Consortium Member

John Warner

John Warner retired from the Boeing Company in July 2002 after 34 years with the company. His position until then from 1997 was as Senior Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer in Corporate Headquarters. He started with Boeing as an engineer after earning undergraduate degrees and a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the University […]

Julie K. Stein

Julie K. Stein was appointed in 2005 as Executive Director of The Burke – the Washington State Museum of natural history and cultural heritage and is located on the University of Washington campus. The Burke Museum serves the public and academic community with scientific and cultural exhibits, resources for schools, and a wide range […]

Will Daugherty

Will Daugherty joined Pacific Science Center as President and CEO in January 2016 with more than 20 years of leadership experience. Prior to Pacific Science Center, Will served as Entrepreneur in Residence at the University of Washington, where he worked with faculty, researchers, administrators, and students across the university to identify technologies with […]

Ben Klasky

Ben Klasky is the President and CEO of IslandWood, an innovative nonprofit organization that introduces thousands of low-income children to the outdoors each year.  IslandWood is working to expand its programs throughout Washington State and onto the national stage.   Ben is committed to serving at-risk youth, having led nature outings for children from Harlem and Chinatown in […]

Bruce Bohmke

Bruce has worked in the zoo and aquarium field for more than 35 years, beginning his career as an animal keeper at the Oakland Zoo. Subsequently, Bruce was employed as the General Curator at the Phoenix Zoo and as the Curator of Birds at the St Louis Zoo. In 1999, he came to Woodland […]

Robert W. Davidson

Robert W. Davidson became the President and CEO of the newly nonprofit Seattle Aquarium on July 1, 2010, after serving as CEO of the Seattle Aquarium Society since 2002. Davidson guided a repositioning of the Aquarium Society leading to the successful Aquarium Operations and Management Agreement with the City in 2009.  A key component […]

Douglas King

Douglas R. King assumed the role of Museum president and chief executive officer in January 2011. King was previously the president and chief executive officer of the Saint Louis Science Center, the fourth largest science center in the country, where he served since 1995.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the Museum of Flight in Seattle,” […]