Organizations Filed Purposes:
THE THOMAS JEFFERSON FOUNDATION'S MISSION IS TWO-FOLD: PRESERVATION - TO CONSERVE, PROTECT, AND MAINTAIN MONTICELLO IN A MANNER THAT LEAVES IT ENHANCED AND UNIMPAIRED FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS AND EDUCATION - TO INTERPRET AND PRESENT THOMAS JEFFERSON TO THE WIDEST POSSIBLE AUDIENCES, INCLUDING SCHOLARS AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC. THE FOUNDATION'S TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY VISION IS TO BRING HISTORY FORWARD INTO NATIONAL AND GLOBAL DIALOGUES.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation's mission is to preserve Monticello and educate the widest audience regarding Thomas Jefferson including scholars and the general public.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation operates Monticello, the home of the Nation's third President and author of the American Declaration of Independence. Over the past ten years, an average of 440,000 people have visited Monticello annually. Admission includes an interpretive guided tour of his home, one of our Country's foremost architectural masterpieces and the only home in America named to the United Nations World Heritage list. In addition to admission revenue, the above total also includes gifts and grants, and sales from the retail operations of the museum shops, catalog, and online store. The revenue contributes to the preservation of Monticello for future generations, which is one of the missions of the Foundation. The Foundation's Restoration Department is dedicated to the architectural preservation of the United Nations World Heritage house while the curatorial collections are under the care of a full-time Curatorial Department.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation operates the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies, which houses the Thomas Jefferson Library. The Center is also devoted to education of the general public as well as scholarly research and publication, through the Jefferson Library, archaeological research and publication, and other adult education programs. The robert h. smith international center for jefferson studies also is responsible for the research and publication of 23 volumes of research, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, embracing the period from Jefferson's retirement from the Presidency in March 1809 until his death in 1826, known as the "Retirement Series".
Executives Listed on Filing
Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing
|Name||Title||Hours Per Week||Total Salary|
|Leslie Greene Bowman||PRESIDENT||50||$460,534|
|Ann H Taylor||EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT||50||$273,967|
|Laura B Terry||VICE PRESIDENT & CFO||50||$238,210|
|Joshua J Scott||VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT||50||$183,432|
|Gary L Sandling||VICE PRESIDENT OF VISITOR SERV||50||$170,026|
|Andrew J O'Shaughnessy||VICE PRESIDENT & SAUNDERS DIR||50||$166,879|
|John J Looney||EDITOR, THOMAS JEFFERSON PAPER||50||$134,848|
|Sharon L Mcelroy||Director of Retail Sales||50||$132,848|
|Susan Stein||RICHARD GILDER SENIOR CURATOR||50||$128,869|
|Mary Blair Zakaib||DIRECTOR OF ENGAGEMENT||50||$116,986|
|Gilbert P Schafer Iii||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|Richard A Mayo||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|E Charles Longley Jr||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|Fritz R Kundrun||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|Ginger Huang Dietrich||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|Jf Bryan Iv||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|Dr Ld Britt Md||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|John H Birdsall Iii||TRUSTEE||1||$0|
|Melody Barnes||VICE CHAIRMAN||1||$0|
|Libby H O'Connell||SECRETARY||1||$0|
|Jon Meacham||VICE CHAIRMAN||1||$0|
|Donald A King Jr||CHAIRMAN||5||$0|
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