PRESS RELEASES

  1. Rehmann’s Chris Sing Recognized as a Distinguished Volunteer in Metro Detroit

    TROY, Mich., – The Association of Fundraising Professionals’ (AFP) Metro Detroit chapter has recognized Rehmann’s Chris Sing as a distinguished volunteer for Detroit Public Television. AFP is a membership resource utilized by fundraising and nonprofit professionals throughout southeastern Michigan.

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  2. Oakland University Graduate School Dean Brandy Randall to serve on Advisory Committee on Advocacy and Public Policy

    Dr. Brandy A. Randall, dean of the Graduate School at Oakland University, has been appointed to serve a two-year term as a member of the Council of Graduate Schools’ Advisory Committee on Advocacy and Public Policy. Her term will begin in January 2021.

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  3. HAP Names Charles Bloom, D.O. Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer

    Health Alliance Plan (HAP), a Michigan-based nonprofit health plan, has appointed Charles Bloom, D.O. to the position of senior vice president and chief medical officer. Dr. Bloom is responsible for overseeing HAP’s health care management team as well as health care and quality activities. He also leads the development and implementation of HAP’s clinical and operational programs in partnership with the region’s health care providers.

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  4. Walsh announces free class offer for new and continuing students

    TROY, Mich., Dec. 8, 2020 — Walsh announced today that it will offer a free class to new students who enroll for the first time or continuing students who refer a new student who enrolls for the first time for the winter semester beginning Jan. 4, 2021. Students must apply and be admitted to an undergraduate or graduate program and complete their first class in the winter 2021 semester to qualify. The deadline to register for winter classes is Jan. 10, 2021.

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  5. ASE and The Employers’ Association (TEA) Release Results from their 2020 Survey on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Practices

    ASE Media Contact: Heather Nezich, Communications Manager, ASE, 248.223.8040, hnezich@aseonline.org.

    TEA Media Contact: Penny Mollica, Communications Manager, TEA, 616-698-1167, pmollica@teagr.org.

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  6. Oakland University student selected for rural leadership mentoring program

    Oakland University senior Mairead Warner is among 20 students selected for a nationwide mentoring program that will develop the next generation of rural leaders. The newly launched Rural Leadership Mentoring Program is coordinated through the Advancing Rural Communities Initiative and will pair rural-grown students with leaders who serve in positions of rural impact.

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  7. Antina Promotions Celebrates 10 Years

    This past year may have been challenging, BUT…
    These past 10 years…PRICELESS!!

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  8. MORTON’S CAN HELP YOU WITH ALL OF YOUR HOLIDAY DINNER NEEDS!

    Let Morton’s help you with all of your Holiday Dinner needs. From take-out to Home Grill Kits, Morton’s has you covered this Holiday Season.

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  9. How the Pandemic Put a Spotlight on Conscious Capitalism

    Pamela Dover, Senior Director of Business Development, Comcast Business

    “When you learn, teach. When you get, give.” – Maya Angelou.

    We are all adjusting to this ‘new world’ brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. While things have no doubt been a struggle for many in Southeast Michigan, I believe businesses have a responsibility to do the right thing and be part of the solution.

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  10. Saybrook Pillows Win Best of Best

    Saybrook’s adjustable pillow (https://saybrooksleep.com/products/adjustable-pillow) was selected as Best of Best in the pillow category by product review site Popular Reports (https://popularreports.com/best-pillows).

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