Stacey Gannon, Executive Director

Stacey Gannon was born and raised in Saginaw, Michigan. She is a talented executive and strong manager, having over 33 years of experience in the banking industry. She is recognized as a respected leader and a tireless contributor to the the community. As an avid supporter of the arts, Stacey has a particular passion for the development and advancement of the Saginaw Art Museum's cultural landscape in the Great Lakes Bay Region. 

"This is an exciting time culturally for our region and I am so thrilled to have the opportunity to showcase a true treasure in our midst. The Saginaw Art Museum holds a special place in the history of Saginaw and our region," said Stacey Gannon, Executive Director.

Gannon is a graduate of the University of Michigan-Dearborn/International Society for Performance Improvement program, holding the distinction of Certified Performance Technologist.  Her education and extensive fiduciary and business management experience have helped numerous organizations achieve success both financially and operationally. 

"We are delighted to have identified such a dynamic leader with extensive financial management experience, deep non-profit organizational knowledge, and a sincere commitment to fulfill our [Art for All] mission," Paul W. Furlo, Chairman of the Saginaw Art Museum Board of Directors.

Phone: 989.754.2491

Read the Director's Message

Sue Kuck, Controller

Sue is a lifelong resident of the Great Lakes Bay Region, originally from Frankenmuth. After attending Western Michigan University, Sue worked at a variety of different companies in the region, some of which include Yeo & Yeo, CPA, PC, Wilson Petroleum, Garber Automotive and Lutheran Homes of Michigan. Sue has experience working with nonprofit organizations, serving numerous positions at both the local and state levels. She is a Certified Public Accountant and Charter Global Management Accountant. She is married with two grown sons. Sue splits her time between the Saginaw Art Museum, Temple Theatre Foundation, and the Mid-Michigan Children's Museum. 

Phone: 989.754.2491



Lauren Grotkowski, Outreach and Education Manager

Lauren grew up in Auburn, MI. She graduated from Central Michigan University in 2015 with a degree in Anthropology and Museum Studies. During her time at CMU, Lauren studied abroad in Ireland and completed an internship at the Galicia Jewish Museum in Poland.

Lauren joined the museum in September of 2016 as a part-time Guest Services Associate, and later became the museum’s full-time Outreach and Education Manager. 

Outside of the museum, Lauren enjoys camping with her family, bicycling, and visiting other museums and historic sites around the state of Michigan.

Phone: 989.754.2491
Email:  or 


Loissa Harrison-Parks, Registrar and Programming Coordinator

Loissa Harrison was born in Atlanta GA and moved to Michigan in 2004. She graduated from Central Michigan University in 2017 with a dual major degree in psychology and art history. She enjoys skateboarding, playing guitar, sculpting and collecting antiques. Loissa specializes in Victorian Era photography as well as shooting photography with her Vietnam Era camera. She has three siblings and a darling cat named Candice.

Loissa hopes to use her skills to bridge the gap between art and science while fulfilling the SAM’s mission of Art For All



Natascha Williams, Assistant Curator and Development Coordinator

Natascha Williams, a native of Saginaw, recently returned to her hometown and is excited to join the Saginaw Art Museum team. Natascha graduated from the University of Michigan in 2014 with a degree in Art History and Museum Studies. She was an active student docent at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, completed Sotheby’s Institute of Art’s Art Business course, and assisted in a student-led exhibition at the Toledo Museum of Art.

Natascha’s professional experience includes work with Leslie Hindman Auctioneers in Chicago, and most recently with the Office of University Development at the University of Michigan where Natascha managed donor events and relations.

Natascha joined the Saginaw Art Museum in March 2018 as the Assistant Curator and Development Coordinator. Her passion for bringing together the people, culture, and the arts of the Great Lakes Bay Region are a great asset to the museum and the community.



Tim Verdusco, Preparator-Framer

Tim is born and raised in Saginaw, Michigan. He joined the Saginaw Art Museum staff in July 2014 with 26 years of framing experience.

Tim is responsible for the museum's exhibition setup, general maintenance, and framing.

Phone: 989.754.2491