Profiles of individuals who are leading West Michigan organizations.
Acrisure CEO leads growing global insurance brokerage with a vision outside his line of sight.
Gregory Williams is not the kind of guy who rests on his laurels. Read More
New airport CEO Torrance Richardson’s interest in airplanes started as child attending airshows.
Torrance Richardson said he always knew he wanted to work in an industry related to airplanes. His father worked on avionics equipment while in the U.S. Navy, and Richardson grew up attending airshows. Read More
Comfort Research co-founder Matt Jung initially struggled to redefine his business’s beliefs.
Matt Jung said he believes in simplicity, not just for his company’s famously oversized beanbag chairs, but also for crafting a company culture that attracts and retains people who do the right thing, expect the best and find a better way, the company’s core values. Read More
Owner of Alliant Enterprises assists veterans reacclimating into society.
As a former member of the U.S. Air Force, Bob Taylor understands what it means to be a military veteran and works to helps others like him. Read More
DE&I leader at D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s wants all staff, families and children to feel valued — ‘no asterisks.’
Andre Daley said he believes that when D.A. Blodgett-St. John’s employees can bring their full selves to the table at work, they will be better able to help the children and families they serve to feel safe, nurtured and valued. Read More
Winsome Kirton finds her calling as an artistic entrepreneur after initial decision to study pre-med.
Winsome Kirton is her own boss. The 30-year-old is the co-founder of Pack Elephant, a business-to-business gifting platform that allows artisans and entrepreneurs to sell and market their products to different businesses. Read More