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Jennifer Humke is the Foundation’s Program Officer for Digital Media and Learning.
She joined the Digital Media and Learning Program in January 2012 after nine years in the Foundation’s Public Affairs office, where she served as Associate Director. In that position, she provided communications support to the Foundation’s grantmaking programs and was responsible for the Foundation’s online profile.
She joined MacArthur in 2002 after three years with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, where she helped manage the opening of and garner media attention for major Museum exhibits, including Flight and Rescue and The Art and Politics of Arthur Szyk. Prior to that, Jennifer worked for a human rights organization in Kampala, Uganda, helping to run a program that trained human rights activists how to identify and document gender-specific human rights abuses in war. She worked on one of the first primary research reports on women and war in Uganda
Jennifer has an M.A. in international affairs and journalism from The American University and a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She serves on the Board of Directors of the Communications Network, a national nonprofit helping to foster the use of strategic communications in philanthropy.
Jennifer Humke works on the following MacArthur programs and projects: