Marilyn P. Whittington
Marilyn Whittington holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware and a Master’s degree from Central Michigan University. A native Delawarean, she began her career as a professor at Delaware Technical and Community College and later taught in the US Virgin Islands. Since returning to Delaware, she served on the board of numerous civic and community organizations until joining DH over a decade ago.
Ciera H. Fisher
Ciera Fisher comes to Delaware Humanities from the museum world. At DH Ciera works with programs including Literature and Medicine, Speakers Bureau and Visiting Scholars, and the Annual Lecture. As a newcomer to Delaware, she has enjoyed learning more about the First State’s history and culture.
Erin O’Brien is pleased to join the DH staff as the Grant Officer, after years spent working in the museum sector. A passionate arts and humanities advocate and educator, Erin is excited to play a hands-on role with the grant-making process; from inception to implementation, and finally evaluation.
Bob Bercaw has been with Delaware Humanities as the Fiscal Officer for over five years. He has extensive experience working with other non-profits as both an accountant and as a consultant. He received a degree in Fine Arts from St. Andrews University in North Carolina, and spent many years working in the field of education, teaching English as a Second Language, administering International Student Exchange programs, and as a college registrar. He then received training as an accountant and tax-preparer and has been working in this field for over 25 years.
Lisa G. Dill
Lisa G. Dill joined Delaware Humanities in 2016. She has been a professional writer and adjunct professor throughout the Delaware Valley for more than ten years, currently teaches writing and environmental humanities at the University of Delaware, and is working on a book about the Missouri River.
HumaniTeens: Newark Farmers MarketAugust 18, 2017
Have you seen the organic section in your local supermarket? The ethnic section? If you have, it’s probably small without a decent variety. “You could shop at five or six stores or just one.” Located on Kirkwood Highway in Newark, the Farmers Market serves a wide variety of cultures and peoples across the state.
HumaniTeens: Biracial Students Share Their PerspectivesAugust 24, 2017
In this growing international community, biracial and intercultural relationships have skyrocketed. The amount of people who are biracial is at an all time high. However, these students face conflicting issues of identity and acceptance from an early age. Racial tensions within America have contributed to a rough experience. Additionally, within the families, there is a matter of acceptance from both sides. We spoke to three biracial students in an attempt to more deeply understand the struggles they experience as young Americans.
Delaware Humanities is Seeking an Executive DirectorNovember 7, 2017
Delaware Humanities is seeking an Executive Director. Please view full job description for details and for how to apply.
Application deadline is March 9, 2018.