New Bedford Whaling Museum Names Amanda D. McMullen as its New President & CEO

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New Bedford Whaling Museum Names Amanda D. McMullen as its New President & CEO

Koya is proud to have partnered with the Search Committee of the Board at the New Bedford Whaling Museum on the placement of Amanda D. McMullen as its new President and CEO.  As the museum’s leader, McMullen will develop and articulate a vision for the Museum’s next chapter and will assume responsibility for communicating the Whaling Museum’s mission, vision and values to all constituencies.

With more than 20 years of experience working with non-profits in senior management and fundraising positions, McMullen joins the museum after serving as COO of Providence-based Meeting Street, which also operates the Schwartz Center in Dartmouth. At Meeting Street, which serves more than 5,000 children, she directed programmatic, operational, marketing, and philanthropic activities. She has also directed corporate sponsorship activities for the Smithsonian Institution’s Traveling Exhibitions and was the Director of Leadership Giving for the United Way of Massachusetts Bay. McMullen also served as the Capital Campaign Coordinator for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.

McMullen holds a bachelor of art degree from Syracuse University and is a graduate of Leadership Rhode Island. She is a recipient of both the 40 under 40 Award and the 2016 Chief Operating Officer of the Year/C-Suite Award from Providence Business News.

Read the full press release here: Whaling Museum Names New Leader.

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