New at the helm of Lac-Brome Museum

Leah Curley

Brome County Historical Society has much to celebrate these days. In addition to marking its 125th anniversary, this cultural monument of the community has appointed a new Executive Director of the Lac-Brome Museum.

Denis Piquette brings with him significant experience in marketing and communications, for a skill set that should serve BCHS well in fulfilling its mission. Once a partner and executive vice-president at the Montreal office of a multi-na tional advertising agency, Piquette started his own marketing, communications and strategic counsel service, Consultants Chemin Robinson, in 2014. He and his family live in Sutton.

Having “jumped into museum’s offerings and activities this new endeavour with both feet,” Piquette is busy familiarizing himself with the museum’s offerings and activities and, of course the staff, all of whom have impressed him with their dedication, commitment and professionalism. Keen to get to work develop-ing the museum’s offerings and improving services to members, Piquette says, “I am delighted to lead the challenge of taking this organization ‘to the next level’.”

We wish him every success.