Meet Our Staff
Director of Group Sales
An integral member of the National Constitution Center team since 2004, Gina has served multiple roles across departments. She served as a group sales representative, public relations coordinator, group sales manager, and Director of Group Sales before being promoted to Director of Sales. In her current role as director, Gina is responsible for generating leads and booking groups to experience all that the museum has to offer; selling the museum’s premier event spaces to a variety of potential clients, supervising the museum's stellar group sales staff; serving as an ambassador for the Constitution Center at tradeshows and conventions nationwide; building partnerships with various organizations as a way to enhance a group’s Philadelphia experience, and, most importantly, building awareness of the Constitution Center as a world-class destination. Gina previously worked for the Philadelphia Phillies. Gina is always eager to help, loves going to the gym, and (most of all) loves to shop!
Most memorable experience: “A group that I booked on a field trip, who happened to visit on my birthday, sang ‘Happy Birthday’ to me in the lobby and presented me with a birthday card!”
Group Sales Account Executive
Delilah joined the National Constitution Center staff in 2013; she initially served as Box Office Supervisor before taking on the role of Group Sales Account Executive. A graduate of Temple University’s College of Liberal Arts, Delilah is in charge of supporting all aspects of the group reservation process including pre-visit, on-site and post-visit duties. She is also responsible for managing the museum's Young Citizen’s Scholarship Program which provides free or reduced visits to Title 1 Schools in the Greater Metro Philadelphia area and surrounding counties. She enjoys reading, traveling and all things chocolate!
Most memorable experience: Being able to provide a free trip to an organization which would not have been able to attend otherwise through our Young Citizens Scholarship program.
Group Sales Account Executive
Brad joined the National Constitution Center staff during the summer of 2015 after previously working for the Trenton Thunder, a minor league affiliate of the New York Yankees, for three years. In addition to helping groups plan their visit to the museum, Brad is in charge of growing the National Constitution Center’s Traveling History and Civics program, both locally and across the nation. A native New Englander, Brad first came to Philadelphia in 2010 to earn a graduate degree from Temple University’s School of Tourism and Hospitality Management after graduating from Providence College in 2008. He enjoys spending his free time cheering for his hometown sports teams and exploring his adopted home city.
Most Memorable Experience: Visiting the NCC for the first time in 2008 as a tourist, never imagining I’d get to work there every day!