Mark Habeeb lives in Arlington, VA and teaches at Georgetown University in the graduate school of foreign service where he specializes in international negation and conflict management and mediation. Recently, Mark sat down with Elliot Majerczyk in our radio studio to talk about the connections between the humanities, social sciences, and hard sciences.
Susan R. Colpitts is a Founder of Signature Family Wealth Advisors with a bachelor’s degree in English and a Master’s in accounting. Recently, Susan sat down with Elliot Majerczyk in our radio studio to talk about her love for liberal arts and the importance of the humanities in establishing a sense of place.
The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities (VFH) Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew S. Gibson as executive director. With deep knowledge of and passion for …
Lauranett Lee was raised in Chesterfield and was inspired to study history by a professor at Virginia State University. Recently, Lauranett sat down with Elliot Majerczyk in our radio studio to talk about her love for history and the importance of the humanities.
Robert C. Vaughan III, one of the leading advocates for the humanities in America today, will step down as VFH president after forty-three years of organizational leadership.
Books are and integral part of life for Renee Grisham. She was first introduced to VFH through the Virginia Festival of the Book by her husband, celebrated author John Grisham. Recently, Renee sat down with Elliot Majerczyk in our radio studio to talk about her love for books and her favorite things about VFH.
University of Richmond President Emeritus and Tucker-Boatwright Professor of the Humanities, Ed Ayers may be best known as one of the voices on VFH’s BackStory with the American History Guys. But he was also the …
VFH Board Member Jo Ann Hofheimer talks about her love for books and the importance of the humanities.
VFH Board member Dennis Treacy shares his thoughts on how the arts and humanities help people understand each other’s points of view.
VFH Board member Wayne Adkins is a retired engineer and a member of the Chickahominy Indian Tribe who thinks engineering, science, and the humanities complement each other.