Nancy Feldbush Named Communications Manager

The Historical Society of Michigan is pleased to announce the appointment of Nancy Feldbush as Communications Manager. In her new role, she will be responsible for producing three of the Society’s publications: the Chronicle member magazine, the “Historic Michigan Travel Guide,” and the “Michigan History Directory.” Additional duties will include oversight of the organization’s public relations program as well as its website and social media efforts.

“We are excited to have Nancy join our team,” commented Executive Director Larry J. Wagenaar.  “Her extensive experience and talent will help us as we continue to improve and expand our publications, outreach, web presence, branding, and more.”

Prior to joining the staff at the Historical Society, Feldbush served in the marketing department of the Michigan Schools and Government Credit Union and as the owner of her own publishing house, called Moose Run LLC. She has extensive experience in both graphics and copywriting, at one point serving as the supervisor/senior copy editor at Cambell-Ewald Advertising Agency in Warren. An interest in history led her to write two historical novels set amid the furniture industry of Grand Rapids. In her leisure time, she serves as a docent, historical interpreter, and re-enactor for the Crocker House Museum in Mount Clemens.

Feldbush earned two associate degrees from Macomb Community College in graphic arts and photography as well as a bachelor of science in organizational leadership and communication from Rochester (MI) College.

She will assume her new position as Communications Manager on October 14.


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