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Glen Canyon Conservancy announces new Executive Director

The Glen Canyon Conservancy, the organization that, jointly with the National Park Service and the Bureau of Land Management, provides visitor information and public lands related merchandise in visitor centers in Page and in Kane County has hired a new Executive Director.

Photo courtesy of the Glen Canyon Conservancy.

Debbie Moses started her new position with the Glen Canyon Conservancy about a month ago. Moses comes to us from South Dakota and grew up in South Carolina, Mississippi, and Alabama. She graduated from Baylor University in Texas, with a BA and MA in communications. One of her first assignments was at the South Rim of Grand Canyon National Park with the concessionaire, giving her a ‘first taste’ of working with the National Park System.


While living in South Dakota, Debbie worked for the Mount Rushmore Society, an organization similar to the Glen Canyon Conservancy that supports Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Moses tenure at the Society lasted 20 years. In that time, she started as Publications Manager of the Society’s publishing department. She was also responsible for marketing and events planning and in 2018 Moses was promoted to Chief Operations Officer of the Mount Rushmore Society.

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Moses has six grown children, the youngest of which will be graduating high school in May 2023. She loves hiking and is excited to learn about all the fantastic sights and hikes around the Glen Canyon region. She says: “I’m overjoyed to be a part of the GCC team and to be a part of furthering the mission of this organization.”


Locations managed by the Conservancy include: The Flagship Store and administrative offices in Page where visitors can study the large-scale model of the Colorado River drainage carved out of foam with dental tools in the 1960s, John Wesley Powell Museum in Page, Navajo Bridge Interpretive Center, Paria Contact Station, and visitor centers at Glen Canyon Dam, Kanab, Bullfrog, Canyon of the Ancients, Cannonville and Big Water.


For information about the Glen Canyon Conservancy, please visit https://www.canyonconservancy.org/.

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