BELLEVUE REPORTER (WASHINGTON) -- Gannis has 13 years of leading museum and educational nonprofit organizations. He has a Bachelor’s degree in history from Central Connecticut State University and a Master’s degree in U.S. constitutional history from San Francisco State University.
He also has skills in grant writing and partnership-building.
“The EHC remains very grateful for the 11 years that Heather Trescases was our executive director, and we are excited as we look to the future with Josh as our new executive director,” board President Rick Carlson said in the announcement. “Additionally, we believe that our new trustees, Mike Johnson, Jerry O’Day and Bruce Morgan will add additional depth and support for EHC’s growth.”