New leader

New Fulton Mansion Historic Site Manager Jacqui Ainlay-Conley, middle, was introduced at a luncheon Monday, Sept. 16 at the Mansion’s education center. With Ainlay-Conley are Texas Historical Commission (THC) Commissioner Monica Burdette, left, and Friends of the Mansion President D.J. Chilcoat. The new manager came from Denver where she served as Collections Manager of Denver Mountain Parks, which includes the Buffalo Bill Museum in Golden.  “I planned on staying there until this opportunity opened up.  I have great respect for the THC and thought the mansion was beautiful,” said Ainlay-Conley. “I have always loved working with communities. When I came here and saw how invested the staff, Friends of the Fulton Mansion, and the volunteers were in the site I was hooked. I am excited to be in Rockport.  I grew up in Hawaii and feel at home, so far, with the warm weather and humidity. I feel blessed to have worked with interesting, caring, and thoughtful people throughout my career, and I can already tell I have landed amongst more.”

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