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PO Box 15216
Lansing, MI

street address:
112 E. Allegan
Suite 300

(517) 374-1171

(517) 374-6112



Brad Snavely, Executive Director
Brad Snavely assumed the position of executive director in September, 2001, but he is not new to the Forum, having previously served on Michigan Family Forum's board of directors since 1997 and as the organization's government affairs director in 1995-96. Prior to assuming the directorship of the Forum, Brad was the assistant vice president for legislative affairs at Health Care Association of Michigan. His areas of legislative specialty include health care, appropriations, family law, regulatory affairs, and grassroots development. 

Brad holds a B.A. from Hope College and has completed graduate work in public administration from Western Michigan University. Brad and his wife Kelle have five children and reside in East Lansing.

Dan Jarvis
Dan Jarvis is the director of research and public policy for Michigan Family Forum. His responsibilities include monitoring legislation that impacts families, gathering research on family issues and recommending public policy that will strengthen Michigan's families. He also coordinates activities such as legislative luncheons, the Peer Education Summit, and the bi-annual Voters Guide.

Dan holds a Master's degree in Public Policy from Regent University. He and his wife Adrienne have six children and reside in Laingsburg.

Jon Stanton
Jon is the Office Manager, Board Assistant and Communications Director at Michigan Family Forum. He serves as MFF's bookkeeper and oversees day to day administration of our offices.

Jon also edits and prepares weekly editions of the Forum Online newsletter and writes press releases, newsletter articles and other print documents for MFF. He also serves as MFF's webmaster.

Prior to joining Family Forum, Jon served as the Director of Communications for the Health Care Association of Michigan for two years and as an administrative assistant for three years.

Jon attended Great Lakes Christian College where he majored in church music. He has also completed three years of course work toward a degree in secondary education, with a major in English and a minor in History.

Jon currently resides in Ovid.

Stefan Hull
Stefan Hull is responsible for coordinating MFF's "Choose Freedom" abstinence initiative. She also provides administrative support and assists with the layout of MFF's print newsletters and publications.

Stefan served as a foster care case manager at Lutheran Social Services for two years prior to joining our staff.  She was also a campus intern with Campus Crusade for Christ in the Middle East for one year.

Stefan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Michigan.  She and her husband Joshua live in Lansing.    

Rebecca Keilen
Becky Keilen serves as a staff assistant and is responsible for providing administrative support for MFF's various projects.

Becky is a student at Lansing Community College where she is majoring in music. She currently resides in Dewitt.

last updated 2.20.07

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