Auxiliary Groups

The vision of The Auxiliary Groups is to develop deep, personal and enduring relationships with current and future Museum supporters. Auxiliary Groups unite individuals according to personal interest or affinity and provide unique opportunities to discover, serve, and financially support the institution in ways that are personally meaningful and tangible. We currently have four active auxiliary groups: Anthropology Alliance, Council on Africa, Field Associates, and President's Leadership Council.

Group of young professionals pose together, overlooking Stanley Field Hall.

The Field Associates

The Field Associates is a committed group of young professionals dedicated to engaging the next generation of civic leaders.

Members of the President's Leadership Council pose in front of SUE the T.rex.

President's Leadership Council

President's Leadership Council members leverage their professional networks and skills to support Museum initiatives and raise the profile of the Museum with new donors.

Women look at objects from the Museum's anthropological collections.

Anthropology Alliance

Join other anthropology and archaeology enthusiasts in promoting the Museum's work in anthropology research.

View of mountains in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. A small camp is just visible in the center.

Council on Africa

Learn about the natural and cultural resources of Africa and help guide ongoing research efforts by participating on the Museum's Council on Africa.