Al Ramsay - New Docent at Burke Museum

Marketing Team - Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Al Ramsay, Market Operations Manager for Western Integrated Systems, was recently selected as a Docent by the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle WA. This continues the long legacy and track record of public service and community support embraced by Western Integrated Systems as one of our key cultural and business drivers.

The Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture is located on the campus of the University of Washington and is Washington State’s oldest museum and was founded in 1885. Al will specifically focus on scout education programs and merit badge activities, including geology, life sciences, anthropology, archeology, and other program areas which relate to scout advancement.

According to Cassandra Sandkam, Docent Manager at the Burke Museum, "Al was selected to be an on-going Docent at the University of Washington Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture, due to his commitment level to the scouting organization and their merit badge training programs and because of his other Docent work with the Woodland Park Zoo, Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, and The Museum of Flight. Al will make an excellent addition to the Docent team because of his passion for education, youth development, and community service, so we welcome Al as a permanent Docent to the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture".

All partners, customers, and prospects are encouraged to contact Al Ramsay for a tour of the Burke Museum and a review of the artifacts contained at the facility in Seattle.  

Al Ramsay
Market Operations Manager
425 681 4689 


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