Annie Vaugier brings experience in non-profit marketing, media
By Betty Swanson
The Board of Directors for the Superstition Mountain Historical Society has announced that Annie Vaugier has been named the new Executive Director for Superstition Mountain Museum, replacing Liz Nicklus who is retiring.
Board President Vicki McLaughlin said, “We are excited to welcome her, and we are anticipating great possibilities ahead in this next chapter in the history of Superstition Mountain Museum with Annie in the leadership position. She comes to us with extensive experience in business development, marketing and event planning, and has worked previously in the non-profit sector.”
A native of Illinois, she has lived in Arizona for more than two decades, and comes to the museum from Scottsdale, where she worked in Business Consulting and Corporate/Non-Profit Marketing. She also has experience in print and broadcast media.
Vaugier said of her new job, “I am thrilled to be part of the museum, and I feel like it is a perfect fit. I’m quite impressed and feel blessed to be able to become involved in the culture and history of this area and look forward to promoting the museum as a unique historic destination experience along the Apache Trail.”
The Superstition Mountain Museum is located at 4087 N. Apache Trail (Hwy. 88), beneath the west end of Superstition Mountain and is open every day (except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day) from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Photo above: Annie Vaugier is the new Superstition Mountain Museum Executive Director.