serving as director of facilities, director
Rachel lives in Palo Alto with her hus-
internationally, on effective interactive
of programs, and chief exhibit curator.
consulted with numerous science and
Editor: Jim Stevens
Jan 25 SM County Probation Dept.
children’s museums, nationally and
While at the Exploratorium, Rachel
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Rachel Meyer of Coyote Point Museum
Jan 18 Coyote Point Museum
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Jan 25 Jonathan Nicolas
January 18, 2008
Jan 18 WD Lewis
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tutelage of Dr. Frank Oppenheimer,
19 years, 9 of which were under the
Exploratorium in San Francisco for
Rachel Meyer joined Coyote Point
served as executive director of the
Palo Alto Children’s Museum and
Prior to that, Meyer worked at the
Prior to joining the museum, she
Museum as executive director in
While in Palo Alto, Meyer led a
capital upgrades, new exhibits,
turnaround effort that included
President: Judy Brown
and new programs.
Zoo for 11 years.
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Meyer was born in Palo Alto, though
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