The National Historic Landmark Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum in Norwalk has announced that Kathleen Custis, Reverend Roosevelt Ewell and Pamela Murrin have joined its Board of Trustees.
Patsy Brescia, chairman of the Board of Trustees said, “…Our trustees play a pivotal role in enhancing our cultural, educational and institutional programs.”
Custis is an associate director of program services at Vaniam Group, an independent network of health care and scientific communications agencies supporting the oncology and hematology marketplace. She received her bachelor’s degree in communication from Denison University and a Master of Science degree in human resource development from Villanova University.
Ewell is senior pastor at Canaan Institutional Baptist Church of Norwalk. He holds a Master of Divinity degree in theology from Vision International University in Ramona, California. Ewell is the founder and CEO of Serving All Vessels Equally Inc. (SAVE), which is a youth-based organization in Norwalk.
Murrin is a business executive who helps companies with their data strategy and analytic needs, holding executive positions in the media and telecom space for more than 25 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University.