GLENS FALLS, New York—The Hyde Collection is proud to announce that Laura Bradigan has been named director of development.
Mrs. Bradigan, a Saratoga Springs resident, will advance the mission of the Museum through development, donor relations, and fundraising.
“Laura has decades of experience that will help us continue to carry on The Hyde Collection’s amazing legacy,” said Museum CEO Norman E. Dascher Jr. “Her connections throughout the region will help expand The Hyde’s footprint throughout the Northeast.”
Before joining The Hyde, Mrs. Bradigan held a similar position at Bethel Homes and Services in Ossining and Croton-On-Hudson for more than ten years. She has also worked for many years in government, politics, and nonprofit and for-profit organizations in the Capital District and upstate New York.
Mrs. Bradigan is a member of the Saratoga Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, a board member of Bethesda Episcopla Church’s Mercy House in Saratoga Springs, and a former board member of Sculpture Space, a Utica-based residency program for sculptors.
“I am honored to be part of the team of professionals working at The Hyde Collection to protect and promote the legacy that Mr. and Mrs. Hyde left our community,” Mrs. Bradigan said.