Bruce J. Fafard

Chief Executive Officer

Bruce J. Fafard is the Chief Executive Officer at MOSH. Fafard has more than 30 years of experience in various industries including aerospace, insurance, manufacturing and retail. Prior to joining MOSH, Fafard served as President & CEO of 121 Financial Credit Union, CEO of Scient Federal Credit Union and held a variety of positions at Connex Credit Union. He earned his Masters of Business Administration from the University of New Haven and his Bachelor of Science in economics from Southern Connecticut State University. He also earned the Certified Innovation Executive designation from the Credit Union Executive Society. Fafard currently serves on several boards and committees including Leadership Jacksonville, Northeast Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) and the JAX Chamber.

Jane Scofield

Chief Financial Officer

Jane Scofield is the Chief Financial Officer at MOSH. With more than 20 years of experience, she is a certified public accountant licensed in the state of New Mexico, a chartered global managerial accountant and a certified fraud examiner. Prior to joining MOSH, Scofield was the Chief Financial Officer for 121 Financial Credit Union and was the Principal and Director of Business Advisory Services at Ennis, Pellum & Associates, CPAs. Scofield graduated from the University of New Mexico with a Masters of Business Administration in accounting. She also attended University of Tennessee-Knoxville with her Bachelor of Arts in health issues casework. Scofield volunteers in the community and sits on many boards including the Jacksonville Housing Authority and JAX Chamber.

Anthony Mortimer

Director of Curatorial Services

Dr. Anthony Mortimer is originally from Pennsylvania but ventured all over the world during his 20-year Navy career before settling in Jacksonville for his final few duty assignments as a Naval Officer. He holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from Jacksonville University (2006) and a Doctorate in Educational Leadership from the University of North Florida (2018). As an avid researcher, Dr. Mortimer places priority on developing top talent to build collaborative teams that consistently deliver high-quality, research-based, relationship-focused, holistic educational experiences. As Director of Curatorial Services, he will be leading the Curatorial Department in providing those experiences through exhibits and programs that are historically factual in interpretation, that consistently display socio-cultural respect in bringing together all our northeast Florida communities, and engagement of our guests, students, and partners in reflective meaning-building. 

Kaye Glover

Vice President of Development

Kaye Glover is the Vice President of Development at MOSH, with more than 15 years of professional nonprofit experience. She is an experienced fundraising professional with expertise in successfully managing and implementing effective fundraising strategies for annual fund, major gifts, corporate sponsorships and planned giving. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Mercer University. Prior to joining MOSH, Glover served as the planned giving director and major gifts officer at the Jacksonville Symphony Association and as the development director at Focus on Excellence. She is a member of the Late Bloomer’s Garden Club, served three years as president on the Women’s Board of Wolfson Children’s Hospital of Jacksonville, as well as the chairman of the Florida Forum and Antiques Show and Sale.

Eddie Whisler

Vice President of Education Services | Director of the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium

Eddie Whisler is an enthusiastic educator who is especially passionate about spreading an interest in science. Whisler has been an Educator and School Programs Manager at MOSH since 2010, and has classroom teaching experience in Duval County, Hawaii and South Carolina. These experiences have revealed to him the power of the inquiry approach to learning—the approach he now brings to the informal setting of museum education. He graduated from the University of North Florida with a degree in science education.

Jordan Greenlee

Director of Administration

Jordan Greenlee is the Director of Administration at MOSH. Greenlee joined the Museum in 2011 as an Adult Volunteer and has since served in Guest Relations and as Executive Assistant to the President. Greenlee serves as the Staff Liaison for the Elements of MOSH, the Museum’s Young Supporters affinity group, contributing to programming specific to young adult audiences. He also helped plan and execute programs including the community-organized March for Science in 2017 and the first Jacksonville Mini Maker Faire in 2018. Greenlee graduated from the University of North Florida with Bachelor of Arts in History.