About 300 Stewart Ave

ABOUT 300 STEWART AVENUE CORPORATION

Governing non-profit board comprised of key professionals & influencers in Las Vegas

(LAS VEGAS) — The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, is governed by a 501(c)3 non-profit board, the 300 Stewart Avenue Corporation. Comprised of highly respected professionals from local and state government, law enforcement, the judicial system, legal profession, media and business community, the first chair of the board was Ellen Knowlton, former FBI Special Agent in Charge, Las Vegas Division, and a 24-year FBI veteran. The current chair of the board is Jeffrey A. Silver, Esq., community leader and one of Nevada’s pre-eminent gaming law practitioners. They and many other board members have first-hand knowledge of organized crime and its impact on Las Vegas. Incorporated in 2007, the 300 Stewart Avenue Corporation gets its name from The Mob Museum’s historic address located at 300 Stewart Avenue in downtown Las Vegas. Board members have been actively engaged in the planning and development of The Museum since its inception. The Museum is located in what many consider the ultimate artifact, the former federal courthouse and United States Post Office. Completed in 1933 and listed on the Nevada and National Registers of Historic Places, it housed the very courtroom where, in 1950, one of the 27 national Kefauver hearings in 14 cities was held to expose and control organized crime in America. Meticulously rehabilitated for The Mob Museum, the building is significant not only for its neo-classical architecture reminiscent of the period in which it was built, but also for the historic events that unfolded inside of it. The Mob Museum is a $42 million construction project funded by the city of Las Vegas and nearly $9 million in historic preservation grants – including federal, state and local. A key visionary for the project and current 300 Stewart Avenue Corporation board member is former Las Vegas Mayor Oscar B. Goodman, a previous go-to defense attorney who made a name for himself representing such reputed mobsters as Meyer Lansky, Frank “Lefty” Rosenthal, and Anthony Spilotro among others.

300 Stewart Avenue Corporation Officers include:

PRESIDENT

Jeffrey A. Silver, Esq.

VICE PRESIDENT

James F. (Jim) Germain

SECRETARY

Nancy B. Rapoport

TREASURER

Edward A. Koijane

BOARD MEMBERS:

    • Honorable Richard H. Bryan
    • Paul Camacho
    • Rob Dondero
    • Jerry Epstein
    • Craig Galati
    • Carolyn Goodman (Ex-Officio), Mayor
    • Oscar B. Goodman
    • Dr. Michael Green
    • Christopher L. Kaempfer, Esq.
    • Kara Kelley
    • John H. Mowbray, Esq.
    • Valerie A. Murzl
    • Edward J. (Ted) Quirk, Esq.
    • Robert A. Stoldal
    • Cathy Tull

ADVISORY COUNCIL:

    • Amy Ayuob
    • Keith Copher
    • Alan M. Feldman
    • Former Sheriff Douglas Gillespie
    • Ellen B. Knowlton
    • Sheriff Joe Lombardo
    • Thomas M. Roche
    • Pat Skorkowsky
    • James Taylor
    • Danny L. Thompson
    • Former Sheriff Bill Young

The Mob Museum is a world-class destination in downtown Las Vegas dedicated to the thrilling story of organized crime and law enforcement. It presents an exciting and authentic view of the Mob’s impact on Las Vegas history and its unique imprint on the world. With tales so intriguing they need no embellishment, The Museum reveals an insider’s look at the events and people on both sides of this continuing battle. True stories of Mob history are brought to life in a bold and contemporary style via engaging exhibits and multi-sensory experiences. The Mob Museum puts the visitor in the middle of the action through high-tech theater presentations, iconic one-of-a-kind artifacts and interactive, themed environments. For more information, call 702-229-2734 or visit www.themobmuseum.org. Connect with us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/themobmuseum and on Twitter: @TheMobMuseum.

For More Information:

Ashley Miller, Senior Director of Marketing and Public Relations
The Mob Museum
702-724-8612
amiller@themobmuseum.org