Carmel Valley resident joins museum leadership

Wendy Lam Endsley of Carmel Valley has been appointed director of foundation and government relations for the San Diego Natural History Museum.

In the post, she will focus on expanding the museum’s relationships with public and private funding organizations, and securing funding for the museum and its programs.

Endsley has 20 years of government, private foundation and corporate grant-writing experience, as well as news writing experience for The Connection Newspapers in Northern Virginia and The North County Times in San Diego.

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  5. Natural history museum to offer free admission

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