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The Morning Call: Here are five people to know at Historic Bethlehem Museums and Sites

March 30th, 2017 |

Written by Nicole Radzievich for The Morning Call

Five new board members have been appointed to Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites, a Smithsonian Affiliate that has spearheaded an effort to get Moravian Bethlehem declared a World Heritage site.

The new members will help guide the nonprofit that maintains 20 of the city’s earliest buildings and sites, including two National Historic Landmarks, and organizes year-round programs and tours in Bethlehem.

Here’s a little bit about the five new board members:

Mark Connar retired from Air Products in 2014 following a 40-year career in various management roles and has served on nonprofit boards.

Fun fact: Connar worked on the archeological survey that preceded the 1974 restoration of the Bethlehem Waterworks, the first municipal water pump system in America.

Judith Dougherty, an attorney, serves as the Chief Operating Officer at Physical Therapy at St. Luke’s and is a founding partner at ProRehab Physical Therapy.

Fun fact: She’s a loves to travel, especially national parks and World Heritage sites.

Carla Kevitch was a freelance marketer before retiring in 2010.

Fun fact: Among the nonprofit boards she has served on is the Levitt Pavilion, the outdoor venue at SteelStacks that stages free concerts.

Erica Miller has spent more than a decade in financial, starting her career in auditing and moving into bank regulation compliance and system reviews.

Fun fact: She’s a certified anti-money laundering specialist.

Suzanne Mason is a board director of the Cancer Support Community of the Greater Lehigh Valley and has experience in counseling and academic advising. She’s been involved in several community organizations, including the Allentown Symphony.

Fun fact: Among the fundraising events she has developed and chaired is Wings of Hope, an annual release of Monarch butterflies in honor of those who faced cancer diagnosis.

Source: Historic Bethlehem Museum and Sites

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