News: Town Hall executive director Nancy Stalf resigns

Nancy Stalf

The board of directors for the Littleton Town Hall Arts Center has accepted the resignation of executive director Nancy Stalf, effective at the end of November. Stalf  has been E.D. since October 2008 and is leaving to pursue other professional opportunities, according to a press release issued by Town Hall.

“We appreciate the leadership that Nancy Stalf has provided Town Hall Arts Center in the four years she has been with us,” said board president Jeff Kirkendall. “We are confident that, given the stability and positive reputation that Town Hall Arts Center has developed in recent years, we will be able to attract highly qualified candidates for the position.”

The board has formed a search committee and will publish a position announcement “in the near future.”

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