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Suneil Singh

Essentially, my job is to oversee all day-to-day operations while developing a large-scale strategic plan to advance the mission of our organization.  I'll represent the organization at all events, sessions, and committee meetings as well as approve all operational procedures, policies and standards.
 
Community Network Services is one of the greatest mental health institutions in Southeastern Michigan, serving more than 3,500 clients each year. I'm proud to be working with them to serve our community!

Job Title: Chief Executive Officer
Company: CNS Foundation
College: Michigan State University, Sociology, East Lansing, MI
 


Matt Schaar

BCG is a global strategy consulting firm that serves clients in a variety of industries.  The firm focuses on developing forward-thinking strategies for our clients in a way that will help them navigate a competitive business environment, and my assignments vary in scope and clientele.  I'm based here in BCG's Detroit office, which was opened in 2005 and now has approximately 25 consultants on staff.  I truly love the opportunity to work alongside colleagues from a wealth of backgrounds and experiences on some of the most challenging issues facing the business world today!

Job Title: Consultant
Company: Boston Consulting Group
College: University of Michigan, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, Masters of Public Policy, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Tiffany Risner

After 4 years in Florida, I needed to experience seasons again, so I moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan to pursue a career in writing short fiction and poetry but along the way became enthralled with the glitzy world of Digital Marketing. I attended a Lunch Ann Arbor Marketing (http://la2m.org) meeting one warm Wednesday afternoon, and after, Derek Mehraban approached me with an internship offer. I jumped at the chance to work for the top Google ranked search result for the keyword "digital marketing." After 2 months of saturating myself with all things digital-- I was hired on full time as Interactive Marketing Coordinator.

I am responsible for social media and digital PR for clients as well as Ingenex properties, including the MSU New Media Driver's Licence® and Lunch Ann Arbor Marketing (the soil of my career.) In addition, I drive the strategic direction and create funny and relevant content for HashtagsForLife (http://hashtagsforlife.com), Internet inspiration in the form of #hashtags. Ingenex has given me the tools to achieve some significant results including increasing Ingenex Twitter followers by 60%, Ingenex Facebook "Likes" by 80% and snagging the attention of influential bloggers like Joe Levi who recently used our Virtual Tradeshow Experience concept we created for OSRAM Opto Semiconductors as an example of innovation in new media.

Job Title: Interactive Marketing Coordinator
Company: Ingenex Digital Marketing
College: Palm Beach Atlantic University, Bachelor of Arts, English Major, Minor in Psychology, West Palm Beach, FL
 


Chad Wiebesick

PWB is an integrated marketing communications agency in Ann Arbor. I work with organizations like Ann Arbor SPARK, Center for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Lake Trust Credit Union, Siemens, and others to devise and deploy interactive communication programs. We use a combination of social media, search engine marketing, rich media, interactive websites, and other digital tools and technologies to help our clients get more customers and keep the ones they have.
 
I love working in Ann Arbor. The city has great networking (check out the Ann Arbor Ad Club, Ann Arbor SPARK’s Marketing Roundtable, LA2M, or the Social Media Club of Ann Arbor), a creative culture, and innovative companies. Having served as past president of the Ann Arbor Ad Club, I’ve been privileged to meet a lot of talented advertising and marketing professionals in the area. If anyone is looking to network or meet other professionals, contact me at http://www.LinkedIn.com/in/wiebesick and I’d be happy to help make introductions.

Job Title: Social Media & Interactive Marketing Director
Company: PWB Marketing Communications
College: University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Colin Bruley

I work within the staffing industry.  My main responsibility is to recruit top talent to fill open positions within the engineering sector.  A lot of my clients are within the Automotive industry which has always been a big and integral part of Michigan's economy.  I choose to work in Michigan because this is where my family is and where I grew up.  Michigan will always be home to me and I hope that its economy can rebound.  With the unemployment rate ad high as it is, it is nice to be able to provide individuals with employment opportunities as part of my main occupational responsibility.

Job Title: Technical Recruiter
Company: RGBSI
College: Henry Ford Community College, Business Administration, Dearborn, MI
 


James W. Ribbron

Thank you for allowing me to introduce myself, my name is James W. Ribbron and I am the Michigan State University St. Clair County Extension Educator where I focus on educating community residents, leaders and policy makers on issues related to Economic Development. My area of expertise is business solutions intervention and retention, product development and innovation, new venture entrepreneurial development and using culture to drive economic development.   I recently worked as a Planner with the City Planning Commission – Detroit. My duties focused on economic development policy analysis for the Detroit City Council. Two major projects, the Paradise Valley/Cultural Entertainment District and the targeting of Community Development Block Grant funds for Economic Development, provide opportunities for continued growth and development professionally.

