Staff & Board

Administrative Staff

profile-placeholderThomas N Foster

Executive Director & Founding Member
Foster Biography


profile-placeholderLee Ann powers

Research, Social Media & Events
(Bio to come)


Board of Directors Executive Committee

profile-placeholderJoe Sanchez

President & Founding Member
Mexican Exhibit Committee Member
Sanchez Biography


profile-placeholderLinda Carnahan

First Vice President & Founding Member
Budget Committee Member
Carnahan Biography


profile-placeholderMyrna Lenox

Second Vice President
Budget Committee Member
Lenox Biography


profile-placeholderMary Anne Moreno

Secretary
Moreno Biography


Board Members

Roberto Reveles

Board Member & Founding Member
Mexican Exhibit Committee Member
Reveles Biography


profile-placeholderRamona Barreas

Board Member & Founding Member
(Bio to come)


profile-placeholderJo Hart Foti

Board Member
(Bio to come)


profile-placeholderRobin Horta

Board Member
(Bio to come)


profile-placeholderLuke Kannegaard

Board Member
(Bio to come)


profile-placeholderMatt Kannegaard

Board Member
(Bio to come)


profile-placeholderPaul C Licano

Board Member
(Bio to come)


Emeritus Board Members

profile-placeholderRobert McKusick

Board Member
(Bio to come)


 

 

Biographies

 

 

Ramona Barreas

Board Member
School teacher/educator retired/Cobre Valle Country Club Vice President/ President of Globe/Miami Area Memorial Fountation. Friend of the Miami Memorial Library, Member Catholic Daughters of Am.
 


  

 

 

Linda Carnahan

First Vice President
Gila County Sheriff’s Office retired/ author/ Museum founding member



  

 

 

Thomas N Foster

Executive Director
Museum founding member
Education/Art-ASU   Restoration/Research Consultant



  

 

 

Jo Hart Foti

Board Member
Daughter of the late Sen. Hart. Computer programmer retired. Manager at Mutual of Omaha, Sperry Flight Systems, Arizona Highway Dept (ADOT) and APS retired. Currently on the Gila Co. Foster Care review board, State Foster care Review Board,  Vice Chair of the State FCRB, charter member of the GHS Alumni Association, co-founder of the GHS Association. City of Phoenix board allocating funds to blockwatch groups. Past member of the Phoenix Mensa board.
 


  

 

 

Robin Horta

Board Member
Community Development Specialist/Freeport McMoRan Copper and Gold



  

 

 

Luke Kannegaard

Board Member
Business man Miami/Military Reserves



  

 

 

Matt Kannegaard

Board Member
President of RAM Specialists (Rural Arizona Maintenance) 



  

 

 

Myrna Lenox

Second Vice President
Bank manager retired/Accounting dept Apache Gold Casino/US census supervisor and Gila County elections dept. Globe/Miami Area Memorial Foundation, Treasurer
 


  

 

 

Paul C Licano

Board Member
Museum founding member
US Air Force, Arizona Air National Guard, Ret.  Dept. of Military Affairs
  


  

 

 

Mary Anne Moreno

Secretary
Past Hospital Admin.& Dir. Of Chamber EDC/Registered Nurse/MBA Rotary/ WAAIME/ Gila Co. Historical Soc./Cobre Valle Country Club Globe/Miami Area Memorial Foundation Secretary
 


  

 

 

Joe Sanchez

President
Museum founding member
US Post Master Ret./Past Gila County Supervisor & Former Mayor of Miami



  

 

 

Roberto A. Reveles

Board Member & Founding Member, Mexican Exhibit Committee Member

Roberto A. Reveles, born in Miami, Arizona, graduated from Bullion Plaza School and Miami High School. After serving 4 years in the Air Force during the Korean War, he earned his BSFS degree from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service. Work career consisted of 24 years on staff of 5 members of the US House of Representatives in Washington, DC, and 12 years as executive officer with Homestake Mining Company in San Francisco, CA. Father of 5, grandfather of 11 children.

Community service includes co-founder, officer and board member of the Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum, plus board membership and officer with numerous education and cultural organizations, including Board of Trustees of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Association for Development of a Better Environment (Gold Canyon), Gold Canyon Arts Council, Arizona Hispanic Community Forum (Phoenix), Somos America/We Are America (Phoenix), Arizona Latino Arts and Cultural Center (Phoenix), Mano a Mano Unidos Foundation (Phoenix), the Raul Castro Institute (Phoenix), Arizona State University’s Morrison Institute Latino Public Policy Center, Humane Borders (Arizona), Save Our Schools Committee (Apache Junction), and the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona.