Staff & Trustees

Board of Trustees

Officers

David Moravick (President), Biddeford

Bruce Jackson (Vice President), Kennebunkport

Christopher Farr (Secretary), Kennebunkport

Chris Penfield (Treasurer), Kennebunk

Trustees

Robert Job IV, Wenham, MA/Cape Porpoise

Cynthia Sayers, Kennebunk

Gerhard Schwebler, Kennebunk

Stephen Spofford, Kennebunk

Edward Trainer, Kennebunk

Amy Tyson, Kennebunk

 

Are you interested in learning more about Board service?

We invite you to volunteer your skills and expertise by joining one of the Museum’s Working Committees to get to know more about our work. Please contact Cynthia Walker, Executive Director, at cwalker@brickstoremuseum.org or (207)985-4802.

 

Museum Staff

Julianna Acheson
Engagement Manager

Julianna Acheson, PhD., is a Cultural Anthropologist and has lived and done fieldwork in Mexico, Portugal, Canada, Spain, France, Jordan, Russia and Tajikistan. She was a Fulbright Scholar in Slovakia where she conducted ethnographic research for her dissertation in the village of her great-grandfather–a man she knew to have a strong accent, a big garden and a nice home in Lisbon Falls, Maine. Her love of Anthropology stems from her father James M. Acheson, who wrote The Lobster Gangs of Maine. Because of him, she grew up thinking everyone liked to interview people about their work and life experiences!

She is an avid traveler and a new member of the Brick Store Museum staff where she works as the Engagement Manager.

She also owns and operates the Coast Village Inn and Cottages in Wells, Maine, and has recently published a book on human relationships called Twenty-Five Cups of Coffee: Mastering On-Line Dating. She is currently working on two books about Saudi Arabia and hopes to complete them in the next year. Dr. Acheson spends her leisure time painting, writing poetry, swimming and is most happy when her three daughters, Hannah, Mary and Sarah are home with her from California, Massachusetts, and China respectively.

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