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Stewart Bailey


Appointed curator of the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum in May 2008, Mr. Bailey has more than 20 years of experience working in the museum industry.  Before taking over the curatorial position at Evergreen, he served as the education director for the Kalamazoo Aviation History Museum from 2003 to 2008, and prior to that, was the executive director of the Michigan Space & Science Center for more than seven years.  He started his museum career as the exhibits graphic designer for the Cranbrook Institute of Science, in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.   Mr. Bailey is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Art, and has a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in graphic design.  He has written articles for a number of magazines, including Michigan Business, Air Combat, Aviation Art and Quest: The Magazine of Space History, and his photographs have appeared in numerous books and magazines.  In his off hours, his hobbies include building models, flying model rockets, astronomy and researching American Civil War ironclad warships.


Philip Jaeger

Director of Operations

A graduate of Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in maritime systems engineering, Mr. Jaeger began his management experience as an aquatic manager for the City of Corpus Christi.  During his tenure there, he taught 1,600 people of all ages how to swim.  He worked at all 10 city pools and performed as an open water lifeguard at the beaches.  Near the end of his tenure, he wrote the City Lifeguard Handbook and performed an audit on the Marina Patrol and Beach Lifeguards.  While in college, Mr. Jaeger worked as an IMAX projectionist at Moody Gardens.  After graduating college, Mr. Jaeger accepted the position of theater manager and chief projectionist.  He worked as a screening projectionist and astronaut trainer for IMAX during the making of Space Station 3D, coordinated three film festivals including the industry Giant Screen Cinema Association’s Annual Conference, redesigned and rebuilt three Ridefilm Motion Simulators, and assisted in the opening of the 4D Theater.  In 2006, Mr. Jaeger moved to Oregon to become the director of operations for the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum.  While here, the Museum has acquired 25 more aircraft and opened an IMAX 3D theater and a Space Museum.


Amy C. Quick

Director of Membership

Ms. Quick is the director of membership for the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum. She has served in this position since September 2009 and was previously an intern in the Museum’s finance department. Ms. Quick has 14 years of experience in the travel and tourism industry, mostly as a corporate travel consultant. She has supported the travel departments for many large organizations, including: American Express, Travizon, Novellus Systems and Con-way Freight. Ms. Quick has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Warner Pacific College and a Masters of Business Administration from George Fox University. Ms. Quick was born and raised on the southern Oregon Coast, and currently resides in Dundee, Ore. Go Ducks!


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