Press Room
20
October
2011

Thomas D. Snowberger Named to COSI’s Board of Trustees

(Columbus) – Thomas (Tom) D. Snowberger has been named to COSI’s (The Center of Science and Industry) board of trustees. Mr. Snowberger is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Battelle and resides in Bexley.

Mr. Snowberger brings a wealth of knowledge of engaging people and managing talent in the corporate setting. Mr. Snowberger previously served as Senior Vice President of DHL Holdings (U.S.A), Inc. He joined Battelle in 2009. Prior to DHL, Mr. Snowberger served as Senior Vice President for University Hospitals System in Cleveland Ohio and had been promoted to expatriate assignments at E.ON AG’s Academy in Dusseldorf, Germany and its Scandinavian Operations in Malmo, Sweden.

Mr. Snowberger holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from the University of Iowa where he was a scholarship baseball player before being drafted by Major League Baseball’s Detroit Tigers.

The volunteer Board of Trustees provides dedicated leadership and support, enabling COSI to engage with more than one million individuals every year both on-site and off-site. There are 12 people on the board.

COSI, the Center of Science and Industry located in Columbus, Ohio, is one of the most respected science centers in the nation - serving more than 20 million visitors since 1964. Parents Magazine named COSI the #1 Science Center for families in the country. COSI’s programs and world-class experiences inspire an interest in science encourage people to want to learn more about their world. Read more at cosi.org.

Thomas (Tom) D. Snowberger has been named to COSI’s (The Center of Science and Industry) board of trustees. Mr. Snowberger is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources at Battelle and resides in Bexley.

Author; Jaclyn Reynolds

About the Author

Jaclyn Reynolds

Jaclyn Reynolds is the Public Relations and Social Media Manager for COSI. She has worked in communications and PR for more than 15 years. She has worked as a TV news producer in cable news and as a public information officer and communications specialist in state government.