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  • WOMEN IN POWER: SHANNON DULIN

    Destiny Good|Mar 28, 2024

    Longtime Detroiter, former Michigan community investment leader brings nearly 20 years' experience to 13 states across the U.S. DETROIT, Mich. (March 21, 2024) – Comcast today announced that Shannon Dulin has been promoted to senior director of Community Impact for Comcast's Central Division. In this role, Dulin will lead the development of national and local philanthropic programs and initiatives in the communities Comcast serves across 13 states, including Michigan. "Shannon has an innate a...

  • FROM CREW MEMBER, TO PROUD MCDONALD'S OWNER-OPERATOR

    Leigh Ann Towne|Mar 28, 2024

    REDFORD, Mich. – (March 25, 2024) – Not listening to his mother paid off for Antoine Evans, who is now the proud Owner/Operator of three Detroit-area McDonald's restaurants. "I started working at McDonald's when I was 15 years-old," Evans said. "My mom always told me that you go during business hours when you're looking for a job. Don't go on the weekends because the boss is probably busy, but definitely don't go on a Sunday. Well, I went after hours, I waited for about 30 minutes, the guy said,...

  • Gov. Whitmer Re-Appoints Portia Roberson and Zenna Elhasan to the Michigan Civil Rights Commission

    Vicki Levengood, Michigan Dept of Civil Rights|Dec 7, 2023

    Lansing, MI--Portia Roberson, of Detroit, and Zenna Faraj Elhasan, of Dearborn, have been reappointed by Governor Whitmer to serve second four-year terms on the Michigan Civil Rights Commission. Both Roberson and Elhasan were originally appointed to the Commission in December of 2019, with their first terms ending on December 31, 2023. Their re-appointments are subject to the advice and consent of the Senate. Portia Roberson is the CEO of Focus: HOPE, a 55-year-old organization with a focus on w...

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