Profiles of individuals who are leading West Michigan organizations.
Despite not being technically savvy, Rutherford and Associates president sets himself apart with business expertise.
When Michael Rutherford founded Rutherford and Associates in 1986, his brother, Paul, was in high school, but being a business insider in a room full of tech gurus set the younger Rutherford apart and propelled him into his current role as president of the growing tech company. Read More
New Metro Health – University of Michigan Health president and CEO believes patients benefit with better collaboration between health systems.
Peter Hahn said he has always known he wanted to be a doctor. Read More
Sara Moylan leads sports bra company to three-year average of $3M in revenue and three-year growth rate of 2,770 percent.
During her first pregnancy more than 15 years ago, Sara Moylan became increasingly frustrated, as she couldn’t find a supportive enough bra to wear during her workouts. Read More
Associate director of Grand Rapids Civic Theatre’s school wants more children to enjoy main stage production.
In a time when the emphasis on art programs largely has been ignored in public schools across the country, Allyson Paris is determined to make theater relevant and easily accessible to people of all ages. Read More