Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Foundation

Staunton, VA   |  www.woodrowwilson.org

Mission

The mission of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library is to promote an understanding of the complexity of the life and times of President Woodrow Wilson, his impact on the world, and his relevance today and for the future.

Ruling year info

1939

President & CEO

Ms. Robin W. von Seldeneck

Main address

P. O. Box 24

Staunton, VA 24402 USA

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EIN

54-0505980

NTEE code info

History Museums (A54)

Libraries, Library Science (B70)

IRS filing requirement

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WWPL Programs

The staff and board of the WWPL work hard to connect people of all ages to the study of history and its significance for today. In non-COVID years, our children’s educational programming provides school tours, outreach programs at schools in the region, special one-day themed workshops, and summer history camps. Adult programming includes tours, symposia, lectures, panel discussions, exhibit previews, and guest speakers that focus on a wide variety of issues from the years of Wilson’s life and the current impact of those issues. In addition, the WWPL works with area colleges and universities to provide internships and hands-on training for students. Since the pandemic began, the WWPL has offered a regular schedule of free, interactive virtual sessions through our "History at Home" program. Popular sessions have included The 1918 Flu Pandemic, and Enslaved Workers in Wilson's Birthplace. A full schedule and registration are available on the WWPL's website: www.woodrowwilson.org.

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Affiliations & memberships

Virginia Association of Museums 1970

American Alliance of Museums 1976

American Association for State and Local History 1980

Sites of Conscience 2022

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Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library Foundation

Board of directors
as of 04/05/2022
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Board chair

Mr. Greg Robertson, J.D.

Retired Attorney

Thomas Knock, Ph.D.

History Professor, Southern Methodist University

Greg Robertson, J.D.

Attorney, Hunton and Williams

Ray Cubbage, Ed.D.

Retired Education Administrator

Frank Carey

Retired Fundraising Professional

Amy Diduch, Ph.D.

Economics Professor, Mary Baldwin University

Senator John Edwards

VA State Senator

The Honorable Christopher Saxman

State Advocacy

Danna Bell

Educational Outreach Specialist, Library of Congress

Elizabeth Clay

Community Volunteer

Amy Davenport

Director of Stewardship & Donor Relations, Mary Baldwin University

Charles Neary

US State Department

Michael Quillen

Retired Attorney

Mary Shockey

Community Volunteer

William Wilkins

Commercial Real Estate Professional

Warren Hofstra, Ph.D.

History Professor, Shenandoah University

James Cassedy

National Archives and Records Administration, Retired Archives Specialist

Mary Gail Dufresne

MGD Strategic Communications, Public Relations Consultant

Maria Grosjean

researcher, former professor and Fulbright Scholar

Christina Harris

Mary Baldwin University, Instruction and Outreach Librarian

Mia Kivlighan

Augusta County, VA, Communications Manager

Jacqueline Kurtz

First Bank & Trust, Loan Officer

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