On Monday, March 20, 2017, Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs Director Tim Slavin announced that accounting specialist Dominique Martucci had been promoted to the position of accountant, replacing Dianna Harris who retired in February 2017. Tammy Dayton, who has been working at the front desk of the division’s main office at 21 The Green in Dover, was, in turn, promoted to accounting specialist to replace Martucci. Both women are members of the division’s Business Administration Team which provides fiscal and administrative-support services for the agency.
A lifelong resident of Kent County, Del., Dominique Martucci joined the division in 2003 as a temporary receptionist. Over the years, she has taken on greater responsibilities including budget management and processing of bills and purchase orders which have helped prepare her for her new role as the agency’s accountant.
Tammy Dayton, also a lifetime Kent County resident, joined the division in 2007 as a Casual/Seasonal employee. Her many contributions to the agency include assisting in the development of the agency’s disaster-preparedness plan, service on the Community Engagement Committee and processing of accounts receivable. Dayton moonlights as a school-bus driver and serves as the vice president of Women’s Delaware 500 Club, a bowlers association.