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Dr. Georgette Grier-Key

Dr. Georgette Grier-Key is the Executive Director of Eastville Community Historical Society, a National Trust for Historic Preservation Diversity Scholar & Arcus Fellow. Dr. Grier- Key is also the public historian & curator for the Incorporated Village of Port Jefferson’s Drowned Meadow Cottage Museum. Dr. Grier-Key is also a college professor and teaches history at CUNY Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn NY. Her mission has raised awareness about and fights to protect endangered historic African American sites, presence, history, folklore, and survival on Long Island’s East End. She is also a third-generation licensed real estate broker and has certificates in nonprofit finance management, municipal planning and zoning, and serves on the Town of Brookhaven’s Historic District Advisory Committee.

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