New Board Member at Santa Barbara Maritime Museum

Chuck Wilson received a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Administration and Planning from USC in 1985. He continued on at USC and received a dual Masters degree in Public Administration and Planning in 1988.
He has 28 years Planning experience, worked for the City of Mission Viejo for 25 years, with the last 13 years as their Director of Community Development and spent several years as a planner for the City of Hawthorne.
Mr. Wilson served for three years on the Board of Directors of the Planning Directors Association of Orange County, and was President in 2006.
He has a black belt in Kenpo karate and probably would be teaching karate if he wasn’t a director. His favorite leadership book is “Deliberate Success” by Eric Allenbaugh, Ph.D.
The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum is the home of the First-Order Fresnel Lens from Point Conception Lighthouse.
The 7,825 square-foot Santa Barbara Maritime Museum, located at the Santa Barbara Harbor, opened to the public in July 2000. Today, the museum is a vital part of the community, offering educational programs, interactive displays, and both temporary and permanent exhibits, attracting thousands of visitors each year. To date, more than 81,000 schoolchildren from 140 area schools have participated in the Maritime Museum’s educational programs.
The Santa Barbara Maritime Museum is located at 113 Harbor Way, Suite 190, Santa Barbara, California 93109. Please visit for more details.


Greg Gorga (805) 962-8404 x103

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