Board + Staff

The Winslow Historical Society Board

The WHS Board is comprised of nine members, each of whom may serve up to two consecutive two-year terms. (They may serve again after one year off the Board.) New members are elected at the WHS Annual Meeting each November. (Above: Attendees at the 2019 OTM Volunteer Thank-You Party at the Winslow Arts Trust Museum)

2019 WHS Board of Directors

President: Curtis Hardy

Vice-President: Tess Kenna

Secretary: Carol Gilliam

Treasurer: Gale Jones

Directors:  Docia Blalock, Carol Eitenmiller, Linda Chambers Lazzarini, Alex Monsegur, Toya Rubi

Old Trails Museum Volunteers

The Old Trails Museum is staffed by one part-time Director and one part-time Associate, so volunteers are essential to OTM’s organizational health. If you are interested in working with a great group of people while learning more about Winslow’s history, call us at 928-289-5861 to discuss our current volunteer opportunities. OTM prospers thanks to the dedicated people who are so generous with their time and talents!

Old Trails Museum Staff

Ann-Mary J. Lutzick has been the OTM Director since 2010. She worked for Arizona Humanities from 1999 to 2011 coordinating their grants and Smithsonian traveling exhibitions, and she served on their speakers bureau from 2009 to 2015. Lutzick earned her MA in public history from Arizona State University, her BA in history from the University of Virginia, and the professional certificate from Arizona State University’s Center for Nonprofit Leadership and Management. She lives with her husband, artist Dan Lutzick, and pets in Snowdrift Art Space, their home, studio, and gallery on Historic Route 66 in downtown Winslow.

Kimberly Gould has been the OTM Associate since 2018, assisting the OTM Director with ongoing collections management as well as special projects. Kim grew up in South Florida and attended the University of Florida. She and her husband, George, moved to Winslow in 1997, when she began management positions in Flagstaff at Bath & Body Works and Cost Plus World Market. Kim is also a substitute teacher for the Winslow Unified School District and a volunteer for Alice’s Place, the Elks Lodge, and Sweetland Community Garden.