First 5


Next 5

Innovation is more than just our name.

Since opening its doors in 2017, MOXI has established itself as an epicenter of fun and joyful learning through interactive play and creativity. In these last five years – through fires, a debris flow, and a pandemic – MOXI has become so much more than a museum. It has become a place where the community comes together to explore, discover, and imagine new possibilities. It is a place where art intersects with science, engineering, math, and technology to inspire future generations. In these wonderful five years, MOXI has become a treasured community resource.

And we’re just getting started. With our five-year strategic plan as our roadmap, we’ve started on some new endeavors to keep MOXI vibrant and innovative. This report is organized so you can see our guiding principles in action. Based on four key initiatives, we will work to enhance MOXI’s facilities, to continue to expand learning opportunities through informal learning programs, to collaborate with local schools, and to extend and elevate the profile of MOXI.

We will continue to reach for the stars, to advance new guest experiences; some big, some bold, and all of them fun.

Thank you for making these first five years so memorable; I can’t wait for the next five.

Robin Gose, Ed.D.
President + CEO

Join us on our journey forward.

As I begin my term as MOXI’s new board chair, I am excited to lean into a new era of cultivating curiosity, innovation, and discovery. I am deeply grateful to my predecessors and this community for their support in helping create a solid foundation for MOXI to grow and thrive. It’s clear; STEAM education is important to this community, and MOXI is making a difference.

I believe in the transformative power of science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics, and that our museum will continue to serve as a vibrant hub for learning with your continued support.

Andy Winchester
Board Chair


To ignite learning through interactive experiences in science + creativity.

MOXI by the Numbers 2022


Guests Welcomed


Museums For All Admissions


Field Trips




Title I Schools


Title I Students


Teachers Admitted For Free


Camp Scholarships Awarded


Weeks of Camp


Membership Households


Events/Private Events Held



MOXI Facilities
and Exhibits

Goal: Enhance the MOXI facilities and exhibits so they remain current, relevant, and fun.

Temporary Experiences

MOXI’s temporary experiences in 2022 gave guests views they’d never seen before.

Crystal Landscapes offered an intimate look into the microscopic kaleidoscope of crystals, and art inspired by the Psyche space voyage let guests’ imaginations soar.

MOXI exhibit staff fabricated two new exhibits; both the Building Brick walls and the MOXI Arcade provided familiar STEAM play in a new way. Virtual Reality offered two distinct programs, The Night Café, which allowed guests to walk inside a Vincent Van Gogh painting, and Anandala, which transported users into a whole new world of imagination.

The Night Café VR Experience was generously presented by Kim L. Hunter + Paulo P. Lima, Ph.D.

Climate Change Challenge

Running from Earth Day through the summer of 2022, MOXI challenged the next generation to think like scientists to help battle climate change through a series of exhibits and programs.

“It is MOXI's vision to inspire the next generation of creative problem solvers to take on big challenges like climate change. We are happy to do all we can to lead on this important issue.”

Robin GosePresident + CEO, MOXI


The Handprint Globe became the Climate Change Globe, giving guests a real-time visual reference for changing conditions around the world as they entered the museum. The Innovation Wall showcased Santa Barbara’s Clean Energy programs and EV Match. The Innovation Workshop offered a variety of activities and design challenges with themes: Innovating for Earth, D.I.Why? and

Guest artist and collaborator, Calder Kamin

MOXI’s Bridge gallery featured the whimsically remixed refuse artwork of Calder Kamin, and “SuperArtificial” makerspace, which offered additional real estate and materials so guests could create and add to an upcycled garden.

Collaboration across the county

The Environmental Alliance of Santa Barbara County Museums’ inaugural project was a first-of-its-kind collaboration focused on raising awareness of environmental issues, “Impact: Climate Change & the Urgency of Now.” This multidisciplinary project saw exhibits at each of the Alliance members showcasing their variation on the theme.

“We are 14 institutions with one shared vision. We believe that our collaborative work will inform and engage the public while being a force for positive change.”

