Kilkenny named to USS Midway Museum board of directors

Photo courtesy of USS Midway Museum

Intesa partner and public affairs strategist Maddy Kilkenny has been named to the prestigious USS Midway Museum board of directors. The USS Midway opened as a museum in June 2004 and is the most popular naval warship museum in the United States.

The USS Midway was America’s longest-serving aircraft carrier of the 20th century, from 1945 to 1992. Approximately 200,000 sailors served aboard the carrier, which is now berthed at San Diego’s Navy Pier.

“As a native San Diegan, I take enormous pride in supporting our military’s rich history,” said Kilkenny. “It is an honor to put my non-profit management expertise and public affairs skills to work for her.”

As a partner at Intesa, Kilkenny manages day-to-day client activities and is responsible for working closely with clients and project teams to develop and implement government and community relations strategies. She also serves the board of directors for San Diego Young Leaders, an initiative of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, is secretary of the board of directors of Reality Changers, and was recently appointed by San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer to the Civic San Diego board of directors.

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