Essex National Heritage Commission
The Essex National Heritage Commission (ENHC) is the non-profit management organization for the ENHA. The Commission's mission is to promote and preserve the historic, cultural and natural resources of the ENHA. The Commission develops public/private partnerships that support the hundreds of heritage organizations and sites in the ENHA's thirty-four communities. Bringing together organizations diverse in size, budget, mission and experience, the ENHC provides a structure that respects, promotes and sustains regional resources and works to make those resources integral to residentsí lives and visitorsí experiences.
The ENHC has an impressive array of successes in building partnership programs. Learn more about our successes.
The Commission is supported by a 150 member Board of Commissioners who live and/or work within the area and who serve as representatives of the communities, businesses, community organizations, educational institutions and historic, cultural and natural resources of the region.
More about the Board of Commissioners and a List of Commissioners
A twenty-five member Board of Trustees, chosen from the Board of Commissioners, oversees the management of the ENHC. They meet every other month and also serve on standing and ad hoc committees.
List of Trustees
Seven Officers oversee the direction and financial management of the Essex National Heritage Commission. They are elected by the Board of Commissioners and serve for a two year term.
List of Officers
The Corporate Partners are instrumental in helping the Commission to achieve its goals. Their commitment to the Essex National Heritage Area community allows the Commission to continue to provide quality programs for the region. The Commission thanks its Corporate Partners for their generous support of its work and the historic, cultural and natural resources in the Area.
ENHC Corporate Grant Partners