Addell Austin Anderson oversees operations and is responsible for partnerships with the Detroit Center. In this role, she seeks to facilitate ways the Center may serve as a gateway for University and Detroit communities to collaborate and take advantage of each other's assets and capabilities to affect change for the mutual benefit of our region. Please make your initial contact by email, if you would like more information on how you or your organization may connect with the Center.
Feodies Shipp is in charge with facilities management and administers several U-M Detroit Center programs, such as the Midtown Challenge and MLK Day Activities.
Mike oversee’s all Communication and Marketing activity for the U-M Detroit Center. Mike also manages audio/video, photography and web content for the Detroit Center.
Alexis Ellis handles customer relations and manages the U-M Detroit Center’s room reservation system.
Joshua is in charge of the the day-to-day implementation of policies, procedures and programing. This assures that the Detroit Center is a well-managed, well-maintained building, placing maximum emphasis on positive response to the concerns and needs of the tenants; making each experience an enjoyable one. All this done in coordination and conjunction with the University of Michigan Detroit Center's goals and objectives.
Brian Konz started at NCID in June 2012 as the Business Administrator responsible for the fiscal matters of the center. Then in Sept 2012, once again added the fiscal matters of the Detroit Center to his responsibilities.
Carolyn Lusch is a Redford Township native who has worked for a variety of community organizations in the region, including Greening of Detroit, Siena Literacy Center and SOS Community Services. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 2011, with majors in Spanish and creative writing and a minor in urban studies.