Steve WindhagerExecutive Director, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden

We are grateful to our Climate Change Challenge partners:
The Climate Change Challenge presented by SONOS.
Thank you to additional sponsors and partners: Bank of America, Cox Communications, Schlinger Family Foundation, Southern California Gas Company, The Environmental Alliance of SB Museums, and Art From Scrap.

Green Business Innovators

MOXI earned the Green Business Certification at the Innovator level.

MOXI’s beautifully-designed sandcastle-inspired building is LEED Gold Certified – which means the innovative design already addressed carbon, energy, water, waste, and indoor environmental quality. Earning the Green Business Innovator certification meant tackling internal operations including alternative transportation and power-saving measures. Certified Green Business Innovators have met the highest verifiable standards of sustainability set by the California Green Business Network by going above and beyond the basic requirements of Green Business certification.

“MOXI is a leader in science education, and an important part of our community. They set an excellent example by making sustainability an integral part of their operations.”

Frances Gilliland, Program Director of the Green Business Program of Santa Barbara County

Programs + Learning

Goal: Develop informal learning programs to expand breadth and depth of learning opportunities.

Why should kids have all the fun?

Afterparty and Happy Hour offer a mature museum experience, giving MOXI’s 21+ crowd a chance to enjoy the museum with no kids in sight.

Quarterly Happy Hour events offered a chance to stroll the floors and engage with the exhibits without having to share with a grade-schooler. The Innovation Workshop was open too, welcoming adults with project starters ranging from simple origami to hammered nail art and glass etching.

Afterparty: Camp MOXI, channeled the joys of summer and a chance to relive all the fun of camp. Beer and barbecue fueled guests as they took on challenges including inflatable archery, tent building and rowing races, screen printing, and, most popular, hiking up to the rooftop for a DJ set with Dante Elephante to enjoy the best views in the city.


MOXI empowers kids–and the kid in all of us­–to solve our greatest challenges and prepare for the world of tomorrow.

Learning from Early Learners

Toddler Tuesday finds valuable partners with SB Public Library and UCSB Child Studies Lab

Public programs including MOXI camp and Toddler Tuesday are evolving and finding new ways to serve the community. SB Public Library’s Stay and Play program sent over their Library on the Go van on the first Tuesday of each month for storytime based on a STEAM theme. They also provided reading lists, and educational activities for our tiny tinkerers.

UCSB’s Child Studies Lab conducted research games to help scientists understand how children learn. These studies used a Living Labs model where researchers tested children on the floor of the museum. Families were invited to engage with the researchers and learn about the process of developmental science.


Camp programs continue to grow in year five by expanding the definition of what STEAM learning can be.

MOXI Camps engage in a broad understanding of STEAM that includes filming, storyboarding, crafting, and hands-on making activities in addition to more conventional engineering activities that focus on building or design. Camp staff provide many creative avenues into STEM with a variety of activities and fun themes. From the “MOXI Academy of Wonder and Wizardry,” which offers a peek into the science of Harry Potter, to “Carnival Arcade,” which provides a clever access point to coding activities by building analog arcade games.


Happy Campers


Different STEAM Themes

My daughter had a wonderful time at camp. The experience of teaming up with the other kids and working on a project together was amazing.

Camp Parent

My daughter attended the Story Maker camp and loved every minute of her experience.

Camp Parent

It was refreshing to see that the kids are thinking for themselves & engaging in the learning process.

Camp Parent

Active Collaboration
with Local Schools

Goal: Be a valuable educational resource and provide equitable access to STEAM learning opportunities.

New afterschool
program brings MOXI
out of the museum.

During the 2022-23 academic year, MOXI’s pilot afterschool program offered students a chance to build the skills needed to succeed in STEAM careers through play-based activities focused on creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, and collaboration.

MOXI staff facilitated open-ended design challenges to fifth and sixth graders enrolled in afterschool programs in the Santa Barbara Unified and Goleta Union School Districts. Each participant got to wrap up their six-week session with a field trip to MOXI and free admission passes to take home, in hopes that the positive afterschool experience will encourage them to visit the museum again with their families.

