US Office


NANCY BRIMHALL                      
Executive Director (US)

Brimhall, began her work in the non-profit field in Alaska where she conceived of a highly successful state-wide conference series to support artisans in the areas of law and marketing and where she subsequently was the first executive director of the Alaskan Native Arts Institute and launched its cultural arts programming.  Later in Massachusetts, Brimhall was the Executive… read more

NATALIA SIFUENTES                  
Special Projects Manager

Natalia Sifuentes brings her passion for transportation and global perspective to her role as Special Projects Manager at the Maybach Foundation. She holds a Bachelor’s in Global Studies and History from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Following graduation, Sifuentes immediately immersed herself in the nonprofit sector and gained first-hand  … read more

FLORA LÖW                 
Development and Communications Manager

Löw’s interest in museums and educational outreach drives her work as the Development and Communications Manager at the Maybach Foundation. She has experience as a program facilitator teaching art and technology skills to children and youth for the Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco, supporting the work of a Viennese art dealer with research on collectors and organizing and archiving client collections, and managing the expansion of the Vienna MAK Art Society member/donor database, communications, budgeting and financial evaluation, website maintenance and event organizing … read more

German Office

ANDREA BÖTTCHER                   
Managing Director (GER)

Andrea Böttcher has been Managing Director of the Wilhelm & Karl Maybach Foundation since April 2018 and is responsible, among other things, for planning the Maybach Museum Section in Friedrichshafenread more


Communications Manager (GER)

Eva Dohle has been a consultant for communication and projects since November 2016 and is currently on parental leave… read more

Train Project Manager (GER)

Andreas Hoffmann-Daimler is an architect and museum designer with a focus on project development. Together with Ulrich Schmid-Maybach, he laid the foundations for the concept and content of a global historical Maybach collection and designed the first project structures. He initiated the foundation of the Freundeskreis Maybach Museum e.V. together with Maria Neumann, Sigfrid Rehm and Herman Amrein. As a project manager, he is responsible for the restauration of the SVT 137 856 type Köln.

In his free time, Andreas Hoffmann-Daimler volunteers with the Freundeskreis Maybach Museum e.V. and is an active Christian in the Catholic Church and the St. Vincent Community in Ravensburg…read more

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