Palo Alto History Museum Welcomes Seasoned Museum Professional

Palo Alto, CA – The Palo Alto History Museum is excited to announce the addition of its new Director of Development, Laura Bajuk. “We’re delighted to welcome Laura Bajuk to the team,” says board president Rich Green. “She brings over 20 years of invaluable museum and nonprofit management experience and will be instrumental to growing our development efforts.”

Laura Bajuk is a Palo Alto resident and a fourth-generation Californian. She is active in the Association of Fundraising Professionals Silicon Valley, and serves as a board member of Silicon Valley Planned Giving Council. Under her leadership as Executive Director of the Los Altos History Museum, Laura saw its net worth double, membership and staff grow, and its reach successfully expand into the community, growing audience and expanding fiscal support. PAHM Executive Director Myron Freedman adds, “Laura understands that a city as vibrant at Palo Alto deserves a great history museum and we are excited to work together to bring this into being. Laura’s knowledge of the Silicon Valley community and her deep knowledge of its history make her uniquely suited to the Palo Alto History Museum project. ”

The Palo Alto History Museum is expected to open in 2018. Fundraising to convert the historic Roth Building into the new museum is in full swing. Add your name to the list of ground-floor supporters today–at

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  • My family moved to Palo Alto in 1957. Last year, our class of 1966 at Cubberly celebrated its 50 year reunion. Since then, several classmates suggested we have a reunion in 2018 to celebrate our 70th birthdays. I will be interested in your museum opening next year. Since Cubberley High school is no longer in operation, our high school does not have a designated web site like Palo Alto and Gunn high schools have on the internet. Perhaps this would be an excellent opportunity to exchange information on our high school. If we were to organize an event of some sort when our class is in Palo Alto for our “reunion”. Since our plans are flexible at this point, it is certainly possible to co-ordinate our dates with the museum.

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