Thanks to the George Ben Page Foundation, Henry Peterson Foundation, McAlister Foundation, Henry + Nanette Nevins Family, and Williams-Corbett Foundation for their support of the pilot program.

MOXI afterschool program Phase 1:


Students in




Total Student-Hours of Programming.

Afterschool Program Themes Connected To The Museum:

1. Technology

2. Wind Tunnels + Rockets

3. Race Car Design

4. Construction

5. Sound + Movement

The students in A-OK definitely enjoyed having MOXI on-site with activities that they would later see on their field trip to the museum. We saw students thinking out of the box with many of the activities; the marble run was a huge hit.

Nancy Martinez, A-OK Program Supervisor

Community +
Industry Partnerships

Goal: Strengthen community and industry partnerships to extend reach and elevate profile of MOXI.

Blippi plays at MOXI

Inspiring new learners near and far with the YouTube Superstar

How high can Blippi jump?! First he needs to learn about gravity to jump as high as he can! Where better to learn than at the MOXI, The Wolf Museum of Exploration and Innovation?

In January 2022 MOXI welcomed Blippi and the Moonbug film crew to record the bespectacled YouTube host kicking up his blue and orange sneakers to dance his way through each exhibit. These popular videos on Blippi’s You-Tube channel (Over 17 million subscribers and 600 videos) feature Blippi making a rubber band car in the Innovation Workshop, exploring sound at the Giant Guitar, leaping in Hang Time, and continue to be remixed and shared on their social channels.


Do you like science? And learning? Today is gonna be fun then!



We are playful. We are collaborative. We are experimenters – we take risks and embrace failure. We believe diversity is critical to creativity.

Who You Should Know

MOXI’s success in fulfilling our mission to ignite learning through interactive experiences in science and creativity is possible thanks to the commitment and creativity of our community and industry partners. 

MOXI(e)2022 Honorees, Ed + Sue Birch

Suzanne “Sue” Birch and Edward “Ed” Birch, President & CEO of the Mosher Foundation, are perfect examples of the type of innovation, inspiration, and imagination that drives everything we do at MOXI. Through their decades of visionary leadership and philanthropy, the Birches have made a profound difference in education at all levels of learning in our community.

Jill Levinson – MOXI’s first board member emeritus

MOXI honors Jill Levinson as the first emeritus board member in honor of her tremendous service. Jill has created a legacy that will last for years and that we hope will inspire many to follow in her footsteps.

“I’m honored to be part of the MOXI team and this wonderful philanthropic community. MOXI has far exceeded our expectations in delivering innovative, hands-on science education to all members of our community, and it has limitless possibilities to grow in the coming decades.”

Jill Levinson, board member emeritus

Signature Events

Parties with a Purpose. These events ensure MOXI can continue offering STEAM educational opportunities to all in our community.

The Power of MOXI Spring Luncheon

An inspiring and informative afternoon in support of MOXI’s STEAM learning experiences

MOXI’s President + CEO, Dr. Robin Gose and special guest speaker, Jenny Du, Senior Vice President of Operations at Apeel gave moving speeches about the value of STEAM education in the careers of the future. The 2022 MOXI(e) Award was awarded to Ed and Sue Birch in recognition of their service to MOXI.


Raised for MOXI’s Education Fund


An Evening of Science Under the Stars

Astronaut Danny Olivas and NASA Engineer Kendra Short joined Robin Gose for a stimulating fireside discussion around space exploration. This stellar evening helped inspire support for all the future innovators, explorers, critical thinkers, and creative problem solvers who walk into MOXI every day.


Raised For Outreach Programs, STEAM Education and Accessibility Programs


In the first full year open since pandemic-era closures, operating revenue in 2022 was boosted by a healthy recovery in admission, membership, and facility rental revenue. These diverse revenue streams were amplified by generous support from our donors which allowed us to end the year in a strong financial position, while setting a solid foundation for exciting new capital investments.