I served as the Executive Director for Eureka Communities Detroit until the fall of 2002 (October 1998 - October 2002). With over 18 years of community and political service experience in the City of Detroit I hold a Master’s in Community Development with a focus on Economic Development, from the University of Detroit Mercy, a B.A. from Wayne State University and I credit Jarvis Christian College, a historically Black College in Hawkins, Texas, for paving the way for me to complete my education.

My career began with the Detroit City Council’s Youth Advisory Commission as a Special Projects Assistant.  My tasks and duties included identifying issues of concern to Youth in Detroit and report the findings to the Detroit City Council. This was achieved by facilitating the Youth Committee, a group of Youth who met monthly to learn about City Government, analyze the City Budget and make recommendations to City Council on matters affecting youth.  I represented the Youth Commission during the development of the Youth Alert and Legislative Hearing on the Plight of the African American Male Reports commissioned by the Detroit City Council. I wrote and published a manual “Experiencing Government” which is a “how to manual" for youth participation in City Government.

In 1995 I began my political training and went to work for Detroit City Councilman Clyde Cleveland where I served as his Legislative Assistant. My duties included work on many of the Urban Renewal Projects that are now institutions in the City of Detroit, i.e., Comerica Park, the Casino’s and the Detroit Lions Project. I gained valuable experience working in the community with people helping citizens solve problems with city services and programs. Earlier training included work with the Michigan Metro Girl Scout Council, the Northern Area Association (NAA/YouthVille)) and 4-H Youth Programs.

As a Kellogg Youth Development Seminar Participant I represented the Davison Elementary School community in the Kellogg Foundation’s effort to develop Leadership from within the Detroit community. My work with the Kellogg Foundation helped develop my understanding of leadership and personal development. The effort to develop leadership put me on a track to leadership in my community. Additional training included New Detroit Excel 2000 Leadership, Michigan Political Leadership Program and a Eureka Fellow.

My community service includes time on the Michigan State University Extension Council for Wayne County and the Representative on the Statewide Council, Board of Directors for Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice and Detroit Primary Care Network.  Other volunteer activities include terms as a Chairman of the Wayne County Foster Review Board #9 and Community Liaison for the Davison Association of Neighborhood Block Clubs.

I am married to the Valerie Austin (Adrian and Gloria), have two children, a son, Arsenio and a daughter, Kaete and currently reside in Detroit, Michigan.

Job Title: Extension Educator, Economic Development
Company: MSU Extension - Wayne County
College: University of Detroit Mercy, Masters in Community Development, Detroit, MI
 


Dan Robin

NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work Inc.) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that has provided management and leadership development to the nonprofit sector since 1993 with offices in Ann Arbor and Detroit.   My commitment to the social sector has always been strong, and by living and working in downtown Detroit, NEW has given me the opportunity to reach out, support, strengthen, and make a difference in the lives and communities of the nonprofit organizations we serve.  

My career at NEW began as an intern under the CEO in 2009. I learned about internal operations related to social enterprise structures and management.  In the summer of 2010 I transitioned into a Project Management role with regard to marketing and re-branding. Currently, I’m in the unique position of being one of a few conduits that train community members and corporate citizens how to serve on nonprofit boards as well as match their interests with the nonprofit’s needs.  I’ve found through my facilitation experience with various types and sizes of boards and staff that both individuals and communities in Southeast Michigan can be characterized as innovative and resilient.   I chose to live, work, and play in Detroit because I have the opportunity to contribute to and be a part of that culture.

Job Title: Program Associate
Company: NEW (Nonprofit Enterprise at Work)
College: University of Michigan, School of Social Work, MSW Management & Evaluation, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Ellen Creal

I work at a small software and web development company in the heart of downtown Ann Arbor. I create beautiful, usable websites and software for clients ranging from local companies to the federal government. My job is to make sure the design is reflective of the client's mission and goals, and to seamlessly integrate other software systems and social media. I work on everything from the visual and interaction design, to the coding and search engine optimization. Being a part of such a small, vibrant company has given me the opportunity to discover many other local businesses that make this area a truly unique place to be.

Job Title: User Experience Designer/Web Developer
Company: Whole Brain Group
College: University of Michigan, School of Information, Human-Computer Interaction, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Leor Barak

I am responsible for managing the intake, placement and follow-up on legal matters referred to pro bono attorneys, ensuring the quality of pro bono and direct representation to CLR’s nonprofit client organizations, and evaluating and reporting on program activities and outcomes to Executive Director and Board of Directors. I also research policies and strategies to assist nonprofit organizations who serve the low-income community and coordinate Health Care Legal Team Project to bring great medical access to un/underinsured patients. In addition, I participate in “think tank” discussions to eliminate poverty, deal with foreclosures and vacant properties.

Detroit is fun.  I moved into the City because when I lived in the suburbs, I spent all my time in the City anyway.  There is great music, culture and people here.  Not to mention beautiful houses and parks.  And there is a lot of people with energy, enthusiasm, and vision to create a world class American City from the ashes.

