Amy Timmer, associate dean of students and professionalism at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, grew up in Flint in a family full of factory workers. “All of my family members who worked in the factories made great money, had college educations—and it reframed my thoughts on Lansing when I first joined Cooley in late ’90s, […]
Lansing-area businesses are taking the Keep Learning Pledge, sponsored by a coalition of education, business, government and media partners committed to increasing the number of college graduates in mid-Michigan. It debuted almost two years ago and includes Summer Schriner, owner of Grace Boutique, and Vince Villegas, of Vince Villegas Group and an associate broker with […]
Like the rest of the U.S. healthcare delivery system, Greater Lansing healthcare is undergoing transformation. Like many, this transformation is fueled by necessity, opportunity, foresight and inspired action. Why is this happening and what will it mean to our communities?
Prior to 2006, DA Rainsberger had been in the tax and accounting services business. In the late 1980s, it branched off into technology services. Since 1969, CBI, Inc. had been selling and servicing printers and copy machines. Although DA Rainsberger purchased CBI, Inc. in 2006, March 1, 2010 marked the official rebranding of the companies […]
The next time you’re looking for an ideal location to host an upcoming event, hold an executive board meeting or impress a potential business client, look no further than the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, located at 3535 Forest Road in Lansing.
The Central Michigan Public Relations Society of America has more APR-accredited PR practitioners per capita than any other local PRSA chapter in the United States. The APR designation is a professional certification program, which is considered by many to be the equivalent of an accountant earning a CPA.