|Thu Dec 12 @ 2:00PM - 03:30PM|
Cultural Data Project Orientation for Organizations with Parents- Webinar
ArtServe staff bring expertise in the arts, community and economic development, public policy and nonprofit management work to cultivate and advance the transformational power of the arts, culture and creative economy in Michigan – serving artists, arts and cultural organizations, and people like you who believe in that creativity is essential across our lives.
Jennifer H. Goulet
President and CEO
248.912.0760, ext. 2#
Jennifer H. Goulet is the President of ArtServe Michigan, providing leadership, vision and management for the organization's work in advocacy, capacity building and strategic communications. She joined ArtServe's staff in 2007 as its Director of Development, was promoted to the position of Director of Organizational Advancement in 2008, and assumed the role of President and CEO in February 2009. As a former Board member for the Michigan Association of Community Arts Agencies, Goulet served on the merger negotiations team for the ArtServe/MACAA merger that was effective in October 2006 and ArtServe Michigan's post-merger transitional Board and Executive Committee.
Cézanne J. Charles
Director of Creative Industries
248.912.0760, ext. 7#
Cézanne J. Charles is Director of Creative Industries at ArtServe Michigan, directing the policies and programs that support individual creative practitioners. Charles directs ArtServe's statewide programs providing the knowledge, networks and advocacy needed to help empower the practices of artists, designers and designer-makers within the state. Aimed at demonstrating the innovative capacities of individual artists and creative practitioners, programs include the Kresge Artist Fellows Professional Practice Opportunities program, the Creative Many Programs & Seminars for Artists, Community Supported Art Detroit, and the upcoming Design Futures summit. Charles is an artist and curator and co-founded the hybrid art & design practice rootoftwo in 1998 (with John Marshall). Charles joined ArtServe Michigan in 2008.
248.912.0760, ext. 1#
April Lu is Office Manager for ArtServe Michigan, responsible for administrative support, reception services, financial processes, systems and analysis, bookkeeping and reporting, tax filings, and personnel records, and overall office management. Lu joined ArtServe Michigan in 2009.
Sarah Gonzales Triplett
Director of Public Policy
248.912.0760, ext. 6#
Sarah Gonzales Triplett is Director of Public Policy at ArtServe Michigan, strategically directing advocacy for Michigan’s creative economy to build support for the arts, culture, arts education and the creative industries within Michigan leadership. Her focus includes promoting the contributing impacts of the arts and creativity as a strategic asset in Michigan’s communities, its economic vitality and in the education of Michigan’s children. As a former Assistant Director of Communications and Community Engagement for the Early Childhood Investment Corporation, Triplett is experienced in leading efforts for communications,advocacy, policy strategy and increasing public awareness. Triplett joined ArtServe Michigan in 2013.