Historian Teri Rogers on building a historical organization that looks to the future
From newspaper caption: Teri Rogers (in 2007, Teri Ulrich-Gay) and Lori Calderon (left) selling and autographing copies of ‘Malta Memories’, a compilation of personal writings by local authors by Malta Town Historian, Teri Ulrich-Gay.
Photo printed in the Ballston Journal December 6, 2007. Copy of photo provided by Teri Rogers.
Teri Podnorski Rogers was born and raised in Glens Falls. She says that she’s had a deep appreciation for hard work all her life, which she inherited from her father, who immigrated from Soviet-era Hungary during the Cold War. Her greatest interest is history, and the history of work, especially in Glens Falls. She’s worked as a historian and writer in Glens Falls and Malta. In 2017, she became the executive director of the Warren County Historical Society, and she spoke about transforming the Historical Society so it is a historical organization that looks forward towards the future.
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