David Eisner will step down as president and CEO of National Constitution Center

    After almost three years as president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, David Eisner will step down this fall.

    “The National Constitution Center has made significant progress in establishing itself as a regional and national attraction, and this is the right time for me to step aside,” Eisner said in a news release. 
    “I am very confident in the Center’s ongoing success, both now and in the long-term.  I am grateful to have had the opportunity to serve the Center and its mission, and my passion around public engagement will remain in the forefront as I pursue new opportunities in both the public and private sectors.”

    Eisner’s last day will be Oct. 31, when Chief Operating Officer Vince Stango takes over the interim position. Eisner will assist the NCC in the search for his replacement.

    It was under Eisner that the NCC got its museum accrediation from the American Association of Museums.

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