Job Title: Pro Bono Program Manager
Company: Community Legal Resources
College: Wayne State University, Law School, Juris Doctrate, Detroit, MI
 
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Mark Vinckier

As an graduate of engineering, I knew that there was a good probability that I would not practice what I studied.  I truly enjoy the problem solving skills I obtained, and wanted to put that into use through business or consulting.  My job originally took me to Boston, where our North American HQ are.  I started in inside sales, learning sales techniques, and our software.  Once I proved myself in this area, I was given the opportunity to become the area manager for the Midwest.  ORSYP Software provides solutions to challenges in large Datacenters.  I control the technical resources for ORSYP, while presenting the company to the potential customer.  The reason why I enjoy my job is that each day is completely different.  The challenge to improve my knowlege of sales and the software industry keep me excited.  I enjoy the traveling, meeting new people, and the stress that comes with the job. 

Job Title: Regional Sales Manager
Company: ORSYP Software, Inc.
College: University of Michigan, College of Engineering, Industrial and Operations, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Barbara L. Jones

I develop, cultivate and maintain relationships with businesses and employers in Southeastern Michigan and out of state employers to provide career opportunities for Specs Howard students and alumni. I support, offer guidance and advise students in making career choices which include education, training and work-related plans within the corporate, non-profit and new business initiatives. I meet, and develop relationships with employers and businesses about workplace and employment opportunities and internships. I assist students to develop their goals and action plans to progress their career decisions which includes locating information for internships,, summer, and part-time and full-time job searches. I plan, develop, coordinate facilitate and job workshops, job fairs, coordinate alumni/advisory career board panels and organize special events and initiatives to advance media related career opportunities for students and graduates.  I coordinate and implement advertising and marketing strategies of services and programs of the Career Services department through various mediums. Finally, I instruct, coach and teach students how to develop effective cover letters, letters of intent, resumes, letters of recommendations, career portfolio profiles, interviewing skills and effective job search strategies for employment opportunities.


Job Title: Career Services Advisor/Instructor
Company: Specs Howard School of Media Arts
College: Wayne State University Graduate School, Communications, Detroit, MI
 


Melanie Derro

As the Graphic Designer and Partner at FWD, I am responsible for research, design and production of projects as well as managing client accounts.

Job Title: Graphic Designer & Partner
Company: FWD
College: University of Michigan, Bachelor of Science, BioPsychology, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Sherrie Handrinos

I currently market and manage specific clients locally and nationally (including All Pro NFL wide receiver Herman Moore, winner of the hit television show The Biggest Loser, Helen Phillips and more) as well as help run multiple non-profits throughout the community including Derrick Williams from the Detroit Lion's non-profit program Meals on D.Wheelz as well as Women Healing Women, helping raise money for women in business in the state of Michigan.  Boost 1 Marketing plans, markets and runs events throughout the metro Detroit area as well.

Job Title: President/CEO
Company: Boost 1 Marketing
College: Wayne State University, Business Management, Detroit, MI
 


Kristine Gates

I am proud to be part of such an amazing team here at GreenPath. GreenPath is a non- profit consumer credit counseling organization. We provide free counseling services for consumers with a variety of financial concerns. We help our clients with overwhelming credit card bills, homes in foreclosure, filing for bankruptcy, and clients just seeking help with refining their budgeting skills.

It is great working in such a positive environment with such a diverse group of people. Everyday presents new learning and growing opportunities. I feel so lucky to have  a job that I wake up looking forward to go to. I love that I am part of something that is an  asset to today’s economy.

Job Title: First Contact Center Representative
Company: GreenPath Debt Solutions
College: Eastern Michigan University, Communications and Business, Ypsilanti, MI
 


Tiffany M. Sinclair

I am a native Detroiter, who travels often but loves Detroit dearly and will probably never stray.   
 
At the MAAH, I am the Human Resources Manager. I am directly responsible for all Human Resources, Payroll, and Benefit administration.  I am the go to  person on staff  for all  questions, concerns, or issues as they relate to the areas I  mentioned above as well as  compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws, employee  relations,  training, development, performance management, recruiting, staffing, etc.  I’ve been in HR for 6 years, and working in this capacity is the field I went to college for. My current position gives me the opportunity to obtain hands on experience working in the total HR arena, as it is my responsibility to develop, design, and execute the MAAH’s HR Strategy.
 
Working at the MAAH is a very unique experience.  The environment is very flexible and close knit The  thing that I love the most is that  there is always something going on at the MAAH that the  staff is  welcomed to attend.

In addition to getting my Master's at Wayne State University, I also received a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Development at Oakland University.

Job Title: Human Resources Manager
Company: Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
College: Wayne State University, Masters of Business Administration, Detroit, MI
 


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