Gladys and I have always taken The Kid to vote with us. Voting is just something we do as a family. I was a little surprised when The Kid told me yesterday at breakfast that she wanted to go vote with me. There is nothing exciting about voting, except watch...
Husband, father, blogger, student, Detroiter. All of these are accurate when used to describe me, yet these words only tell part of the story. I've been in political campaign fundraising, non-profit organization fundraising, retail grocery management and straight-commission sales.
I am currently the Director of Digital Media for the City of Detroit. Anything I say here is purely my opinion and does not reflect the official position of the City of Detroit, unless otherwise noted.
- Oakland UniversityMasters of Training and Development, 2010 - 2013
- Oakland UniversityPolitical Science
- Northwestern Michigan College
- Traverse City Senior High School
- Maple Valley High School
- City of DetroitDirector of Digital Media and Community Engagement, 2014 - 2015
- Answer SantiagoPartner, 2011 - 2013
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of MichiganSocial Media Coordinator, 2012 - 2014
- DTE EnergySocial Media Specialist, 2015 - present
Change Comes Wearing Red Shirts - Empowering Michigan
Normal Monday mornings for our DTE Corporate Communications team involves meetings, coffee and emails. Our Monday morning on August 1 was fa
Here’s what happens when you ‘like’ a brand on Facebook
Companies seem obsessed these days with getting you to 'like' them. But what does that really mean?
Ask a Content Guy: Where Should I Distribute My Content Marketing?
Despite all the social hype, you still need to start with email.
The Scarab Club hopes to boost visitors, membership with new brand campa...
Hey, Detroiter: See that brick building across the street from the Detroit Institute of Arts? The one with the great outdoor garden sandwich
Detroit announces plan to boost police officer pay
Collective-bargaining agreements include 4% wage increase, boost in starting salary. Mayor, police chief say moves are a step toward competi
Donaldson & Meier Home by Mayor's House Up for Auction
Photos via Detroit Land Bank Authority Built in 1925, this 2000-square-foot home just steps away from Kid Rock's house and the Manoogian Man
2015 Yard Waste Collection Ends for Detroit Residents November 28
The City of Detroit, through its contractors, will continue to collect yard waste through Saturday, November 28. Residents can put leaves in
LeDuff Takes Credit for Drop in Price of Demolition Contracts that Were ...
· Demolition Prices Dropped Before LeDuff’s First Story. · His Response: You’re Welcome!
Duggan: Detroit getting $21 million for blight demo
The city will get more funding to take on blight, an effort Mayor Duggan has been pushing since he took office.
Returning Citizen Given Second Chance as DDOT Bus Driver
Edward Jackson is not your typical bus driver. His enthusiasm for his job is deeper than a paycheck, it is a second chance at life. His past
4 Things Every Detroiter Needs to Know About Angels' Night
For over 20 years, