Kelley Kuhn

Kelley Kuhn

Michigan

In her role as vice president of Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA), Kelley Kuhn provides ongoing support and expertise to management and senior leadership personnel. Founded in 1990, Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA) is a 501 © (3) charitable organization dedicated to nonprofits and the communities they serve by promoting anti-racism and social justice and Kuhn executes MNA’s core values and beliefs.

Prior to joining MNA, Kuhn worked for a variety of entities including the Jackson County Community Foundation and the Jackson Nonprofit Support Center where she served as executive director.

Kuhn earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health Education from Western Michigan University and holds an MBA from Eastern Michigan University. In January 2021, Governor Gretchen Whitmer appointed Kuhn to the bipartisan Protect Michigan Commission.

Kuhn, whose pronouns are she/her/hers, is passionate about volunteering in her local community and helping nonprofits. She believes nonprofits are at the heart of addressing some of the most pressing issues in local communities. Kuhn resides in Saline with her family and their adorable dog, Jackson.