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Kimberly Simmons Champions Efforts to Make Detroit River a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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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...


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