pima Air and Space Museum. The Museum is open daily from 10am-4:30pm. Admission is included with gate fees to the Pima Air and Space Museum. For more information, visit www.390th.org.

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