Join us for the second presentation of our 2022 spring lecture series. Offered as a hybrid event, participants can choose when registering to take part in a live-streamed watch party in-person at the museum or online via Zoom with an option to purchase the book for either participation preference.
ABOUT THE LECTURE: Founded in 1802 but active since 1775, the Army Corp of Engineers has a deep-rooted history on and around the Great Lakes. The Soo Locks, dredging, military construction, surveying, and more—the Army Corp of Engineers Ohio River Division currently serves 56 million people and, the Great Lakes division, touches parts of 17 states. Join us to discover their rich history as told by one of their own.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Ashley Binion-Zuccaro is the Toledo Program Manager with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District. She holds a master’s degree in Economics from Wayne State University and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Prior to joining the Buffalo District, she worked for the USACE’s Detroit District as an Economist and Project Manager.
This lecture is free, but registration is required. Donations are always happily accepted.
Sign up online or call 419.214.5000 ext. 200.