• Bill Phillips

    Bill Phillips

    Bill Phillips is a retired Electrical and Computer Engineer. Bill’s career included 13 years with a micro-electronics start-up and 14 years in product development at Ford Motor Company. His skills […]

  • Erica Peresman

    Erica Peresman

    Erica Peresman is a lawyer and voting rights advocate who has been committed to advancing voting rights and fighting voter suppression in Michigan for more than two decades. As a […]

  • Michael O’Donnell

    Michael O’Donnell

    Michael O’Donnell is a successful cardiologist. He received his MD from Loyola University and his Cardiology career has spanned multiple highlights in Illinois, California, and Michigan. Dr O’Donnell has held […]

  • Palencia Mobley

    Palencia Mobley

    Palencia Mobley, P.E. was appointed as the Deputy Director and Chief Engineer of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department by Mayor Mike Duggan and approved by the Board of Water […]

  • Riyaz Kanji

    Riyaz Kanji

    Riyaz Kanji is a founding member of Kanji & Katzen and he is the Directing Attorney for the Ann Arbor office, representing Native American Tribes in fields spanning treaty rights, sovereignty […]

  • Wendy VerHage Falb

    Wendy VerHage Falb

    As Executive Director, Wendy has led the Literacy Center of West Michigan for the past seven years.  In that time the organization has grown to be the largest community-based adult […]

  • George Davis, II

    George Davis, II

    George L. Davis, II has been a problem solver, chief strategist, and effective communicator serving in the public, private, and non-profit sectors over the last 30 years.  Spanning the diverse […]

  • Keith Cooley

    Keith Cooley

    As president and CEO of Principia, LLC, Keith Cooley is a strategist and management consultant focusing his inventive problem solving skills on linking America’s recovery to global economic competitiveness, the […]

  • Lynn Brown

    Lynn Brown

    Lynn Brown was born and raised in Petoskey, a beautiful spot in northern Michigan, which spawned her deep commitment to conservation and environmental activism. (Those were Lynn’s poster hanging in […]

  • Janis Bobrin

    Janis Bobrin

    Before stepping down in 2012, Janis served 24 years as the Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner. She was re-elected to the position five times and has been applauded for advancing […]

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