Board of Directors

The NHA Board of Directors oversees the business and affairs of the National Humanities Alliance and determines policies, except those requiring a vote of the membership.  The board is composed of up to twenty-two members, including four officers and nine directors elected directly by the membership, up to seven directors elected by the board, and two non-elected (ex officio) officers.  

Officers

James Grossman—NHA President 
Executive Director, American Historical Association (Washington, DC)

Teresa MangumNHA Vice President
Director, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies at the University of Iowa (Iowa City, IA)

Pauline Yu—NHA Treasurer
President, American Council of Learned Societies (New York, NY)

Ben Vinson III—NHA Secretary
Provost and Executive Vice President, Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH)

David MarshallNHA Immediate Past President (ex officio)
Executive Vice Chancellor, University of California, Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, CA)

Stephen Kidd—NHA Executive Director (ex officio)
 

Directors

Mary Sue Coleman
President, Association of American Universities (Washington, DC)

Paul Erickson
Program Director, The Humanities, Arts, and Culture, American Academy of the Arts and Sciences (Cambridge, MA)

Amy Ferrer
Executive Director, American Philosophical Association (Newark, DE)

Jonathan Holloway
Provost, Northwestern University (Evanston, IL)

Paula Krebs
Executive Director, Modern Language Association of America (New York, NY)

Frederick Lawrence
Secretary, The Phi Beta Kappa Society (Washington, DC)

Ed Liebow
Executive Director, American Anthropological Association (Arlington, VA)

Esther Mackintosh
President, Federation of State Humanities Councils (Arlington, VA)

Timothy Murray
Director, Cornell Council for the Arts, Cornell University (Ithaca, NY)

Lynn Pasquerella
President, Association of American Colleges and Universities (Washington, DC)

Andrew Rusnak
Executive Director, Community Colleges Humanities Association (Baltimore, MD)

Eryl Wentworth
Executive Director, American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (Washington, DC)

Michael Witmore
Director, Folger Shakespeare Library (Washington, DC)