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Ms. Chrissy Miner wears many hats in the middle Georgia community.  She currently serves as the President/CEO of the 21st Century  Partnership and the Museum of Aviation Foundation. She is also a  reservist in the U.S. Air Force Reserve.

At the Partnership, she is responsible for the planning and execution of strategies required to enhance the military value of both Robins Air Force Base and the middle Georgia community. She works closely with community leaders, legislators and senior military officials to make middle Georgia as conducive as possible to build on current missions and accept new missions; thereby enhancing the 70-plus year partnership between the base and community.

As the President/CEO of the Museum of Aviation Foundation, She is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Museum of Aviation at Robins Air Force Base – the 2nd largest Air Force museum in the nation. She leads all fundraising efforts and a staff of 34 team members in overseeing Science Technology Engineering and Math (S.T.E.M.) educational programs to more than 52K students and  teachers annually in the National STEM Academy ™, coffee and gift shop retail operations, facility and event management services, special events management, marketing and public relations as well as        information technology under a combined operating budget of more than $4.4 Million annually.

Finally, she continues to serve as a part-time Public Affairs Officer in the U.S. Air Force Reserve after more than two decades wearing the uniform.  Prior to joining the museum, she was the Chief Operating Officer for the 21st Century Partnership. She has also worked for the Department of the Air Force as the Chief of Media Operations and the primary spokesperson for Robins Air Force Base. She is a graduate of the University of Georgia Fanning Institute’s Middle Georgia Regional Leadership Champions program, the Georgia Academy for Economic Development and the Robins Regional Chamber of   

Commerce’s Leadership Robins Region program. She serves as an   appointed member of the Middle Georgia State University President’s Advisory Council, and is also an active board member of the FireStarter Fab lab and the Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce.

Ms. Miner graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business and Information Technology from Columbia College and earned a  Master of Science degree in Management with a concentration in  Public Affairs from the University of Maryland University College. 

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uniforms and more. It is because of the  generosity of our community supporters that the amazing benefits of Scouting are

possible in central Georgia.