David Eisner Steps Down as President and CEO of Constitution Center

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On Friday, David Eisner announced that, effective October 31st, he will step down from his post as the president and CEO of the oh-so-exciting National Constitution Center[1]. Eisner will still preside over the Liberty Medal ceremony honoring Muhammad Ali this fall, unveil the new Prohibition exhibit, and aid the Constitution Center’s board in its search for new leadership.

“I am extremely proud of everyone who worked with the National Constitution Center during my tenure, and of those who will work toward its continued success in the future,” Eisner said. “The Center has become an important part of this city, and of this country, and I look forward to seeing its advancement in the years to come.”

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  1. oh-so-exciting National Constitution Center: https://www.phillymag.com/articles/how-did-the-constitution-center-become-a-monument-to-mediocrity/

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