Former CCHS leader moving to Stroud center

The Chester County Historical Society has announced the departure of its former acting president.

David Reinfeld is moving from the Chester County Historical Society to the Stroud Water Research Center.

David Reinfeld is moving from the Chester County Historical Society to the Stroud Water Research Center.

David Reinfeld, who served six years as the vice president for development, a year as interim president, and 1½ years as acting president, has accepted a position as director of campaign programs/major gifts for the Stroud Water Research Center in Avondale, said a CCHS press release.

“David has thoroughly enjoyed his time with our CCHS family and is looking forward to this new adventure starting mid-July,” the release said. “He will be missed by CCHS staff, supporters and members, and we are happy to know that he will remain close by and remain involved in Historical Society and community-wide activities.”

Earlier this month, the CCHS announced that Elizabeth M. Laurent, who has served as director of historic resources at Girard College in Philadelphia since 2008, would assume the CCHS’s top leadership post on July 25. Laurent succeeds Rob Lukens, who was CCHS president from 2011 until his death in August 2015, following a long illness.

Reinfeld said he was excited about his new opportunity at the Stroud Water Research Center, which is dedicated to understanding the global ecology and environment of streams, rivers, and their watersheds –both pristine and polluted – to enable businesses, policymakers, landowners, and individuals to make informed decisions that affect water quality and availability around the world.

For more information about the Stroud Water Research Center, visit http://www.stroudcenter.org/. More information on the CCHS can be found at http://www.chestercohistorical.org.

 

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