Amazeum Names Membership Manager
As the Amazeum gears up for its 2015 opening, the interactive museum for children and families has hired Amy Stockton as membership manager. In this role, Stockton will be responsible for developing and maintaining the museum?s membership program.
?Amy has a strong background in non-profit leadership and fundraising,? said Molly Rawn, Amazeum development director. ?We are delighted to have her join our team and play such an integral role for the museum.?
Prior to joining the Amazeum, Stockton held senior management positions for the Endeavor Foundation in Springdale, the Winthrop Rockefeller Institute, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Central Arkansas.
?I?m excited to work on a membership program to present to the community,? said Stockton. ?As a mom of two boys, it is fun to be a part of such an important, energizing and needed project in Northwest Arkansas.?
Charter memberships will be available for purchase this fall in time for holiday gift giving.
The ?Be Amazed!? campaign is already underway, and the museum is accepting donations at all levels. Permanent recognition opportunities are available. For more information on giving opportunities, contact Molly Rawn at 479-696-9280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Amazeum, presented by the Lee and Linda Scott family, is a hands-on, interactive museum for children and families in Northwest Arkansas, scheduled to open in the second half of 2015. The 44,500-square-foot space, located at the entrance of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, is designed to engage the imagination of children and their families through hands-on activities and interactive exhibits. Experiences will include a tinkering studio, climbable tree canopy, indoor caves, an art studio and more. Exhibitions will extend to the museum grounds where approximately one acre of land will provide the background for more learning and fun. The Amazeum will also feature indoor and outdoor event space.