Meet our Summer Interns

We’re excited to welcome Mike Lee and Anthony Treadaway to our team for a seven-month-long internship at Indiana Humanities.

Mike (Butler University) and Anthony (DePauw University) will work on various projects over the next few months, but mostly they’ll help us better tell our stories and those of our grantees and partners. For their first assignment, though, they had to tell us all a little bit more about themselves.

Anthony Treadaway

  • School: DePauw University 
  • Major: Communication 
  • Minor: Art History
  • Hometown: Tallahassee, FL

What do you do in your freetime?
I enjoy collecting vinyl records and hiking.

Favorite book? 
Boom: Mad Money, Mega Dealers, and the Rise of Contemporary Art: Michael Shnayerson 

Why Indiana Humanities?
I have always gravitated towards service work and creative atmospheres. Indiana Humanities does just that through its creative programming to enrich the lives of Hoosiers.  

What are your plans after graduation/dream job? 
I plan on working on the marketing team at an art museum or gallery. My dream job is to become an art consultant and create my own creative non-profit. 

Favorite place in Indianapolis? 
Newfields or Irvington Vinyl & Books


Mike Lee 

  • School: Butler University 
  • Major: Digital Media Productions & Strategic Communications
  • Hometown: Northbrook, IL 

What do you do in your free time?
I love to run! I’m currently training for the Boston and New York marathon in the fall. 

Favorite book?
Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates 

Why Indiana Humanities?
I’ve always wanted to work at a place that aligned with my personal beliefs, and the mission statement of think, read, and talk inspired me. 

What are your plans after graduation/dream job?
I’d love to travel and film different cities and events around the world. Making documentaries and travel films for National Geographic or Patagonia has always been a dream of mine. 

Favorite place in Indianapolis
Any coffee shop or Monument Circle