Campobello Island, NB — KBRS is pleased to have assisted the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission in the appointment of Michelle R. Landry as Superintendent.

Michelle R. Landry is a seasoned administrator with over 15 years of experience working at historic sites as a curator, technician, and operations leader. Throughout her career she has worked in many notable museums including the Natural History Museum in London, the Boston Children’s Museum, the North Carolina Museum of History, Heritage Museums and Gardens in Massachusetts, and the Wright Museum of World War II in New Hampshire.

Most recently, Michelle was the Deputy Director for a renowned historic estate in Moultonborough, NH. In this role, Michelle was a key member of the leadership team, overseeing the Curatorial, Programs, Visitor Services, and Marketing departments.

Michelle holds a Master of Arts in Museum Studies from John Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

“With an appreciation for and long history working in the public service sector, as well as her knowledge and experience in historic site operations, we are confident that Michelle will be successful in this role” says Christopher Roosevelt, Vice Chairman and Commissioner of the Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission. “Her entrepreneurial spirit and innovative leadership approach will be assets to our unique organization.”

In her role as Superintendent of Roosevelt Campobello International Park, Michelle will oversee the operation and management of the Park. Building on its reputation of excellence, she will lead the Park into the future through the establishment of innovative, high-quality programs and the modernization of park infrastructure.

"I am thrilled to join the team at Roosevelt Campobello International Park” says Michelle. “What an honor it will be to promote the friendship between two great nations, Canada and the United States, and to help share the legacy of the Roosevelt Family in this very special place, Campobello Island. My husband Randy and I look forward to becoming part of this vibrant community.”

Located on Campobello Island, New Brunswick, Roosevelt Campobello International Park is jointly administered, staffed, and funded by the peoples of Canada and the United States and is the only true international park in the world. It attracts over 150,000 visitors every year to its unique eco-tourism and historic tourism vacation experience.

More information about Roosevelt Campobello International Park can be found online at