Post-pandemic Recovery Milestones


Increase in Admission Revenue


Increase in Membership Revenue


Increase in Facility Rental Income Over 2021


Exhibit Refresh Investment


Total Operating Revenue: $3,625,152


Total Operating Expenses: $3,300,435

Our Partners

Annual Giving


The Smidt Family Foundation
The Wood-Claeyssens Foundation

$50,000 - $99,999

Davies Charitable Trust
Google for Nonprofits I
Henry + Nanette Nevins Family
The Mericos Foundation

$25,000 - $49,999

Leanne Schlinger
Bank of America
Marcia + John Mike Cohen CC
Lily Hahn, Lucky One Foundation CC
Henry Peterson Foundation
Kay McMillan

Muller Family
Rosalyn Rosenthal
The Wolf Family Foundation

$10,000 - $24,999

Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation
Anchor Point IT Solutions I
Lynda Fairly CC
Julianna + Tom Dain
Hahn Family, Little One Foundation
Harold McAlister Charitable Foundation
Hazen Family Foundation
John C. Mithun Foundation
Jurkowitz Family
Lampson Team at Homeowner’s Financial Group
Levinson Family CC

Alixe + Mark Mattingly CC
Sue + Bill McKinley
Susan McMillan
Montecito Bank & Trust
Jackie + Jeff Schaffer CC
Schlinger Chrisman Foundation
Sheldon Family CC
Southern California Edison
Volentine Family Foundation
Williams-Corbett Foundation
Zegar Family Fund

$5,000 - $9,999

Ann Jackson Family Foundation
Susie + Riley Bechtel
Tracy + Michael Bollag
Jill + Chad Chase CC
Crane Country Day School
David Bermant Foundation
Deckers Brands
Lisa + Mitchell Green
Andrea + Richard Hutton CC
Hutton Parker Foundation
Melinda Goodman Kemp + Robert Kemp

Lewis A. Kingsley Foundation
Lillian Lovelace
Mithun Family Foundation
Mosher Foundation
Santa Barbara Foundation
Sheila M. Stone CC
The June G. Outhwaite Charitable Trust
The Towbes Foundation
Pat + Dave Tisdale
Union Bank
Sue + David Viniar
Laura + Geof Wyatt

$2,500 -$4,999

AB Design Studio Inc
Almeroth Family CC
Andelman Family
Justin + Jamie Anderson
Donna Barranco Fisher + Dr. Robert J. Kammer
Captrust Community Foundation
Louise + Tim Casey
Naomi Dewey CC
ExxonMobil Foundation
Fess Parker Winery I
George B. Page Foundation
Robin Gose + Chris Mosier CC
Greene Family Foundation
Daniel + Mandy Hochman
Andreana + Marc Jones
Kaiser Family
Kopf Family

Morgan Stanley
Muzzy Family CC
Jamie + Andrew Nash
Deji Olukotun + Carolynn Johnson CC
Robinson Foundation
Yvonne Rochon + David Kramp
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
Elisabeth Schreiber and Steve Wolff
Missy + Chuck Sheldon
Roxanna + Randall Solakian
Ben Sprague
Marc + Elisa Stad
The Janet Langdon Handtmann Family Foundation
Carrie Towbes + John Lewis
Alison + Lyle Turner
Tziouvaras Family
Jill + Andrew Winchester CC
Crystal + Cliff Wyatt

$1,000 - $2,499

Amanda + Simon Allen CC
American Riviera Bank
Amgen Foundation
Jill + Corey Anderson
Kim Marie Atwater
James Gordon Auchincloss + Belita Ong
Leslie + Philip Bernstein
Ed + Sue Birch
Kristen + Thomas Blabey CC
Carol + Alan Brumberger
Mary + Scott Claassen
Jim Crook
Deborah David
Flair Project I
G.A. Fowler Family Foundation
Louise Gainey CC
Jill Geldbach + Augustin Peytchinov
Goleta Valley Library
Amy + Steven Hammer
HUB International
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Jump on the School Bus I
Amber Kaplan CC

