Sense of Community Drew Marshalltown Resident Home as CCHC’s New President

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Conor Hepp was drawn to his new position as President of the Chester County History Center by the area’s “real beauty” and “sense of community.”

Marshallton resident and West Chester University graduate Conor Hepp was drawn to his new position as President of the Chester County History Center by the area’s “real beauty” and “sense of community,” writes Eleanor Ho for Main Line Today.

Hepp has previously worked at several prestigious institutions across the region, including the Franklin Institute, Penn Museum, and Barnes Foundation.

Hepp started at the Chester County History Center in August.

“It was really exciting to work with an organization I already was knowledgeable and passionate about,” he said. “I love what the organization stands for. It’s not just the history of the area. It’s also deeply ingrained in their community engagement and how they want to serve the community.”

With CCHC’s galleries currently being redone, Hepp promises a completely new experience for visitors.

“It’s going to hit the Revolutionary War, the agricultural movement, the industrial movement,” he said. “It’s really going to show how the history of this county plays a part in American history.”

Read more about Conor Hepp in Main Line Today here.

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