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President and CEOkamstutz@indianahumanities.org
The former public servant who bridges communities, cultures & creatives to bring the public humanities to life.
A lawyer with experience in public policy and fund development, Keira is passionate about developing creative humanities programming that encourages Hoosiers to think, read, talk and connect.
Director of Grantsghanlin@indianahumanities.org
A civic booster who loves to help others tell the story of our state.
George serves as Indiana Humanities’ director of grants, helping to connect organizations across Indiana with funding for public humanities programs such as workshops, lectures, exhibits and reading programs.
Director of Programs and Community Engagementlnahmias@indianahumanities.org
A prodigal Hoosier who likes to get people talking about important ideas.
In her role as director of programs and community engagement, Leah plans a broad array of programming, including events tied to the current Quantum Leap theme.
Executive Assistant & Program Associatebfetters@indianahumanities.org
An enthusiastic learner who enjoys reading, writing, talking and organizing.
Bronwen manages general operations across the office and provides help with the administration and development of Indiana Humanities programming. She also oversees patron communications and book shipments for Novel Conversations, our statewide lending library.
Events and Communications Associatecmauschbaugh@indianahumanities.org
A naturalized Hoosier who is passionate about facilitating meaningful conversations in fun and unique environments.
Claire organizes logistics and event details for a wide range of programs. She also assists in the promotion of our programs through social media.
We’re looking for someone to help plan and implement events related to our statewide read of Frankenstein in 2017 and 2018, including our weekend retreat focused on the classic novel and an Indiana Sci-Fi & Horror Writers Festival. This position is funded in part by a National Endowment for the Humanities “position in public humanities” grant, the goal of which is to invigorate the interpretation of the humanities in cultural organizations by placing recent graduates of humanities PhD and/or public history/museum studies MA students in entry level positions with leading public humanities organizations. Read the full job description. Applications are due Sept. 22, 2017.
Indiana Humanities typically hires an intern for the spring, summer and fall. The fall internship period has closed; check back soon for information about our spring internship and contact Kristen Fuhs Wells, director of communications and development, at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.