Addison Mauck, a native Detroiter holds a BA in Sociology from Loyola University Chicago. She is a 2018-2019 Fellow at DTE Energy Foundation where she is an event coordinator. 

In Addison’s role as event coordinator at the DTE Foundation, she is helping us design and implement a cross-functional events team and the many processes within. Addison is also playing a key role in coordinating our summer slate of events which include The Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix presented by Lear, The National Cherry Festival, The Ford Fireworks Rooftop Party, and many others. Her work is already helping us build efficiencies across the enterprise and ultimately aiding us in maximizing the impact we make in the communities in which we live and serve.

Frank A. D’Angelo, Manager – Events Planning & Strategy at DTE Energy Foundation

To learn more about how Addison’s Challenge Detroit experience has given her a new perspective on her hometown and provided opportunities for professional growth, community building, and intentional engagement in the city of Detroit with her fellow fellows, watch her video below. 

Among the state’s largest foundations committed to Michigan-focused giving, the DTE Energy Foundation supports initiatives focused on arts and culture, community transformation, economic progress, education and employment, environment and human needs. Not only do we want to create an economic impact across the state, but we want to provide hope and inspiration to communities making a difference. The DTE Energy Foundation supports events and programs that help generate more than $50 million in local economic activity in the past year.