The Tesla Memorial Society is the oldest
U.S. based international organization in continuous operation honoring and
perpetuating the memory and ideals of the great electrical scientist and
inventor, Nikola Tesla. The Society supports various cultural activities,
participates in appropriate academic conferences and provides a source for an
accurate representation of Nikola Tesla for the media. The Society is a
non-political, non-profit, all volunteer membership organization founded in
1979, incorporated in 1980, operating under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal
| EXECUTIVE BOARD:
Anderson. Author and/or editor of a definitive series of books dealing with
Tesla's original technology and patents; author of many Tesla-related
monographs; Tesla activist for over 50 years, and has assembled the largest
collection of Tesla memorabilia in private hands.
Brand. Attorney specializing in electric power matters, and author of many
articles on advances in electric power technology.
Cheney. Author and biographer whose works include Tesla: Man Out Of Time
(1981) and Tesla, Master Of Lightning (coauthor, 1999).
Dr. James F.
Corum. Physicist, professor, lecturer and author of many scientific and
popular articles on aspects of Tesla technology.
Dr. Momcilo M.
Gavrilovic. Research engineer, educator, author of numerous publications on
electric power systems, robotics and control engineering and Tesla
Maria Godfors. Business executive and former banking
Paul Kosanovich. Tesla activist and son of the late
Nicholas Kosanovich, cofounder (1979) and original Society Executive Secretary
of the Tesla Memorial Society, Inc.
Philip Momchilovich. Tesla
activist and Director of the Pro Musica Society, Washington,
Charlotte Muzar. Secretary (in New York in 1943 at the time
of Tesla's passing) to Tesla's nephew, Dr. Sava Kosanovic, participated in
inventory of Tesla's Hotel New Yorker safe and in Tesla's State Funeral,
administered Tesla property in the U.S. before shipment to Tesla Museum, and
was bearer of Tesla's ashes to Belgrade, (1957).
Peterson. CEO, Tesla Wardenclyffe Project; Director of Engineering, Summit
Public Radio and TV; Owner/Operator, Twenty First Century Books, a distributor
of Tesla-related publications.
Momcilo Simic. Society European
Correspondent, broadcasting technical executive and representative to the
International Telecommunication Union and European Broadcasting Union and
campaigner for annual international recognition of Tesla's seminal radio
William H. Terbo. Society Chairman of the Executive Board
and Executive Secretary, engineer, telecommunications executive, grandnephew of
Nikola Tesla and frequent lecturer on Tesla's personality and
John W. Wagner. Educator and originator and sponsor
of grass roots fund raising activity that has, to date, placed Tesla busts at
ten leading American Universities.
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