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MOXI The Wolf Museum of Exploration + Innovation
To ignite learning through interactive experiences in science + creativity.
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An Inspired Future
“Our mission for MOXI from the beginning was to emphasize STEM learning for children of all ages, in a fun, enriching, and interactive environment. I am delighted at what we’ve accomplished in such a short time. STEM education is the future of our country, and our programs and staff give children and young adults a chance to ask questions, discover and explore the joys of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. It is my fondest hope that MOXI will inspire future generations of youngsters to pursue STEM-related studies and careers.”
MOXI is a museum with a long-term plan for community impact. To get there, like any business, they need sustainable, predictable revenue.
To support this, MOXI recently launched the Catalyst Club, wherein donors commit to three years of giving at least $1,000 per year.
“Be a catalyst for change in your community,” says CEO Robin Gose. “Be a catalyst for changing the trajectory of a child’s life.”
Board of Directors
Scott Hadley, President
Chris Kroes, Vice President, General Counsel
Susan McMillan, Secretary
Justin Anderson, Treasurer
Jill Levinson, Immediate Past President
Jill Chase, At Large
Alixe Mattingly, At Large