The Missouri History Museum is a place of collecting, studying and learning within a greater environment. It is a small, vital community that assumes responsibility for its role in the environmental stewardship of local, regional and global communities.
The leading principles of the Museum's sustainability efforts:
· Manage the Museum in a manner that reduces the Museum's negative impact on the environment through policies and initiatives.
· Encourage environmentally responsible practices in projects that call for the design, renovation, and/or restoration of the Museum's facilities and exhibits.
· Take all opportunities to increase environmental awareness among our visitors and co-workers.
Sena Dawes, Evaluations and Audience Development Coordinator
Karen Goering, Managing Director of Administration and Operations, Founding Member
Nicholas Hoffman, Managing Director of Education and Visitor Experience
Ellen Kuhn, Teen and Adult Interpretative Programs Coordinator
Angela Moore, Assistant to Director of General Services, Chair
Alexander Patiño, Payroll and Accounting Associate
Jason Stratman, Assistant Librarian, Reference
Emily Underwood, Public Programs Manager
Ronald Woodcock, Director of General Services