Founded by AGMA members in 1994, the AGMA Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization which supports and strengthens education, training, and research for the gear industry.
MISSION & HISTORY
AGMA Foundation Mission
To support and strengthen education, training and research for the gear industry.
AGMA Foundation Vision
Excellence in gearing through the advancement of gear science, standards, and education.
History of the AGMA Foundation
In 1994, AGMA members established the AGMA Foundation to allow corporations and individuals to make tax-deductible contributions that advance the gear industry through research and education projects. Over the past 22 years, the Foundation has raised more than 2.5 million dollars to fulfill its mission.
Current Foundation projects include funding for:
- Education Projects
- Research Grants
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
A Board of Trustees, consisting of AGMA members, manages the Foundation’s activities and programs on a volunteer basis. Trustees are appointed to three-year terms by the Foundation Board of Trustees. The AGMA Chairman Emeritus serves on the Foundation Board as the liaison between the two Boards. The Foundation has one paid, part-time, staff person.
AGMA CHAIRMAN EMERITUS
Ancon Gear & Instrument
Jack L. Nowlin
C-B Gear & Machine
Gregory M. Schulte