Jocelyn Benson Joins Michigan Campaign to Fix the Debt

Fix the Debt Michigan: December 18, 2012

The Campaign to Fix the Debt – a national nonpartisan coalition of business leaders, elected officials, community leaders, academics and individual citizens is pleased to announce that Jocelyn Benson, Interim Dean, Wayne State University Law School and Director of the Michigan Center for Election Law, will co-chair the effort in Michigan.

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Q&A: Sandy Baruah, Detroit Regional Chamber

MiBiz.com: December 9, 2012

Building off a career that included serving as the last administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration under George W. Bush, Sandy Baruah now serves as president and CEO of the 20,000-member Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce. In his previous role, Baruah helped shape the response to the credit crisis of 2008 as well as administered the SBA’s $18 billion loan portfolio. Prior to joining the SBA, Baruah served as the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce.

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The Future of Detroit

  From The Atlantic Cities June 12, 2012 “If you think of a place that was close to death and is now entering into a new life, that’s Detroit. Why does that happen? Well there’s great space available, there’s affordability. …

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Detroit’s Creative Potential

  From The Atlantic Cities May 22, 2012 “I think what Detroit offers is for young people or interesting people or engaged people — artists, innovators, musicians, designers, city-builders, place-makers — it offers something for them, and it doesn’t have …

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