The Oneida County History Center (OCHC) has named Rebecca M. McLain as the new Executive Director.
McLain is the first woman to hold the position of Executive Director of the Center, which was founded in 1876.
McLain has worked at the History Center for close to five years, with her most recent position as the Director of Education and Outreach. The search process was facilitated by Staffworks and the Board of Trustees.
McLain is originally from Cuba, NY. She attended Hunter College and received a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, and attained a Master’s degree in Anthropology at Louisiana State University. She is an adjunct instructor at SUNY Polytechnic Institute.
More information on the Oneida County History Center can be found on their website.