ABOUT US

Greenbank Mill Associates, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the Greenbank Mill National Historical District as a public museum, and expanding public knowledge of Red Clay Valley industrial, agricultural, and social history through on-site educational and recreational programming.

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MEET OUR VISIONARIES

To keep such a historical piece of Delaware up and running takes a team of dedicated volunteers and members.  Our Board of Directors, Members-at-Large & director work hand-in-hand to make sure such a significant piece of treasure isn't lost in history books.

ALLISON SCHELL | CHAIR
A.SCHELL@GREENBANKMILL.COM

Museums are my passion and I’ve been involved with them in a variety of roles for over 15 years. Moving to Delaware a few years ago, I discovered Greenbank Mills & Philips Farm and fell in love with the site, it’s history and its potential. I started off at the site as a board member, then moved up to vice chair and now I am chair of the organization. You’ll find me most often helping with events!

MICHAEL CONNOLLY | VICE CHAIR

M.CONNOLLY@GREENBANKMILL.COM

Mike Connolly has a background in museum administration, historic preservation and finance. A Delaware native, Mike's worked at historic sites and historical societies in Delaware, Maryland, and Pennsylvania. He's been a living historian focused on the Revolutionary period. Mike is the author of "New Castle Revisited," and performs locally as a musician. He lives in Old New Castle with his wife and her three cats.

 

CARLIE MAHEURIN | TREASURER
C.MAHEURIN@GREENBANKMILL.COM

After holding her wedding reception there, Carlie fell in love with Greenbank, and can't quit the beauty. She works at a local credit union in the corporate office, and has a background in grant-writing, event management, and project management. She can over-organize the heck outta anything, so Greenbank sets her loose as needed. 

 

MEGAN HUTCHINS | SECRETARY
M.HUTCHINS@GREENBANKMILL.COM

Meg Hutchins is the Museum Studies Program Coordinator at the University of Delaware who specializes in internships and collections management for small institutions. She has been involved in museums in one way or another since she was 8 and looks forward to helping Greenbank Mill and Philips Farm become as strong as it can be. When Meg is not working or helping out at Greenbank, she usually spends time helping out with the Scouts, hiking with her partner or indulging in some of her nerdy interests. 

 

SETH TOLBERT | MEMBER-AT-LARGE
S.TOLBERT@GREENBANKMILL.COM

 

HEATHER HANSEN | MEMBER-AT-LARGE

H.HANSEN@GREENBANKMILL.COM

An interest in historic textile production processes first brought Heather to Greenbank in 2007. Since then she has been involved as a shepherd, board member, committee chair for textiles and collections, and chairperson. She is passionate about preserving history and teaching historic textile skills such as spinning, weaving, and dyeing.

 

STACIE MAHEURIN | DIRECTOR
SMAHEURIN@GREENBANKMILL.COM