CEO Fafard to Retire from MOSH

CEO Fafard to Retire from MOSH
Bruce Fafard

Bruce Fafard, CEO for The Museum of Science & History (MOSH), announced his retirement from the position, effective February 2024.

“I first approached the museum to volunteer my services at the start of the pandemic. It was clear to me then — and remains clear to me now — that this museum is an essential cultural institution of this community. It has been a true honor to dedicate my full attention to MOSH’s mission over the past several years,” said Fafard.

After his volunteer consultant position, Fafard’s roles with MOSH progressed to COO and interim CEO before he was appointed CEO in October 2020.

“Bruce has been an exceptional leader for MOSH. With every decision, he has prioritized the museum’s best interests – which is evidenced by his thoughtfulness in working with us to plan his well-deserved retirement. As a result of his leadership, MOSH is in a prime position to build upon its 80-plus years of service to this community,” said William Magevney, chair of the MOSH board of trustees.

Planning for Fafard’s replacement began in early 2023, and the board of trustees retained Kittleman to start a national search in summer 2023.

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