A Conversation with Jennifer Rupp on her New Role as President & CEO

In March 2022, Michigan Humanities’ Board of Directors announced Jennifer Rupp as our organization’s President & CEO. Rupp has been part of the Michigan Humanities team for almost five years and has served as Director of State and Federal Grants, Chief Impact...

Reflections from our Departing CEO

Michigan Humanities wanted to speak to Shelly Hendrick Kasprzycki before she leaves her post as Michigan Humanities’ CEO on September 17. We asked Shelly about her experience leading our organization, what she wanted for our future, and where our community could...

Saugatuck-Douglas, Home to LGBTQ Communities for more than 100 Years

In the Fall of 2020, the Saugatuck-Douglas History Center was awarded a Humanities grant to carry-out the project called: “Century of Progress: A Timeline of Saugatuck-Douglas LGBTQ History.” This project seeks to tell the story of the Saugatuck-Douglas...
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