Michelle Cuevas Stubblefield
Kansas Historical Foundation
Board of Directors
Elected to board: 2015
Michelle Cuevas Stubblefield grew up in Topeka. She completed undergraduate work in computer information systems at Friends University and fine arts at Washburn University. She is a third generation Kansan, whose grandparents immigrated from Mexico.
She is director of marketing and membership with Downtown Topeka Incorporated. Previously she was vice president of creative services and vice president of partnership engagement at Jones Huyett Partners.
Cuevas Stubblefield is a board of director for MANA National and a local board member of MANA de Topeka. She has served on the management and steering committees of Heartland Visioning, and is a founder and executive board member of Latino Leadership Collaborative of Kansas. She was the state director for Kansas League of United Latin American Citizens from 2013 to 2015; and Leadership Kansas class of 2013.
Cuevas Stubblefield is married to Chris Stubblefield, and mother of an adult daughter and son.
She was first elected to the Kansas Historical Foundation Board of Directors in 2015. She has served on the membership and promotion committees.
"When you understand the challenges and triumphs of your community, culture and state, you have a strong foundation from which to move opportunities forward. The Kansas Historical Foundation Board helps keep history accessible to everyone."