National Archives Foundation

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The National Archives Foundation is an independent non-profit organization that works to increase public awareness of and showcase the United States National Archives and Records Administration.[1]

Board of Directors[edit]

• Chair: Governor James J. Blanchard, DLA Piper US, LLP • Vice Chair: Cokie Roberts, Journalist • Vice President: Michael R. Beschloss, Presidential Historian • Vice President: Ken Burns, Florentine Films • Treasurer: Marvin F. Weissberg, Weissberg Foundation • Secretary: Marilynn Wood Hill, Author/Historian • Honey Alexander, Community Leaders • A’Lella Bundles, Author/Journalist • Steven W. Caple, Unity Hunt, Inc. • James Cicconi, Community Leader • Peter Cuneo, Cuneo & Co., LLC • Richard Eliasberg, Prima Management Co. • Nancy Folger, Community Leader • Fruzsina Harsanyi, Consultant • Sharron Hunt, Unity Hunt LLC • Zina Kramer, Events Marketing • Ambassador Fay Hartog Levin, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs • Jon Liebman, Brillstein Entertainment • Kenneth G. Lore, Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP • Jacqueline B. Mars, Community Leader • Cappy R. McGarr, MCM Interests, LLC • Mary C. Moynihan, Perkins Coie, LLP • Lawrence F. O’Brien, III, The OB•C Group, LLC • Soledad O'Brien, Starfish Media Group • Michael Powell, NCTA - The Internet & Television Association • Bruce Ramer, Gang Tyre Ramer and Brown, Inc • Lucinda Robb, Community Leader • Deborah Ratner Salzberg, Forest City Washington • Diana Spencer, William G. McGowan Charitable Fund • Ross Swimmer, Swimmer Group, LLC • Riley Temple, Temple Strategies • Marjorie B. Tiven, Global Cities, Inc. • Linda Davis Watters, John Hancock Services • David E. Weisman, InSite Wireless Group, LLC • Tom Wheeler, Investor • John H. Zentay, DLA Piper US, LLP [2]


  1. ^ "About the National Archives Foundation". Retrieved 2015-10-10.
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