Faculty and Staff


Welcome Faculty and Staff

This is your one-stop-shop for the information you need as an employee of Interlochen Center for the Arts. Here, you can access resources such as the employee handbook, benefits and policies, dining menu, calendars, research, newsletters, brand guidelines, and more. You can also submit requests to purchasing, safety, maintenance, IT, and other functions.

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If you need additional assistance, please reach out to our Human Resources department for more information. 

Tifini McClyde

Tifini McClyde-Blythe

Associate Vice President
Human Resources

231.276.7342 231.276.7342 Send Email
Cory Haight

Cory Haight

Senior Human Resources Specialist

231.276.7338 231.276.7338 Send Email
Heather Lee

Heather Lee

Human Resources Manager - Camp and HRIS

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Jennifer Richards

Jennifer Richards, CVA

Director of Customer Service and Volunteers

231.276.7638 231.276.7638 Send Email

Features & News

All Features & News
Composer Valerie Coleman
Behind the Score: ‘Umoja’ by Valerie Coleman

Musicologist and Classical IPR Music Director Dr. Amanda Sewell shares the story behind one of Coleman’s most popular works.

Tendekai Mawokomatanda
Arts Academy senior Tendekai Mawokomatanda wins position with Orchestra Noir

A 17-year-old double bass major, Mawokomatanda becomes the youngest serving musician in Atlanta’s African-American orchestra.

A cool photo of author Angela Woodward. She wears a dark striped shirt and a beaded necklace. The photo has a cool double exposure effect.
To be a writer: Visiting author Angela Woodward balances her many roles with grace

Woodward’s wide-ranging pursuit of writing—from encyclopedia entries to award-winning novels—has helped her develop a unique perspective on her occupation.

Upcoming Events
All Events
Feb
1

Creative Writing, Guest Artist

An Evening with Angela Woodward

Wednesday, February 1, 2023 - 7:30 p.m. ET

The Writing House FREE, no tickets required

Feb
3

Visual Arts, Academy Student

Visual Arts: Juried Student Exhibition

Friday, February 3, 2023 - 6 p.m. ET

Dow Center for Visual Arts FREE, no tickets required

Feb
3

Music, Academy Student

Singer-Songwriter & Popular Music Ensemble: At the City Opera House

Friday, February 3, 2023 - 8 p.m. ET

City Opera House $25, $20, Students $10