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Jessica Black

I supervise the Customer Service office for Parks and Recreation services as well as all rentals and events within City parks and parks facilities. I spend lots of time working with the public and non-profits to create wonderful opportunities for events in our Parks.

Job Title: Facility Supervisor, Parks and Recreation
Company: City of Ann Arbor
College: Eastern Michigan University, College of Business, Ypsilanti, MI
 


Chantal R. Cotton

I'm responsible for responding to the needs of the residents of the City of Ypsilanti.  I work on special projects as assigned by the City Manager and Assistant City Manager, one of which, is the administrative work for the renovation of the Historic Ypsilanti Freight House grant.  Along with special projects, I interact with the public by hearing their concerns and finding answers for them.  This job provides such a great level of interaction with the community while working on administrative government tasks.  I truly love this type of work.

Job Title: Management Assistant
Company: City of Ypsilanti
College: University of Michigan, Dual Masters, Gerald R. Ford Public Policy and Taubman College of Urban and Regional Planning, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Rochelle Pribyl

I will still be a Unit Secretary which is something I enjoy doing.  It's definitely never the same day twice.  I am a part of what is called the Unit Team which consists of the Unit Manager, 2 Counselors, 2 Case Managers, and myself as the Unit Secretary.  Each member plays a crucial part in helping each other do their job.  The Counselor works with the daily problems inmates may have while inside, while the Case Manager handles an inmate's case as far as preparing for releasing and what they are doing to help themselves while in prison. The paperwork filters down from each and I do a little bit of everything to help make their jobs easier.  As the Unit Secretary I am tasked with completing the releasing inmates paperwork, any transfers (medical, or institution), filing, running rosters (basically to see when an inmate is releasing), routing of any and all paperwork, handling routine inquiries, checks reports for errors, create inmate central files and maintain strict accountability of central files until transfer, or release from a halfway house.  Any employee for the BOP is also responsible for the security of the institution as we are all seen as Correctional Workers first.

Job Title: Unit Secretary
Company: Federal Bureau of Prisons
College: University of Nebraska, Bachelor of Science, Criminal Justice, Omaha, NE
 


Alicia Thomas

I am in charge of supporting the compensation and employee development functions of HR for the City of Ann Arbor.


Job Title: HR Coordinator
Company: City of Ann Arbor
College: Eastern Michigan University, B.B.A. Business Management, M.S. Human Resources and Organizational Developlment, Ypsilanti, MI
 


Kimberly Mortson

I worked as a reporter/editor for about a decade after college. I then worked as a corporate communications/marketing officer for a healthcare system in metro Detroit. I was responsible for employee communications, executive visibility opportunities, CEO/COO speech writing, etc.

Now, at the City of Ann Arbor, I provide communication, marketing and graphic design support for the Community Services Area. This includes Planning & Development, Community Development and Parks & Recreation. I create everything from marketing plans and press releases to brochures, posters and flyers promoting our programs and services.

In the past few months I've been excited to help debut several social media tools including Twitter for Parks & Recreation (www.twitter.com/a2parks) and Community Development (www.twitter.com/annarborcd) and a Facebook page for Parks & Recreation (www.facebook.com/annarbor.parks). These are fantastic tools to continue the conversations we have with customers, promote our activities, inform visitors/citizens about special events/news in real-time. I'm also excited to be using photo storytelling Web sites such as Whrrl.com and animoto.com for Parks & Recreation.

I've definitely been able to combine my experience as a journalist and photographer with skills in marketing, graphic design and internal communications to work on some really great projects.  I launched the branding campaign for Parks & Recreation: "Life's more than a walk in a park." I'm always looking for new and different ways to promote Parks & Recreation in Ann Arbor and all of the wonderful ways we're able to enhance people's quality of life in the parks.

Job Title: Communications Liaison, Community Services Area
Company: City of Ann Arbor
College: Central Michigan University, Journalism, Marketing, Mt. Pleasant, MI
 


Lisa Schrader

I work in an environment where no two days are the same.  As a social worker in the mental health field, I provide therapy, coordination of care, and case management services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness who live in Washtenaw County.  This means that I spend part of my time providing supportive services to ensure that their basic needs (shelter, housing, food, clothing, medications, etc.) are being met either through our agency's services or through other community resources, and part of my time providing individual and group therapy services. My position is in an outpatient clinic, working alongside psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and other administrative professionals.  I also have the opportunity to collaborate with various health systems and other social service agencies in the community, like Fresh Start Clubhouse, Catholic Social Services, Avalon Housing, etc.  Although there is no "typical day" at my office, I love empowering the people I work with to accomplish their goals and make strides in their recovery from mental illness.

Job Title: Mental Health Professional
Company: Washtenaw County
College: Univeristy of Michigan, Master of Social Work, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Ed Golembiewski

As Deputy City Clerk my job description is fairly broad and includes working with the City Clerk to administer elections, retain records, serve the Mayor and City Council, issue certain licenses and permits, and greet and assist residents and other customers in various requests. As the unofficial “front office” of City Hall and primary contact for the public regarding City Council actions, quite a few unique items come through my office on a regular basis, keeping tasks diverse and always interesting.

At the City of Ypsilanti we take pride in accomplishing a lot with modest staff levels, and I feel fortunate to be a part of an organization employing some of the most talented and versatile professionals in local government.

Job Title: Deputy City Clerk
Company: City of Ypsilanti
College: Eastern Michigan University, College of Business, Bachelor of Business Administration, Ypsilanti, MI
 


Lisa Schrader

I work in an environment where no two days are the same.  As a social worker in the mental health field, I provide therapy, coordination of care, and case management services to adults with severe and persistent mental illness who live in Washtenaw County.  This means that I spend part of my time providing supportive services to ensure that their basic needs (shelter, housing, food, clothing, medications, etc.) are being met either through our agency's services or through other community resources, and part of my time providing individual and group therapy services. My position is in an outpatient clinic, working alongside psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and other administrative professionals.  I also have the opportunity to collaborate with various health systems and other social service agencies in the community, like Fresh Start Clubhouse, Catholic Social Services, Avalon Housing, etc.  Although there is no "typical day" at my office, I love empowering the people I work with to accomplish their goals and make strides in their recovery from mental illness.

Job Title: Mental Health Professional
Company: Washtenaw County
College: Univeristy of Michigan, Master of Social Work, Ann Arbor, MI
 


Ed Golembiewski

As Deputy City Clerk my job description is fairly broad and includes working with the City Clerk to administer elections, retain records, serve the Mayor and City Council, issue certain licenses and permits, and greet and assist residents and other customers in various requests. As the unofficial “front office” of City Hall and primary contact for the public regarding City Council actions, quite a few unique items come through my office on a regular basis, keeping tasks diverse and always interesting.

At the City of Ypsilanti we take pride in accomplishing a lot with modest staff levels, and I feel fortunate to be a part of an organization employing some of the most talented and versatile professionals in local government.

Job Title: Deputy City Clerk
Company: City of Ypsilanti
College: Eastern Michigan University, College of Business, Bachelor of Business Administration, Ypsilanti, MI
 


Lonnie Scott

I work with the Representative on all legislative initiatives and meet with constituents and address constituent issues/concerns.  My Responsibilities include organizing daily tasks, tracking legislation and maintaining positive constituent relations. Additional responsibilities include maintaining the district e-newsletter and preparation of materials for legislative committees, session and district events.

Job Title: Legislative Aide
Company: Michigan House of Democrats
College: Central Michigan University, Political Science
 


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