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Carolyn Bass, executive director of the Florida Holocaust Museum, resigns

ST. PETERSBURG — Carolyn Bass, executive director of the Florida Holocaust Museum, has resigned.

Bass, who submitted her resignation at the end of February, will remain in the position until her replacement is hired and through a transition period.

She has headed the museum for five years, but has been involved with the institution for almost two decades, starting as a volunteer and serving on the executive board and as a docent.

Bass will be on the search committee that will include board chair Marty Borell and several board members, Ann Piccard, Brendon Rennert, Amanda Saft, Renée Walter and Irene Weiss.

Carolyn Bass, executive director of the Florida Holocaust Museum, resigns 03/13/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, March 14, 2012 2:15pm]
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