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Community Engagement: Jobs Landed

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Jessica Levine

I’m a marketing coordinator for Canton Leisure Services and a Johns Hopkins University student pursuing a master’s degree in digital communication. This fully-online program addresses how to use the Internet and social media to reach out to diverse audiences and how to incorporate digital with traditional communication campaigns; the coursework accordingly compliments my professional experiences with Facebook, Twitter, Paperlinks, and an email newsletter service. We’re currently promoting the Canton Liberty Fest (a community event, with elephant ears and fireworks) via Instagram. My coworkers are lovely.

Job Title: Marketing Coordinator
Company: Canton Leisure Services
College: Grand Valley State University, Bachelor of Arts, Professional Writing, Allendale, MI

Erik Dotzauer

The Depot Town Community Development Corporation maintains, operates and funds improvements for Riverside and Frog Island Parks in Ypsilanti.  As the executive director, my duties include strategic planning, public relations and promotion, fundraising and event planning.

Job Title: Executive Director
Company: Depot Town Community Development Corporation
College: Eastern Michigan University, Urban Planning, Ypsilanti, MI

Josh Humbel

I oversee YMCA teen programs including, but not limited to, Summer Camps, Youth in Government, Teen Afterschool, Youth Volunteer Corps and Leader's Club.  My responsibilities include staff hiring and supervision, program management and implementation and general oversight of these programs and other events.

Job Title: Youth and Teens Director
Company: Ann Arbor YMCA
College: Michigan State University, College of Human Ecology, Family and Community Services, East Lansing, MI

Colby W. Spencer

My responsibilities Include: Writing white papers on assets of 21st Century Communities, Researching legislation issue that are pertinent to communities in Michigan and presenting consolidated information from the research, outlining economic proposals for community initiatives and working with towns and cities in Michigan on becoming true 21st Century competitive places.

Job Title: 21st Century Communities Project Coordinator and Research Intern
Company: Michigan Municipal League
College: Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, Master of Public Administration, New York, NY

Amy Klinke

I am the Assistant Director of Small Company Initiatives.  I have a split appointment between the Center for Entrepreneurship and Corporate Relations at the College of Engineering.  The focus of my work is to engage small companies and community partners to build the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Job Title: Assistant Director of Small Companies
Company: University of Michigan
College: Washington University, Social Work, Economic and Social Development, St. Louis, MO

Sandra Maki

I am the facilitator of really awesome and amazing connection opportunities for local entrepreneurs and small businesses. I am responsible for overseeing the coworking facility that the InSights Group offers, coordinating classes and networking events, creating new classes and material. Social Media Trainer and Organic Marketing Program Creator and getting people to think about fun and new ways to market their business.

Job Title: First Lady, Co-Founder
Company: InSights Group
College: Ashford University, BA Psychology, AA Business Administration, Clinton, IA

Monica Marie Jones

I facilitate trainings for other trainers and youth workers based upon the best practice, research based participatory learning approach. I am also an author of fiction, poetry, self-help and youth development materials.  See http://www.monicamariejones.com for more information.

Job Title: Trainer and Consultant/Author
Company: Weikart Center for Youth Program
College: University of Michigan, Masters of Social Work, Interpersonal Practice with Children and Youth Minor in Community Organizing, Ann Arbor, MI

Derrick Jackson

As the Director of Community Engagement my job is to build relationships & trust with our citizens, engaging them as partners, retraining and equipping our deputies with the skills required, and having the resources necessary to fully implement a community policing philosophy aimed at enhancing the quality of life for our citizens. As with many law enforcement agencies, our goal is not only to keep our neighborhoods safe, but to build strong communities. I believe however, that the best way to do so is through non-traditional, proactive, strategic partnerships with the community instead of more formalized mechanisms that are based on traditional, reactive, enforcement-based policing. Deputies that fully understand the communities they work in, are willing to have an open and transparent dialogue with neighbors, are committed to adapting strategies where appropriate because of community concerns and priorities, are focused on establishing trust with residents, and are willing to maximize opportunities to deliver police services in partnership with the community are essential for our success.

Job Title: Director of Community Engagement
Company: Washtenaw County
College: University of Michigan, Social Work, Ann Arbor, MI

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