About Us

Annual Non-Profit Report

The IQhub is a non-profit organization that specializes in agricultural and environmental education, as well as many other outreach events!

Download 2019-2020 Annual Non-Profit Report

Meet the IQhub Staff

Sue Kadlek is the Nonprofit Administrator for the IQhub. She attended Lansing Community College and has over 22 years of nonprofit management experience. She has served on numerous community boards and committees. Sue is a graduate of the Leadership Shiawassee Program, Class of 2000. In 2009, Sue became a co-director of the Leadership Program, facilitating 12 years of leadership training. She joined the IQhub team in January 2021.

Sue grew up on a 1200 acre farm in northwestern Shiawassee County where her family grew mainly peppermint and spearmint as well as corn, beans and wheat. Today, in her spare time, Sue loves to be outdoors with family and friends at their property near Gaylord. She enjoys boating in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter.

Emily Crambell is the Education and Outreach Manager for the IQhub. She has her Master’s Degree in Science, focusing on Agriscience and Natural Resources and 11 years of classroom teaching experience. Emily is a highly qualified teacher and helps create lessons/ programs that tie into science curriculum, for teachers that bring classes to visit the IQhub. She joined the IQhub Team in September 2016.

In Emily’s spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, friends and horses.

Emily Crambell teaching a classroom full of young students

Ernie Luttig is the IQhub Agriculture Education Assistant.  He has a Master’s Degree in Science, focusing on Chemistry and 32 years of classroom teaching experience.  Ernie is a highly qualified teacher and helps create lessons/ programs that tie into science curriculum, for teachers that visit the IQhub. He joined the IQhub Team in February 2018.

In Ernie’s spare time he enjoys spending time with his kids and grandkids, as well as bowling and golfing.

Children grouped together during the NCRS tour