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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 Communications and Developmentkwells@indianahumanities.org
A communicator who thrives on listening.
Kristen oversees development and communications strategies for the organization, which includes donor relations, media relations, web, social media, etc.
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 town hall meetings, workshops, lectures, exhibits, reading and discussion programs. He also manages the Novel Conversations program, which lends books to reading groups all over the state.
Director of Programs and Community Engagementlnahmias@indianahumanities.org
A prodigal Hoosier who believes the humanities can help us all think, read and talk.
In her role as director of programs and community engagement, Leah plans a broad array of programming, including events tied to the current Next Indiana theme.
Communications & Community Relations Managerjcromleigh@indianahumanities.org
A creative communications professional who finds passion in connecting people through conversation.
Jacqueline leads communications for ALL-IN, manages the website, supervises social media channels and assists in the development of engaging programming.
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.
We are on the hunt for a fantastic communications and graphic design intern! Review the job descriptions below and send a cover letter and resume to Kristen Fuhs Wells at firstname.lastname@example.org by Nov. 15, 2016. If you are applying for the graphic design internship, please attach a portfolio of work.
As part of our new thematic initiative (Quantum Leap), we are looking for an experienced podcast and/or radio producer for the creation and distribution of a new series of short audio vignettes sharing moments of scientific discovery, creation and innovation in Indiana’s past and present. The goal is to launch our first batch of episodes in March 2017.