Jim Doherty and Eileen Morehouse have recently accepted positions on the Board of Directors with Renaissance City Theatre, Inc. (RCTI). RCTI is the non-profit producing entity of the Granite Theatre in Westerly.
Mr. Doherty is a veteran of the health care industry having, during the past 30 years, held business development executive and non-executive management positions with various medical device and pharmaceutical research organizations. Mr. Doherty is a founding member of the folk/pop band 20 AFTER and has been involved in the performing arts most of his life. He is a graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and currently resides in Stonington with his wife and daughter.
Eileen Morehouse has been owner and operator of Mason’s Island Marina in Mystic, Connecticut for the past 28 years following a career in real estate. This has enabled her to combine her business experience with her love of boating and the sea. She is a member of the Connecticut Marine Trades Association and The Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce. She is a lifelong resident of Lord’s Point in Stonington. Eileen is an avid supporter of the arts and looks forward to being an active member of the RCTI Board of Directors.