Marsha Kotlyar
John + Angela Krablin
Mieko Kusano + Robert Lambourne CC
Joel + Doreen Ladin
Chris Lancashire
Matthew Lloyd + Nini Muñoz
Lumen Wines I
Lorraine McDonnell + Stephen Weatherford
Diane + Douglas Morgan
Reiter Family
Susan + John Renehan CC
Clark + Ann Rucker I
Ginger Salazar + Brett Matthews
David Shrontz
Jessica + Andres Sierra
Anne Smith Towbes
Deanna Solakian Williams + Brett Williams
Janis + Bill Spracher
Casey + Trent Summar CC
The Riviera Ridge School
Ventura Rental Party & Events
Amy Wendel + Daniel Meisel
Angela Wick

$500 - $999

Ioan Allen
Wendy + Larry Barels
Marjorie Allen Bergman
Stephen + Maria Black
Polly + Geoff Bloomingdale
Roy Bryan
Bill Burke + NancyBell Coe
Hannah Buschbom
Kathy + Steve Carmel
Cedars of Lebanon Foundation
Robin + Jim Conerly
Lauren Contreras
Emmons Family
Figueroa Mountain Brew Co I
Carolyn + Andrew Fitzgerald
Andrea Gabbay
Gallagher Family
Goleta Red Distilling Company I
Mary E. Gore
Susan Grant
John and Karen Greathouse
Ruth + David Green
Hixon Family
Susan + Steve Holloway
Humanist Society of Santa Barbara
Margaret + Barry Kemp
Nancy Leffert, Ph.D.
Kristin Linehan
Kasey Lundquist Reiter + Garland Reiter
Anne Luther

Sandra Lynne
Pat McElroy + Bonnie Kerwin
Kirsten + Chase McLaughlin
Isabelle Meyer Stapf + Emmanuel Stapf
Sara Miller McCune
Eileen + Bill Nasif
Newton Family
Nancy + Douglas Norberg
Gretchen + Jack Norqual
Patagonia, Inc.
Marla + Lee Phillips
Plains All American Pipeline
Alma Powell
Rori’s Artisanal Creamery
Barbara + Edwin Rosenblatt
Carol Sacks + Matthew Stotts
Santa Barbara County Vintners Association I
Satellite Santa Barbara I
Stephen Schaible
Maryan + Dick* Schall
Shalhoob Meat Co Inc I
Sonos I
Katherine + Christopher Thrash
Georgette Topakas-Hicks
Evan Turpin
Marilyn Weixel
Lisa + David Wolf
Deann + Milton Zampelli
Peter, Cheryl + Anne Ziegler

$250 - $499

Rachelle Barnier
Lina Beltran
Julie Blair I
Tracy Blois
Marybeth Carty
Patricia Chavez Nuñez
Susan + Jon Clark
Jill + Sam Ellis
Firestone Walker Brewing Company I
Gates Foundation
Diane + Mike Giles
Yvette + Jeff Giller
Jenny Kearns
John + Angela Krablin

David + Liz de L’Arbre
Gwyn Lurie + Les Firestein
MadeWest Brewing Company I
Martian Ranch & Vineyard I
Nancy + Mike Martz
Lizzie + Brent Peus
Bill + Victoria Strong
Vivienne Leebosh
Jessica + Alex Truitt
Alison Werts
Michelle + Stewart White
Diana Wolf + Patrick McKenna
Steve + Debbie Woodward

