Jennifer H. Goulet is the president and CEO of ArtServe Michigan, leading advocacy, capacity building and strategic communications efforts supporting Michigan’s arts, culture, arts education and the creative industries.
Goulet’s nearly 30 years of cultural leadership and economic development experience includes 12 years as the City of Ypsilanti's Downtown Development Authority Director and Community and Economic Development Director – leading initiatives in economic development, brownfield redevelopment and downtown revitalization – and Executive Director of the Chelsea Center for the Arts.
Goulet earned her master's degree in City and Regional Planning from The Ohio State University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Geography from Valparaiso University. She serves on the Advisory Councils for the Michigan Cultural Data Project and Kresge Arts in Detroit and the Board of Directors for the Michigan Nonprofit Association, Riverside Arts Center Foundation in Ypsilanti and the Michigan Main Street Advisory Committee. She also represents the creative sector on the Sense of Place Council led by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority and Michigan Municipal League.