Sean Kelleher

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Gender MALE
Industry Government
Occupation Historian
Location Saratoga, NY, United States
Introduction Sean Kelleher is the Historian for the Town of Saratoga and Village of Victory. He has a particular interest in colonial history, being active as a reenactor for 34 years and has served as a Commissioner on the New York State French and Indian War 250th Anniversary Commemoration Commission. Kelleher worked for a decade at a public television station, in addition to assisting on documentaries for PBS’s American Experience and the BBC. As an educator, he was a New Hampshire Council for the Social Studies Executive Board member and the Director of the New Hampshire Teacher Training Institute for Character and Citizenship Education. As a historian, he served as the Director of the Washington County Fair Farm Museum, and has designed a number of interpretive panels in his community. As a consultant, he has worked with a number of Champlain, Hudson and Mohawk Valleys historic sites on grant writing, interpretive planning, and marketing. Kelleher owns a facilities maintenance company. He is the father of pre-schoolers and a volunteer firefighter. His hobbies include genealogy, cooking and dancing. His family resides in the hamlet of Quaker Springs.