Honorary + In Memoriam

  • In Honor of Amanda Allen
    Marie Atwater, Sheila Aron
  • In Honor of Josh Blumer and Clay Aurell
    River + Rain Peytchinoff
  • In Memory of Conrad Cawthon
    Suzy Cawthon
  • In Honor of Jill Chase
    Crystal + Cliff Wyatt
  • In Honor of Marcia Cohen
    Patricia Chavez Nunez, Nancy Leffert, Ph.D., Isabelle Meyer Stapf + Emmanuel Stapf
  • In Memory of John Coppejans
    Humanist Society of Santa Barbara
  • In Memory of Bruce Corwin
    Gwyn Lurie
  • In Honor of Dahlia + Dylan
    Angie Bertucci + David M. Mendoza
  • In Honor of Kaia Jerkorich and Lucia Jerkorich
    Rachelle Barnier / Lifework Solutions Inc.
  • In Honor of Glen Laningham, Jr.
    Andrea Gabbay
  • In Memory of Julie Main
    Diane Baskin + Jim Freeman
  • In Honor of Alixe Mattingly
  • In Honor of Bob and Margie Niehaus
    Tim + Loretta Martin
  • In Memory of Julian Nott
    Anne Luther
  • In Honor of Susan Renehan
    Lucy Renehan
  • In Memory of Paul Selwyn
    Andrew Berlinberg, Tracy Bollag, Jane + Eddie Lorin, Barbara + Edwin Rosenblatt, Alix Seeple, Nathaniel + Andrea Singer, Crystal + Cliff Wyatt
  • In Honor of Amber Sprague
    Tracy Blois
  • In Memory of Michael Towbes
    Carrie Towbes + John Lewis
  • In Honor of Dick Wolf
    Adrian Bassuk

Lifetime Giving

$1,000,000 +

Dancing Tides Foundation
Jurkowitz Family
Levinson Family
Kay McMillan
Roberto Foundation
The Wolf Family Foundation
The Wood-Claeyssens Foundation

$500,000 - $999,999

Carsey Family Foundation
Hagerman Family
Highland Santa Barbara Foundation Inc.
Mosher Foundation
Missy + Chuck Sheldon
Sheldon Family
The Hearst Foundations
The Simms/Mann Family Foundation
Towbes Family
Zegar Family Foundation

$100,000 - $499,999

Almeroth Family
Ann Jackson Family Foundation
Sarah + Christopher Blanc
Ella + Scott Brittingham, The Otis Booth Foundation
Change Happens Foundation
Marcia + John Mike Cohen
Constance Family, WWW Foundation
Cox Communications
Craig and Susan McCaw Foundation
David Bermant Foundation
Davies Charitable Trust
Firework Foundation
Gabler Family
Melinda Goodman Kemp + Robert Kemp
Google for Nonprofits
Lois + Richard Gunther
Hahn Family, Little One Foundation
Harold McAlister Charitable Foundation
Judy + Jeff Henley
Henry Peterson Foundation
Daniel + Mandy Hochman
Cyndee Howard

Hutton Parker Foundation
Jeff + Hollye Jacobs Family
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Susan McMillan
Mercedes Millington + Jack Mithun
Monica + Timothy Babich Family Foundation
Montecito Bank & Trust
Muzzy Family
Henry + Nanette Nevins Family
Rosalyn Rosenthal
Sangham Foundation
Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
Leanne Schlinger
Orfalea Foundation
Schlinger Chrisman Foundation
Southern California Edison
The Mericos Foundation
The Smidt Family Foundation
David Tisdale
Volentine Family Foundation
Walter J. & Holly O. Thomson Foundation

$25,000 - $99,999

Alice Tweed Tuohy Foundation
Anchor Point IT Solutions I
Bank of America
Bartlett, Pringle & Wolf
Susie + Riley Bechtel
Arlene + Barrie Bergman
Berti Family
Bialis Family Foundation
Jill + Chad Chase
Cottage Children’s Medical Center
Julianna + Tom Dain
Damitz, Brooks, Nightingale, Turner & Morrisset
Deckers Brands
Dagny + Jim Dehlsen
Dreier Family
Bob Duggan
Energy Partners Fund
Lynda Fairly
Lily Hahn, Lucky One Foundation
Misty + Michael Hammer
Hazen Family Foundation
Jennifer + Sean Hecht
Kielle + John Horton
Andrea + Richard Hutton
Islay Events I
J.P. Morgan Chase
Masha + Kevin Keating

