- Director of Communications
The eDetroiter is the Chamber’s weekly email publication that serves as a digital supplement to the Detroiter magazine, highlighting news coverage and member news.
Last week, the Detroit Regional Chamber released its “5 Principles for Transportation Funding,” urging Gov. Snyder and the state Legislature to develop a viable solution to properly fund Michigan’s transportation infrastructure following the defeat of Proposal 1.Continue Reading
MICHauto, an initiative of the Detroit Regional Chamber, hosted 25 state legislators, their staffs and other invited guests at its annual Supplier Reception on Wednesday, May 6 to improve familiarity and increase communication between Michigan’s automotive stakeholders and legislative leadership in Lansing.Continue Reading
Despite Proposal 1’s defeat by the electorate on Tuesday, the Detroit Regional Chamber remains a staunch advocate for increased funding for Michigan’s transportation infrastructure, an issue that will be addressed at the upcoming Mackinac Policy Conference.Continue Reading
Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones and Lisa Howze, director of governmental affairs for the city of Detroit, will join state lawmakers at the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Political Action Committee (PAC) reception at 5 p.m. on May 28 during the 2015 Mackinac Policy Conference. This year’s reception will feature a moderated conversation regarding the dynamic and evolving relationship between city and state government following Detroit’s exit from bankruptcy.Continue Reading
In an effort to promote the importance of highly-skilled immigrants to the United States, the Detroit Regional Chamber’s Executive Counsel Ed Wolking Jr. joined the Michigan Office for New Americans and other area business leaders in calling for immigration reform regarding U.S. H-1B visas earlier this month in Ann Arbor.Continue Reading