Highline Heritage Museum executive director Nancy Salguero McKay said she feels fortunate that her museum weathered the storm. “The fact that we did is probably even bigger than the opening of the museum itself,” Salguero McKay said.
An immigrant born and raised in Mexico City, Salguero McKay is proud to be the first Mexican-born museum director in Washington state, a position she has held for close to five out of the last 18 years she’s been with the organization.
In addition to her work in Highline — a community that encompasses Burien, SeaTac, Normandy Park, White Center, and the Port of Seattle — Salguero McKay serves on multiple boards to include the Washington Museum Association and taught as an exhibit design instructor for the UW Professional and Continuing Education certificate program for two years.
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