At their October 29, 2012 Board meeting, the Natick Historical Society voted Mr. Roberto Rodriguez to the position of Executive Director. Mr. Rodriguez has experience in successfully leading museum organizations, both strategically and administratively, as well as a proven ability to create organizational and process efficiencies and to be a confident, visible, influential and inspirational leader.
He started his museum career in Canada, first as an exhibition designer with the National Museums of Canada, and finally as Deputy Director of Installations at the Canadian Museum of Civilization during its design and construction. The last nineteen years were spent in full time executive directorships in a wide variety of specialized museums.
Prior to "retiring" Roberto was the Executive Director of Seal Cove Auto Museum, located on Mount Desert Island in Maine. He also served as the Executive Director of the Revelstoke Railway Museum in Revelstoke, B.C.: as Manager of the Precision Valley Corvette Museum in Springfield, VT: Director of the Fort at No.4 Living History Museum in Charlestown, NH; Director of Park-McCullough House in N. Bennington, VT and Director of the American Precision Museum in Windsor, VT.