The Thomas Jefferson Foundation was incorporated in 1923 to preserve and operate Monticello, the plantation home and architectural masterpiece of Thomas Jefferson. Since its founding, the Foundation has dedicated itself to a two-fold mission of preservation and education.
The Thomas Jefferson Foundation receives no government funding for general operations. As a private, nonprofit organization, we rely on the generosity of donors like you to accomplish our dual mission of preservation and education.
Donald A. King Jr., Keswick, Virginia, Chairman Jon Meacham, Nashville, Tennessee, Vice Chairman Libby H. O'Connell, Lloyd Harbor, New York, Secretary
Melody Barnes, Richmond, Virginia John H. Birdsall, III, Charlottesville, Virginia L.D. Britt, Norfolk, Virginia J. F. Bryan, IV, Jacksonville, Florida Peter J. Coolidge, New York, New York Harlan Crow, Dallas, Texas Ginger Huang Dietrich, Chevy Chase, Maryland Joseph Erdman, Boca Raton, Florida Molly Hardie, Charlottesville, Virginia Fritz R. Kundrun, Charlottesville, Virginia E. Charles Longley, Jr., Charlottesville, Virginia Richard A. Mayo, Keswick, Virginia Charlotte Moss, New York, New York Sarah Perot, Dallas, Texas Pamela Reynolds, Richmond, Virginia Gilbert P. Schafer III, New York, New York Michelle Smith, Arlington, Virginia
Charles T. Cullen, Alpharetta, Georgia David R. Goode, Norfolk, VA John Charles Thomas, Richmond, Virginia
Richard Gilder, New York, New York Brenton S. Halsey, Richmond, Virginia David McCullough, West Tisbury, Massachusetts Hunter J. Smith, Charlottesville, Virginia
Daniel P. Jordan
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