The Museum Staff

Ramona Pál-Kovács

Ramona Pál-Kovács, Operations Manager, 2022 Season

About Ramona

Much like her nomadic Hungarian ancestors, Ramona Pal-Kovacs wandered around the world for years in search of a place she could call home. She ended up falling in love with Prince Edward Island, first through the heart-warming stories of Avonlea, then by discovering its natural beauties and close-knit communities. Lover of storytelling, she spent her childhood daydreaming and living others’ lives through movies and books. She pursued this love through her university studies in film, theatre, French language and literature, earning a Ph.D. in Literary Studies.

Connie Spencer


Connie Spencer, Development Manager

About Connie

Connie Spencer was born and raised in Prince Edward Island and always had a keen interest in island and world history.  Her love of travel brought her around the world for 10 years before settling down not far from where she grew up where she is now raising two daughters with her husband Tyler.  She has been in tourism and customer service since she was 16 and loves meeting new people.  Connie worked at the Garden of the Gulf Museum between 2009 – 2015 as Assistant Curator, Events Planner and Development Coordinator.  During those years she completed numerous collections management and conservation courses.  She is very excited to be returning for the 2022 season renewing her passion for island history. 

Greta Blackwell

Garden of the Gulf Museum staff - Greta

Greta Blackwell, Tour Guide, 2022 Season

About Greta

Greta Blackwell has lived in the Town of Three Rivers area for 11 years, and throughout those years has developed a fascination with the rich history and folklore of Prince Edward Island. They recently completed their first year studying history at UPEI, and this is their second summer as a tour guide at Garden of the Gulf. Greta also has an interest in digital art and identifying the wildlife along their favourite hiking trails.