Playwright Spirit Trickey named new chief of interpretation at Seattle’s Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park
From a statement released this morning by the National Park Service:
Spirit Trickey has been selected as the new chief of interpretation for Klondike Gold Rush NHP’s Seattle Unit.
Spirit began working for the NPS as a park guide in 2002 and later was an interpretive ranger and then chief of interpretation at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site in Little Rock, Arkansas. While there, she served as public information officer, media specialist, interpreter, volunteer and special events coordinator, community outreach lead, guest lecturer, author, and liaison for local, national and international media.
Spirit was awarded the Freeman