ACCG Introduces Their New Executive Director

The Ancient Coin Collectors Guild is pleased to announce the appointment of Keith Twitchell as Executive Director. Twitchell replaces Peter Tompa, who will remain active on the ACCG Board of Directors.

Ursula Kampmann with Keith Twitchell at the 2024 NYINC. Foto: Sebastian Wieschowski.

Ursula Kampmann with Keith Twitchell at the 2024 NYINC. Foto: Sebastian Wieschowski.

Twitchell, a resident of New Orleans, has been an ancient coin collector for 25 years. He also brings extensive nonprofit experience to the position, having served as Executive Director of the Committee for a Better New Orleans for sixteen years. He also co-founded five other nonprofits, and has served on numerous boards of directors.

Twitchell stepped into the position on January 1, 2024. In addition to maintaining the vital legislative actions ACCG is pursuing to preserve the rights of collectors in the United States, his top priorities will be to expand ACCG communications, build membership and engagement with collectors and dealers, and establish alliances with partner organizations to ensure the effective and fair application of governmental regulations protecting ancient coins and artifacts.

Founded in 2004, the Ancient Coin Collectors Guild is a nonprofit organization comprised of collectors, dealers, educators, historians, and others who share a passion for ancient history. ACCG is dedicated to preserving history, culture, and the rights of those who study them.