Historic Resources and Museum Advisory Board

Last updated Aug. 29, 2018 - 10:51 am
  • Upcoming Meeting

  • September 26
  • 6 p.m.
  • Meets: Fourth Wednesday of each month, 6 p.m. at the Mordecai Visitor Center
  • Meeting Location

  • Mordecai Visitor Center
  • 1101 Wake Forest Road
  • Raleigh, NC 27604

Public Participation

Advisory Board meetings and committee meetings are open to the public. Meeting locations are subject to change. Check with the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department at 919-996-3285 to verify a particular meeting time and place if you are planning to attend. Meetings are subject to change following public notice of at least 48 hours.

Purpose

Mission: The mission of the Historic Resources and Museum Advisory Board (HRMAB) shall be to promote, coordinate, and strengthen the advocacy and advancement of public programs within the Historic Resources and Museum Program to further the cultural development of the City of Raleigh.

Vision: The vision of the HRMAB is to be a leader in the advocacy and advancement of programming, preservation, communication, and public involvement associated with Raleigh’s Museums, Historic Sites, and Historic Attractions, recognizing these are essential contributors to the economy and quality of life of Raleigh and its citizens. Further, this Advisory Board is to advance public programs, encourage efficient operations, and support staff in efforts to provide all Raleigh citizens and visitors diverse opportunities for cultural engagement, education, and stewardship, understanding always that the story of Raleigh is the story of American democracy. The success of the Board will be measured by the quality of visitation and volunteer involvement combined with the quality of programming, collections stewardship, and historic interpretation.

Advisors: The HRMAB consists of 12 advisors, appointed by the Raleigh City Council, upon recommendation by the HRMAB. The Administrator of the HRM Program shall serve as an ex-officio, non-voting member. In addition to the regular members of the Board, there may be ex-officio, non-voting members as follows: one representative of the City Council, and one representative of the Parks, Recreation, and Greenway Advisory Board. The HRMAB, upon recommendation of the Chair and approval by the HRMAB, may appoint additional ex-officio, non-voting members to serve at any given time.

All appointments to the HRMAB shall be on the basis of a two-year term. Once an advisor has three consecutive terms, or six years, on the HRMAB they are not eligible for reappointment to the HRMAB for a two-year period. Appointments shall be staggered to the end that there shall always be one or more veteran advisors upon the HRMAB.

Members

  • Clare Bass
  • 1222 Duplin Rd
  • Raleigh , NC 27607
  • 919-818-7403
  • Serving: 06/21/18
  • Fred Belledin
  • 311-200 W. Martin Street
  • Raleigh, NC 27601
  • 919-821-2775
  • Serving: 09/22/2019
  • Barbara Freedman
  • 2417 Coley Forest Place
  • Raleigh, NC 27612
  • 919-782-1892
  • Serving: 09/22/2018
  • Esther Hall
  • 730 Washington St #305
  • Raleigh, NC 27605
  • 919-782-7108
  • Serving: 9/22/19
  • Holmes Harden
  • 326 Forsyth Street
  • Raleigh , NC 27609
  • 919-981-4011
  • Serving: 10/04/18
  • Alicia McGill
  • 2845 O'Berry Street
  • Raleigh, NC 27607
  • 412-398-6447
  • Serving: 10/03/19
  • Joe Mobley
  • 2018 Reaves Drive
  • Raleigh, NC 27608
  • 919-829-3752
  • Serving: 07/15/2019
  • Sam Mordecai
  • 3005 Glen Burnie Dr.
  • Raleigh, NC 27607
  • 919-787-9241
  • Serving: 09/22/19
  • Ed Morris
  • Chair
  • 3509 Churchill Road
  • Raleigh, NC 27607
  • 919-788-0193
  • Serving: 09/22/2018
  • Stephen Rabin
  • 4841 Edgerton Ct. #613
  • Raleigh, NC 27612
  • 919-615-1110
  • Serving: 10/04/18
  • Tom Ward
  • 741-306 Bishops Park Drive
  • Raleigh, NC 27608
  • 919-832-0683
  • Serving: 09/22/2018

Ex-Officio, Non-Voting Members

Jennifer Wagner
PRGAB liaison

Troy Burton
Historic Resources and Museum Program Administrator


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