Foundation Board of Directors – President/CEO
Foundation Board of Directors – Executive Committee
Innovation, America’s Journal of Technology Commercialization
Treasurer, Board of Directors
Director of Business Operations & CFO
Technology Ventures Corporation
Deborah Dixon, P.E.
First Vice Chair
Sr. Project Manager and Vice President
Bohannan Huston, Inc.
Julie Vargas, Esq.
Secretary, Board of Directors
Hunt & Davis, P.C.
Member at Large
Director – NERC Regulatory Compliance
Member at Large
District Manager, Central NM
David S. Smoak
Second Vice Chair
Chairman, Coldwell Banker
Commercial, Las Colinas
Foundation Board of Directors
LithExcel Communications Services Provider
Senior Vice President & Trust Officer
Bank of Albuquerque Private Bank
Director, DoD Programs, Strategic Alliances
Defense Systems & Assessments Sandia National Laboratories
David Martinez DDS
David J. Martinez DDS PC
Senior VP/Chief Operating Officer
Albuquerque Publishing Company
Senior Vice President/Controller
Bank of the Rio Grande
ESPN Radio 101.7 The TEAM
BlueCross BlueShield of New Mexico
Norwest Equity Partners
New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science
Founder and Chairman
Director and Shareholder
Keleher & McLeod, P.A.
Marron Lee Nelson
F11X Engineering Manager
Bank of the West
Krista Koss Parker
Cafeteria Plan Company
John Cornish PhD
Dean, School of Math, Science & Engineering
Central New Mexico Community College
Hyatt Regency Albuquerque
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A Message from the New Mexico Museum of Natural History Foundation President/CEO
I want to thank you for your interest in the New Mexico Museum of Natural History Foundation. The Foundation is committed to raising funds for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science. Your unrestricted gifts play a key role in providing the educational programs, transformative exhibitions, and enhanced guest experiences that have made the Museum a favorite destination. The Foundation also raises money from diverse sources including grants, special events, membership and annual giving.
The Foundation runs all of the entrepreneurial enterprises in the Museum including the NatureWorks Discovery Store, the Membership program, the Lockheed Martin DynaTheater (giant screen 3D theater), the Museum cafe, and astronomy and dinosaur camps. .
A visit to the Museum will allow you to explore natural history topics in a supportive and fun atmosphere. You will discover the exciting world of super scientists at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History & Science and become a paleontologist when you search for fossils. Travel deep into a volcano, blast off into space, explore the vastness of the universe in the Planetarium, learn about the beginning of the personal computer, experience a cave with bats and stalagmite formations, and study the exciting New Mexico reptiles and amphibians of today and long ago.
Our community supporters continue the mission of improving the Museum visitor’s experience through their numerous donations of money, time, and expertise. The Foundation Board works to develop dynamic programs and services to fit the ever-changing needs of our community and audience.
As science education becomes increasingly important to our competitiveness as a world-class city and nation, the Foundation and the Museum are partnering to develop classrooms of the future. The classrooms will be hands-on, hi-tech learning environments led by the best science educators, which we believe will serve to inspire our next generation of scientists and engineers.
Please join our ever-expanding membership program and be part of the fascinating world of natural history and science at our Museum, today and tomorrow.