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AMSE Foundation

The American Museum of Science & Energy Foundation was chartered in September 1996 and organized to further the cultural, educational and scientific programs of the American Museum of Science & Energy Museum (AMSE). The Foundation’s purpose is to assist in the operation and development of the museum, which seeks a broad public, private and volunteer support base. As a 501(c) (3) corporation, the foundation’s tax exempt status provides an added benefit when seeking financial and other donations. The foundation is governed by a 16 member Board of directors elected by the foundation membership. Foundation membership is open to any individual who applies for the appropriate AMSE membership category.

Mission Statement:

The AMSE Foundation is committed to be a support to AMSE and help provide the resources required to achieve excellence.

Vision Statement:

To be a strong advocate for AMSE as a premier museum for educating the public in science, technology and the history of the Manhattan Project.

Values Statement:

To be a champion for AMSE through its works, wealth, and wisdon.

Board of Directors


Wayne Stevenson, President
Retired
Richard Raridon, Vice President
Retired
Gary Gilmartin, Treasurer
Gilmartin Engineering Works
Stephen Stow, Secretary
Retired
Amy Fitzgerald
City of Oak Ridge
Dan Wilken
Retired
Gerald Boyd
S.M. Stoller Corp
Leigha Edwards
ORNL
Veronica O’Hearin
UCOR
Murray Rosenthal
Retired
Jason Woodle
Tennessee Valley Authority
Fred Tompkins
University of Tennessee
James Comish (ex officio)
AMSE
Hal Osucha
Foundation Support
Peggy Brown (ex officio)
ORNL/AMSE

Address

300 S Tulane,
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Phone: (865) 576-3200
Website: http://amse.org
Email: info@amse.org

American Museum of Science & Energy

Hours

Monday-Saturday: 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday: 1 - 5 pm

AMSE is open daily except, New Year's Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, & Christmas.
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