Gerald R. Ford Museum
Exhibits, Events, Education Center

303 Pearl Street, NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49504

616-254-0400 (tel)
616-254-0386 (fax)

e-mail
Ford Museum Facebook Page

Hours: 9:00am-5:00pm (Daily)
(Closed New Year's, Thanksgiving, & Christmas Days)



Gerald R. Ford Library
Research, Events, Small Exhibits

1000 Beal Avenue
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

734-205-0555 (tel)
734-205-0571 (fax)

e-mail
Ford Library Facebook Page

Hours: 8:45am-4:45pm (M-F)
(Closed Federal Holidays)




Gerald R. Ford Library Staff Directory

Sending e-mail to staff members:
We have removed direct links to e-mail addresses to reduce the amount of spam we receive. You can send a message to the Library by using the Contact Us menu above or write directly to a specific staff member using the address format "firstname.lastname@nara.gov".


Administration and Special Events
In addition to the staff listed below, Ford Museum staff in Grand Rapids provide important support to Library staff and programs.

  • Elaine Didier - Director
    Elaine is Director of both the Library in Ann Arbor and the Museum in Grand Rapids.
    Telephone: (734) 205-0566

  • Tina Luckett - Secretary to the Director
    Tina provides administrative and secretarial support to the Director and staff. Telephone: (734) 205-0540

  • Geir Gundersen - Supervisory Archivist
    Geir supervises the archival and special events staffs in Ann Arbor, and assists the Director in planning and daily administration of the Library. Telephone: (734) 205-0556

  • John Hurley - Computer System Administrator
    John provides IT support to both the Library and the Museum. Telephone: (734) 205-0553

  • Kate Murray - Special Events Coordinator
    Kate helps plan and implements the Library’s speaker, special event, and facility rental programs. She also manages the Library’s printed works collection. Telephone: (734) 205-0567

Archives
All staff performs reference and processing work and each handles special projects in declassification, digitization, social media, web development, public programs, exhibits, and administration.

  • Hannah Brookhart - Student Trainee (Archival Science)
    Hannah assists with processing, reference, photocopy orders, and the research room. Telephone: (734) 205-0562
  • Stacy Davis - Archivist
    Stacy manages the accessioning and digitization programs, oversees Library input to the NARA Description and Authority Service (DAS), and leads student recruitment via the University of Michigan College Work-Study Program. Telephone: (734) 205-0563
  • Elizabeth Druga - Archives Technician
    Elizabeth manages the social media program, serves as Research Room Manager, and assists with reference, processing, and education / outreach. Telephone: (734) 205-0554
  • Mark Fischer - Archivist
    Mark manages the systematic declassification review, Remote Archive Capture (RAC), and information security programs. Telephone: (734) 205-0558
  • Kenneth Hafeli - Audiovisual Archivist
    Ken manages the AV processing, reference, and preservation programs. Telephone: (734) 205-0568
  • Tim Holtz - Archives Specialist
    Tim assists with reference, processing, and systematic declassification review. Telephone: (734) 205-0592
  • Donna Lehman - Archivist
    Donna manages the Mandatory Declassification Review program and assists with systematic declassification review and information security. Telephone: (734) 205-0560
  • James Neel - Archives Technician
    Jim works in the research room and assists with reference, processing, and education / outreach. Telephone: (734) 205-0557
  • John O'Connell - Archives Technician
    John works in the research room and assists with reference, processing, and education / outreach. Telephone: (734) 205-0559


College Work-Study / Interns / Volunteers
The Library accepts a limited number of college work-study students, interns, and volunteers each year to assist with processing, preservation, and digitization of textual and audiovisual holdings. Student workers, eligible for the College Work-Study Program at the University of Michigan, and interns are often graduate students in archival studies, while volunteers range from high school students to retirees. For more information on college work-study opportunities, contact Archivist Stacy Davis. For more information on intern and volunteer opportunities, contact Supervisory Archivist Geir Gundersen.