Audrey Maise King was born in Brooklyn, New York. She grew up in northern New Jersey and moved to Florida in 1994 with her husband, the late Rev. W. Alan King, a retired Episcopal priest. Audrey graduated from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, with a major in Child Psychology. Her college thesis, “The Black Child’s Self Image in a White Society,” sparked her interest in Black history.
FEBRUARY 2017: Hyacinth P. Morgan was born in Kingston, Jamaica. After High School she immigrated to the United States and was a resident of New York for 37 years. During those years, Ms. Morgan attended New York University and received degrees in Business and International Studies.
July 2016 - As volunteer Executive Director, no one has volunteered more hours at the Mary S. Harrell Black Heritage Museum than Mr. Jimmy Harrell. Jimmy began his museum volunteer services long before the official opening of the museum in 1999.
September 2016 Dru became involved with the Mary S. Harrell Black Heritage Museum before it was a Museum. She became a member of the Board of the Day Care in 1987, soon after she moved to New Smyrna Beach. After the Day Care closed and the building was abandoned and rumored to be demolished