Joseph L. Hudson, Jr.

Co-Founder at New Detroit, Inc.

Joseph L. Hudson, Jr.

Joseph L. Hudson, Jr.

Co-Founder at New Detroit, Inc.

Overview
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Hudson-Webber Foundation
Detroit Institute of Arts
Legacy DMC

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636

Number of Boards

6

Birthday

1932

Age

88

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Vice Chairman & Chief Administrative Officer at DTE Energy Co.

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Member (Attorney) at Clark Hill Plc

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Former Chief Executive Officer at M-1 Rail

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Member Emeritus, Board of Directors at Detroit Institute of Arts

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Vice Chairman at Mackinac Island State Park Commission (Michigan)

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Ambassador Extraordinary & Plenipotentiary to United Arab Emirates at United States Department of State

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Former Managing Director, Financial Institutions at Donnelly Penman & Partners, Inc.

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Founder at Strategic Staffing Solutions, Inc. (Michigan)

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Partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP

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Former President at American Bar Association

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Joseph L. Hudson, Jr.
Co-Founder at New Detroit, Inc.
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Member Emeritus, Board of Directors at Detroit Institute of Arts

The Detroit Institute of Arts provides art conservation services to the museums. The museum includes more than 100 galleries, 150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture/recital hall, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art conservation services laboratory. The company was founded in 1885 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

Career History
Co-Founder
1967 - Current

New Detroit, Inc. is a coalition of leaders working to achieve racial understanding and racial equity. It is a private, non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to addressing the issue of race relations. The company was founded by Jerome Cavanagh, Joseph L. Hudson and George Romney in 1967 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

President & Chairman
Prior - 1996

The basic purpose of the Hudson-Webber Foundation is to improve the vitality and quality of life of the metropolitan Detroit community. The Foundation concentrates its giving primarily within the City of Detroit and has a particular interest in the revitalization of the urban core because this area is a focus for community activity and pride and is of critical importance to the vitality of the entire metropolitan community. Since 1939, the Foundation has provided grants totaling over $160 million, 98% of which has been given to institutions and programs directly benefiting the metropolitan Detroit area. During 2011, the Foundation provided grants totaling more than $6 million. At present, the Foundation concentrates its efforts and resources in support of projects within four program missions, each of which has a significant effect upon the vitality and quality of life of the community. In addition, in 2008 the Foundation adopted a goal of attracting and retaining 15,000 new, young talented Detroiters to live and work in Greater Downtown Detroit by 2015 (the “15×15 Initiative”).

President & Chief Executive Officer
1985 - Prior

The Detroit Medical Center's (DMC) record of service has provided medical excellence throughout the history of the Metropolitan Detroit area. From the founding of Children's Hospital in 1886, to the creation of the first mechanical heart at Harper Hospital 50 years ago.Their medical experts are nationally recognized and each year, hundreds of DMC doctors are included in the list of America's Best Doctors. A reputation for excellence draws patients to world-class programs in oncology, organ transplant, cardiology, women's services, neurosciences, stroke treatment, optometry, orthopedics, pediatrics and rehabilitation.They are the leading academically integrated system in metropolitan Detroit and the largest health care provider in southeast Michigan. The DMC has more than 2,000 licensed beds and 3,000 affiliated physicians.Detroit Medical Center facilities employ best practices and conduct business in an atmosphere of respect and professionalism. Their recognition of and attention to diversity in their business operations and healthcare services is unparalleled.Their volunteer efforts in health education & disease prevention represent an ongoing commitment to the health and well-being of the communities they serve.The DMC continues to meet the health care needs of a growing community, offering the best in medical research & development, advanced technology and optimum clinical services.

Boards & Committees
Director
1996 - Prior

Masco Corp. engages in the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of branded home improvement and building products. It operates through the following business segments: Plumbing Products and Decorative Architectural Products. The Plumbing Products segment includes faucets; plumbing fittings and valves; showerheads and hand showers; bathtubs and shower enclosures; toilets; spas, and exercise pools. The Decorative Architectural Products segment offers paints and coating products; and cabinet, door, window, and other hardware. The company was founded by Alex Manoogian in 1929 and is headquartered in Livonia, MI.

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Prior
Lifetime Honorary Trustee
Current

The basic purpose of the Hudson-Webber Foundation is to improve the vitality and quality of life of the metropolitan Detroit community. The Foundation concentrates its giving primarily within the City of Detroit and has a particular interest in the revitalization of the urban core because this area is a focus for community activity and pride and is of critical importance to the vitality of the entire metropolitan community. Since 1939, the Foundation has provided grants totaling over $160 million, 98% of which has been given to institutions and programs directly benefiting the metropolitan Detroit area. During 2011, the Foundation provided grants totaling more than $6 million. At present, the Foundation concentrates its efforts and resources in support of projects within four program missions, each of which has a significant effect upon the vitality and quality of life of the community. In addition, in 2008 the Foundation adopted a goal of attracting and retaining 15,000 new, young talented Detroiters to live and work in Greater Downtown Detroit by 2015 (the “15×15 Initiative”).

Member Emeritus, Board of Directors
Current

The Detroit Institute of Arts provides art conservation services to the museums. The museum includes more than 100 galleries, 150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture/recital hall, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art conservation services laboratory. The company was founded in 1885 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

Founding Chair, Board of Trustees
Prior

Since 1984, the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan has served as a vehicle for donors, volunteers and community members to identify important issues, share ideas and build financial resources to make positive long-term change. Every day, the Community Foundation is helping individuals, businesses, nonprofit organizations and other foundations meet their charitable and financial goals by providing tools and resources that make giving to one's community easier, flexible and effective. The Community Foundation exists in perpetuity to enhance the quality of life of the citizens in southeast Michigan in the seven counties of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Monroe, Washtenaw, Livingston and St. Clair. We also help donors invest in organizations they care about nationwide.

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$10K - $25K
2013

The Detroit Institute of Arts provides art conservation services to the museums. The museum includes more than 100 galleries, 150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture/recital hall, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art conservation services laboratory. The company was founded in 1885 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

$10K +
2012

The Detroit Institute of Arts provides art conservation services to the museums. The museum includes more than 100 galleries, 150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture/recital hall, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art conservation services laboratory. The company was founded in 1885 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

$25K +
2011

The Detroit Institute of Arts provides art conservation services to the museums. The museum includes more than 100 galleries, 150-seat auditorium, a 380-seat lecture/recital hall, an art reference library, and a state-of-the-art conservation services laboratory. The company was founded in 1885 and is headquartered in Detroit, MI.

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