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President and Chief Executive Officer by the Board of Trustees in 2008. He directs the Museum’s strategic planning and operations and is responsible for leading the Museum toward its goal of being the world’s leading institution capturing the history of computing and its ongoing impact on society. Since joining the Museum, Hollar has led the development and execution of a new strategic plan that has produced significant growth in the Museum and its mission. The centerpiece is “Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing,” scheduled to open in late 2010. “Revolution” is a multi-platform history experience that will feature the Museum’s largest-ever exhibition. It also is producing major growth of www.computerhistory.org into the one of the world’s leading Internet sites on computing and computer history. Read more about this new exhibition at Hollar's blog: "Making a 21st Century Museum."
Noted For:CEO, Computer History Museum
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