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NATIONAL GALLERY BOARD OF ADVISORS

  • Charles S. Andrus - Principal Business Process Consultant, Moen Incorporated
  • Forrest M. Bird - Inventor of the Respirator; 1995 Inductee, National Inventors Hall of Fame
  • Darlene Cavalier - Sciencecheerleader.com
  • Robert DiBiasio - V.P. Public Relations, Cleveland Indians
  • Joe Elliott - President & CEO, Frey Scientific/Delta Education
  • Dr. Arthur Eisenkraft - Distinguished Professor of Science Ed., University of Massachusetts
  • Rhonda Glasscock - Manager, Corporate Contributions, Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc.
  • Wilson Greatbatch, P.E. - Inventor of the Pacemaker, 1986 Inductee, National Inventors Hall of Fame
  • George Keegan - Executive Director, Edison Preservation Foundation
  • David Lieberth - Deputy Mayor, City of Akron, Ohio
  • Ronald Mallett, Ph.D. - World-Renowned Theoretical Physicist, University of Connecticut
  • J. Dan Mahoney - President & CEO, Muhler Company
  • John E. Nathan - Patent Attorney, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP
  • Richard G. Nichols - Former Exec. Dir. of Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co; Past President/CEO of Inventors Hall of Fame
  • Marcia Page - VP E&PS, Texas Instruments
  • Bill Scollon - Scollon Media Arts & Director, Disney Educational Productions
  • Kevin Thompson - President, Northeast Region, National City Bank
  • Gerald F. Wheeler - Executive Director, National Science Teachers Association
  • Dr. Michael Williamson - Executive Director, WhaleNet, Boston
  • Dr. Deborah S. Delisle - Superintendent, Public Instruction for Ohio
   
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The National Gallery for America's Young Inventors ™ is the only nationally recognized hall of fame for student inventors, established in 1993 and given permission by the adult National Inventors Hall of Fame Board in Washington, D.C. to archive and enshrine great student inventions and inventors K-12.


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