2020 November Issues & Answers: What Do the Election Results Mean for Michigan?

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Name: 2020 November Issues & Answers: What Do the Election Results Mean for Michigan?
Date: February 23, 2021
Time: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM EST
Registration: Sorry, public registration for this event has been closed.
Rich Studley, President & CEO, Michigan Chamber of Commerce
Event Description:

Due to Executive Orders from the State of Michigan and our concern for the safety of our members, this Issues & Answers program will be an online event. Login information to attend the meeting will be sent on November 17th.

Join us for the next Issues & Answers program, where Michigan Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Rich Studley will help us debrief from and analyze the state's election results. What do the results mean for the business community? Rich will help unpack it all!

Rich Studley began his career with the Michigan Chamber of Commerce in 1981, as Manager of Taxation and Labor Relations. He served in various roles, and eventually was named President & Chief Executive Officer in 2008. The Michigan Chamber is ranked as Lansing’s most effective membership lobbying organization.
 
Rich also serves on the Board of Directors of the Council of State Chambers and as a member of the U.S. Chamber’s Public Affairs Committee to provide input on congressional campaign endorsements.
 
Rich’s early career includes serving with the Michigan Senate Republican Office, and as City Manager for the City of Clare. Rich is a Kalamazoo native, and earned his undergraduate degree from Alma College, and his master’s degree from Central Michigan University.



Special thanks to our Diamond and Platinum Sponsors for making this event possible!

 

Location:
Zoom Meeting in the Comfort of Your Home or Office (link to be sent out early the morning of the program)

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Date/Time Information:
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
8:00--9:00 a.m.
Contact Information:
Diane Middleton, Vice President of Advocacy
Fees/Admission:
Registration: $10 Members; $20 for Future Members

SPECIAL COVID-19 PRICING: $0
 
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