6650 E. Broadway • Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Phone: 989-775-4750 • Fax: 989-775-4770
Open Mon. thru Sat. 10am - 6pm • Closed Sundays


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Enhance your next tour or meeting with a highly qualified speaker from the Ziibiwing Center. These speakers have varied expertise that will allow you the opportunity to engage in in-depth conversations about the Native American Culture and gain knowledge about unfamiliar topics. For more information about booking a speaker for your next tour or meeting, please contact the Events Coordinator at 989-775-4750.

Speaker Bureau Rates:

Onsite: $50 per half hour, per person plus room fee $100 per hour, per person plus room fee

Offsite: $200 per hour, per person plus mileage of 0.585 per mile round trip and any accommodations.

*minimum of $200 for standard, tribal, and nonprofit groups.

Speakers:

  • Shannon Martin, Director of Ziibiwing Center- can speak or present workshops on tribal history, boarding school era, cultural diversity, treaty rights, effects of colonization, culture & lifeways, spirituality, and gender roles.
  • Judy Pamp. Asst. Director of Ziibiwing Center- can speak or present workshops on education, tribal history, culture & lifeways, and cultural diversity.
  • William Johnson, Ziibiwing Curator- can speak or present on Ziibiwing Center collections or Ziibiwing Center permanent exhibit, woodland artifacts, tribal history, collections conservation, sugarbush.
  • Renata Borton, Visitor Service Coordinator- can speak or present on "Pow-Wow" dancing and all styles (traditional, fancy feather, fancy shawl, jingle dress, and grass dance), Anishinabe history, boarding school era, and dream catchers.
  • Anita Heard, Research Center Coordinator- can speak or present on plants, plant medicine, research genealogy history, tribal history, document preservation, and cultural tribal archiving.
  • Raymond Cadotte, Visitor Service Representatives- can speak or present on tribal history, Ziibiwing Center permanent exhibit, boarding school era, cultural diversity, treaty rights, effects of colonization, culture & Lifeways, spirituality, gender roles, sugarbush.
  • Robin Spencer, Research Center Specialist- can speak or present on Family Research, Genealogy, Valuable Document resources, collecting and caring for your documents.