480-835-2286 ext. 101
480-835-2286 ext. 100
480-835-2286 ext. 102
J. Anthony Peters
Anita Peters (Chair)
Anita was born in New Jersey, went to college in Michigan and has lived in Arizona since 1973. She has worked most of her life in the medical field and currently is a realtor for Century 21 Ahwatukee Foothills. She is the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Mesa Historical Museum and on the Board of Directors of the Mesa Hohokams.
Spencer Morgan (Vice Chair)
Spencer Morgan is a graduate of Mesa Community College (AA), ASU (BS, Economics), and Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (JD). He works with community members, students, and public officials to make higher education more accessible to Arizonans. In 2012, he was nominated to the US House of Representatives in Arizona’s 5th Congressional District. He currently serves as a member of the Office of the Executive Director for the Sonoran Desert Model United Nations Programme, which holds three conferences each year at Mesa Community College and online. Spencer recently completed a term as a Fellow for the Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations. In his limited free time, he enjoys backpacking, cooking, and cycling.
Jacob Martinez (Secretary)
Jacob is currently an undergraduate student at Arizona State University studying Political Science (BS) and Justice Studies (BS). He has lived in Mesa his entire life and graduated from Dobson High School in 2019l. He now works with local community development corporation RAIL as a Corridor Specialist whose aim it is to help small businesses and neighborhoods thrive here in Mesa.
Shelly is an almost native Arizonan, moving here at the age of ten. After graduating Westwood High School, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in History at Arizona State University where she met her husband of almost 30 years. Shelly has three adult children who all attended Mesa schools. When not working in realty and construction, she enjoys road cycling, antiquing and traveling.
Interested in being on the Mesa Historical Society Board? Please contact us for details.
The Mesa Historical Society records and tells the stories of Mesa residents, past and present. Through creative exhibitions and programming, the society educates, inspires, and engages the Mesa community in our local history and culture.
The Mesa Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization