Women's Rights Park Has New Leader

Noemi  “Ami” Ghazala is the new superintendent of Women’s Rights National Historical Park in Seneca Falls. She replaces Tammy Duchense who has become superintendent of a Park in Hawai’i.

Ghazala tells us it's her goal is to reach out to folks in the area.



Ghazala most recently served as the chief of interpretation at Women’s Rights National Historical Park. She has worked for the Park Service since 2001.

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