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Thursday, July 24, 2008
Adrian Pittman is co-founder and CEO of
. An Ann Arborite, Adrian has more than 15 years of high-tech marketing and brand development experience. He will be writing about entrepeneurship and innovation in SE Michigan.
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Heather Carmona is Executive Director of the Woodward Avenue Action Association and a life-long Detroiter. She is also founder of Pure Alternatives.net, an organic product consulting and consumer advocacy company. Heather will be writing about the interdependence and relationship between quality of life, sustainability and community.
Thursday, July 10, 2008
David Knapp is not only an architectural designer with Albert Kahn Associates, he's an accredited LEED professional who understands the ins and outs of sustainable development. An active community leader, David will be writing about sustainability and urban housing trends in Metro Detroit.
Thursday, June 26, 2008
Garrett Myers is the founder and Managing Director of the
, a technology strategy consulting firm.
Garrett has worked for start-ups, started companies, and raised venture capital money in both Boston and Detroit. He'll be writing about the entrepreneurial and VC cultural differences between the East Coast, West Coast and Michigan.
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Scott Dunham is the festival manager for next week's
Detroit Windsor International Film Festival
(DWIFF). A relentless networker, Scott has made it his mission to faciltate creative opportunities for Metro Detroit's film community. He will be writing about building a vibrant film community, the virtues of Michigan's incentive package and, of course, the film fesitval he helms.
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Thursday, June 12, 2008
Stephen T. Rapundalo, PhD. is the Executive Director of MichBio, the main trade organization for Michigan's life sciences and biotechnology industry. He will be writing about what Michigan can and should do to foster and improve its life sciences industry.
Erika-Marie S. Geiss
Thursday, June 05, 2008
Erika-Marie Geiss is the editor-in-chief and publisher of
, a digital magazine for work-at-home parents. A 'mompreneur,' she is a freelance writer, professional blogger, editor and published non-fiction author. Erika will be writing about the personal, professional and economic issues of being a work-at-home professional.
Clare Pfeiffer Ramsey
Thursday, May 29, 2008
Model D managing editor Clare Pfeiffer Ramsey reports in this week from the publication's Motor City headquarters on why Metro Detroit needs to rethink their relationship with the city and why summer is the perfect time to do it. She'll be giving
readers the skinny on what Detroit has to offer the region that you simply can't find anywhere else.
Thursday, May 22, 2008
A native Metro-Detroiter, Aaron Kluza is the co-owner and co-operator or Rock Dove Couriers, a bicycle messenger company in downtown Detroit. He'll be writing about Detroit --opportunites and challenges-- from a cyclist's perspective. See if you can keep up.
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Patricia Mooradian is the president of The Henry Ford. For five years prior to that she was the COO and directed daily operations of Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village, the Ford Rouge Factory Tour and the Benson Ford Research Center. Patricia will be writing about The Henry Ford and tourism in Michigan.
Thursday, May 08, 2008
Mark Maynard publishes the magazine Crimewave USA, puts out records, comics and blogs when others sleep. He is one of the founders of Ypsilanti's popular
Shadow Art Fair
, co-chair of YpsiVotes, and a member of Ypsilanti's 2020 Task Force on the future of the city. He has a keen interest in economic development and will be writing about why he's enthusiastically chosen to live in Ypsilanti.
Thursday, May 01, 2008
Roger Myers is the president and CEO of Presbyterian Villages of Michigan. He is responsible for executive staff leadership and helping develop policy and strategic planning decisions. Roger will be writing about aging baby boomers in SE Michigan from an economic development perspective.
Thursday, April 24, 2008
Mark Adler is the president of VAIdigital LLC, a video support company for the film industry. Mark also manages the Michigan Production Alliance, a trade organization whose mission is to create a more stable financial environment for Michigan's production community. From local projects to Hollywood films, he will be writing about Metro Detroit's emerging opportunities and challenges.
Thursday, April 17, 2008
Lish Dorset is a member of
, the crafty gals who put on the annual
Detroit Urban Craft Fair
. She has been making crafts since she started her first Troll doll clothing line back in Mrs. Schneider's fifth grade classroom. Lish also works as a social media coordinator for
in Ann Arbor. She looks forward to chatting about the state of the indie entrepreneur here in Metro Detroit.
Arts and Culture
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Toby Barlow is co-president and executive creative director of
Team Detroit where he oversees work on both local and national accounts. He is also the author of "
," a novel about werewolves. Toby lives downtown in Lafayette Park and will be writing about his vision of a better Metro Detroit.
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