CCHM announces new executive director

The Board of Trustees of the Clark County Historical Society (CCHS) and Museum is pleased to announce the appointment of Bradley Richardson as its new Executive Director, effective August 28, 2017.

Brad Richardson has worked previously for CCHS 2011-2016 as Museum Curator, Experience Coordinator, and Visitor Services Coordinator. Among his accomplishments were greatly expanding the successful Walking Tour Program, launching the History Town Halls series, exhibit design, and management of the museum collection.

Born and raised in Camas and Washougal, Washington, Brad Richardson holds an M.A. in Public History from Portland State University and a B.A. in History from Washington State University Vancouver. He was nominated for the 2017 George C. Marshall Public Leadership Award and recognized as a 2015 Visit Vancouver USA Tourism Ambassador.

In 2017, the CCHS celebrates its 100th anniversary. Richardson notes, “The Clark County Historical Museum, founded by CCHS in 1964, is a remarkable local institution that collects, preserves, and shares Clark County’s story. As a lifelong resident, I’m excited and honored to lead this organization and continue this important work for my community. Our museum’s past is rich and future is bright.”

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