Ticonderoga The Fort Ticonderoga Association named Anne McDonald to its board of trustees.
“I’m thrilled to welcome Anne McDonald to the board of trustees. With her longstanding support to Fort Ticonderoga and deep ties to the Ticonderoga community and the North Country as a whole, she will add strength and wisdom to the Board,” said Peter Paine, president of the board of trustees of the Fort Ticonderoga Association.
McDonald, a retired teacher, is a Ticonderoga resident.
“I am honored and excited at being elected a trustee of the Fort Ticonderoga Association,” McDonald said. “I look forward to working with the local community and in helping to continue the preservation and expansion of this national resource”
McDonald holds an undergraduate degree from Russell Sage College, Troy, and completed master level work at SUNY-Plattsburgh. McDonald is active in regional professional, political, civic organizations and has served as the chairwoman for the Essex County Republican Committee and president of the Heritage Museum Board of Directors in Ticonderoga. She is currently a member of the North Country Community College Foundation Board.
“Anne’s passion for Fort Ticonderoga’s mission and community connection to Ticonderoga make her an ideal addition to the board,” said Beth Hill, executive director of Fort Ticonderoga. “She has been a valued adviser and I look forward to her leadership as Fort Ticonderoga achieves its vision to be the premier military historic site and museum in North America.”