Kind World Foundation
Lewis A. Kingsley Foundation
Louise Gainey
Lillian Lovelace
Lucky One Foundation
Lyons Family
Alixe + Mark Mattingly
Sue + Bill McKinley
Barbra Mousouris
Melissa + Stephen Murdoch
Pieramici Family
Ragan Family
Rusty’s Pizza Parlors, Inc.
Santa Barbara Foundation
Sea Forward Fund
Gary Simpson, Santa Barbara Home Improvement Center
The June G. Outhwaite Charitable Trust
The Towbes Foundation
Carrie Towbes + John Lewis
Alison + Lyle Turner
Union Bank
Sue + David Viniar
Walters Family Foundation
Lynda Weinman + Bruce Heavin
Janet Whalen + Robert Postma
Williams-Corbett Foundation
Laura + Geof Wyatt
Zegar Family Fund

$10,000 - $24,999

Aera Energy, LLC
Anna Getty
Armstrong Associates, Inc.
Margo + Jeff Barbakow
Bardakos-Riley Family
Bella Vista Designs Inc I
Kara + Christopher Bellamy
Ashley Nichols Blevins
Polly + Geoff Bloomingdale
Tracy + Michael Bollag
Louise + David Borgatello
Judy + Mario Borgatello and Louise + David Borgatello
CA Retina Consultants and Research Foundation
Annette + Richard Caleel
Louise + Tim Casey
Virginia Castagnola-Hunter
Coe Family Fund
Conway Family Wines – Deep Sea I
Corwin Family + Metropolitan Theatres
Creative Services Catering I
Cutler’s Artisan Spirits I
Deanna + James G.P.* Dehlsen
White & Grube Orthodontics
Katy + Dr. Ernest* Drew
Christine + Reece Duca
Duo Events I
Egenolf Family
ExxonMobil Foundation
Ivana + Andrew Firestone
Linda + James Ginsburg
Greene Family Foundation
Emily + Scott Hadley
Misty + Michael Hammer
Harcourt Family
Hinkley Family
Christine + Michael Holland
Melissa + Ralph Iannelli
Iannelli Family
Rebecca + John Ingram
Jewish Communal Fund

Kopf Family
Julia + Frank Ladner
Julie Ladner
Lakas Shimizu Philanthropy Fund
Lampson Team at Homeowner’s Financial Group
Kristin + William Loomis
MacDonald Family Foundation
Katherine + Judd Malkin
Martin/Vella Family
Diane + Douglas Morgan
Morouse Family
Zoe + Trevor Morris
Margie + Bob Niehaus
Belita Ong + Gordon Auchincloss
Paskin Family
Presidio Tile & Stone
Susannah E. Rake
Lady Leslie Ridley-Tree*
Pamela + Dr. Timothy Rodgers
Roger S. Firestone Foundation
Kyra + Tony Rogers
Ruby & Rochon Pediatric Dental, Inc.
Jackie + Jeff Schaffer
Maryan Schall
Elisabeth Schreiber and Steve Wolff
Jasminka + Dick Shaikewitz
Bui + Herb Simon
Simply Cocktails I
Roxanna + Randall Solakian
Southern California Gas Company
Judith + Jack Stapelman
Katherine + Matthew Stewart
Fiona Stone
United Way of Santa Barbara County
Valleycrest Productions LTD.
Ventura Rental Party & Events
Kathy + Bill Weber
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
Wilkie Brothers Foundation
Crystal + Cliff Wyatt

This icon recognizes Members of the Catalyst Club, donors who have made a three-year commitment to support MOXI with an annual gift of $1,000 or more.
Indicates in-kind gift.
Indicates donor is deceased

Cox is proud to be a founding sponsor of MOXI, providing critical (and fun!) STEAM opportunities and inspiring future careers and opportunities for kids across our community.

Kirsten McLaughlinCOX, Market Vice President, Santa Barbara

It is our privilege and duty to support our community and MOXI is one place in town that truly welcomes all. I personally learned the impact such a museum can make on a child, and want to share the accessibility of knowledge to all.

Austin LampsonBranch Manager, Licensed Mortgage Professional, Homeowners Financial Group

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Although we have made every effort to correctly list and recognize all of our donors, we sincerely apologize for any inadvertent errors or omissions. Please contact with any comments or corrections.