The National Law Enforcement Museum is struggling. A new CEO is in place to turn it around.

Katishi Maake
The National Law Enforcement Museum is struggling. A new CEO is in place to turn it around.

Marcia Ferranto says she will make sure of that. Ferranto succeeds Lori Sharpe Day, who had served as interim CEO since December until her recent election to vice chair of the memorial fund board of directors. Since opening in October, the National Law Enforcement Museum has struggled to reach its visitation goals and defaulted on some of the municipal bonds investors purchased in 2016 to support the project, according to Bloomberg.