"I am humbled and honored to serve as Historic Wilmington Foundation's next executive director," Gilbert said in the release. "For over 50 years, HWF has protected the Lower Cape Fear's irreplaceable historic resources. I have proudly contributed to this nonprofit’s success as a member, volunteer and finally, as a board member.
"Now, as HWF’s next executive director, I look forward to advocating for the inclusive preservation of our community's heritage as Wilmington navigates unprecedented growth."
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