The Greensboro History Museum shares the city’s compelling history in countless ways. Exhibits fire imaginations, modern technology provides non-stop access and outreach, programs educate and entertain, and collections link generations. Our commitment to community service, dialogue, and relevance never wavers.
Volunteers founded the museum, then named the Greensboro Historical Museum, in 1924. Today, it is a facility of the City of Greensboro as a division within the Greensboro Public Library Department. The museum operates through a partnership with the City of Greensboro and Greensboro History Museum, Inc., a membership organization open to any interested person. The Greensboro History Museum, Inc. owns the collections and supports exhibition, collection and program projects.
Brigitte Blanton, Greensboro Public Library Director
Carol Ghiorsi Hart, Museum Director
The Greensboro History Museum will engage the community in the pursuit of wisdom through connections that challenge.
Greensboro History Museum, Inc. Board Mission Statement
The Greensboro History Museum, Inc. Board of Trustees ensures the telling of Greensboro’s history by setting strategic direction for the Museum through
- Engaging diverse individuals and communities in a quality museum experience
- Serving as responsible fiscal stewards
- Cultivating needed resources
- Promoting the Museum to the community
- Supporting Museum staff and volunteers as they carry out the institution’s mission
Our vision statement defines what we see as our goals for the future – a challenging, yet achievable vision of a museum that meets the highest standard of excellence, teaches and informs in a variety of energetic and accessible ways, and is a vibrant, visible, and valued community institution.
2017 Board of Trustees
Cham Edmiston, President
Julie Malloy-Copeland, Vice President
Dan Hayes, Treasurer
Michele Perrell, Assistant Treasurer
Tiffany Lam-Balfour, Secretary
Tyson Hammer-Strandberg, Assistant Secretary
Betty K. Phipps
Rose Marie Ponton
G. Bernard Yevin