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Museum of Hidden History and the Hidden History Center Board Members

Marilyn Tenenoff, Executive Director/Treasurer

Marilyn’s qualifications include: a BA with a major in English; 7 years of experience as a secondary school teacher; 15 years of experience with traveling exhibits and in retail marketing; and 30 years of office management and bookkeeping experience, both as a business owner and an office supervisor.

David Ratcliffe, Assistant Director

Dave’s qualifications include: a BA with a major in Computer and Information Science; 15 years experience in customer service/technical and developer support; 22 years teaching piano; 7 years administrative assistance; 26 years in website design, content development and authoring; over 20 years of professional experience in project management; and 35 years of research experience.

Joseph Green, Secretary

Joseph E. Green was a member of the Coalition on Political Assassinations (COPA) until John Judge’s untimely passing in 2014, and is the author of Dissenting Views, Dissenting Views II, and The Conspiracy Fun Book. His work has appeared in Steamshovel Press, Kennedys and King (the former CTKA/Probe Magazine), WhoWhatWhy, The Constantine Report, and numerous other outlets. He also wrote the afterword for Kenn Thomas’s 2017 political study Trumpocalypse Now.

A member of the Dramatist Guild of America, Green’s plays Clowntime is Over and The Vapours have both received full productions and his play The Dull and the Damned was cited in the Paranormal Radio host Tim Beckley’s 2017 anthology The Matrix Control System of Philip K. Dick and the Paranormal Synchronicities of Timothy Green Beckley. He also served as the co-writer and co-producer of the documentary King Kill 63, starring Oliver Stone, which appeared at the 2015 Dallas International Film Festival, as well as serving as a research consultant to Randy Benson’s 2017 film The Searchers. The CEO of Say Something Real Press, he has handled the publication of The Revolution Will Include Cookies by Dr. Faith Harper and Judge for Yourself by John Judge, and looks forward to his next project, a compilation of the work of Texas-based researcher Richard Bartholomew.