Profiles of individuals who are leading West Michigan organizations.
Anita Hitchcock is happy with job as Grand Rapids city attorney after passing on the position first time around.
Seven months in, Anita Hitchcock couldn’t be happier with her new role as Grand Rapids city attorney. Read More
Grand Rapids native, Mini Mogul Group founder Kristian Grant showed entrepreneurial spirit as a child.
Growing up, even if she never actually said she wanted to be an entrepreneur, the signs were always there Kristian Grant had big ideas that needed to get out. Read More
Urbaneer founder Bruce Thompson has undergrad experience in Spain to thank for tech career.
In the late 1980s, Bruce Thompson was struggling with Microsoft Excel while working at Hewlett Packard, so he posted a question on a forum connecting HP offices and left work for the day. Read More
East Grand Rapids High School graduate, city mayor Amna Seibold never thought she would return to serve community where she grew up.
Amna Seibold said when she graduated from East Grand Rapids High School and headed off to Albion College she was sure of one thing: She’d never move back to her hometown. Read More
Addiction specialist Sandy Dettmann turns life around after chronic illnesses had her living out of her car, struggling for her life.
Just a little more than five years ago, Dr. Sandy Dettmann was living out of her car, eating her meals at Mel Trotter Ministries and re-learning her multiplication tables. Read More
Alison Waske Sutter finds ‘perfect fit’ as manager of corporate responsibility for SpartanNash after originally pursuing law degree to work for EPA.
Alison Waske Sutter graduated with a bachelor’s degree in architecture, but she already knew she wanted to pursue a different career path. Read More
Financial advisor specializes in helping clients with dementia obtain financial security.
For many, financial planning can be as confounding as rocket science. Read More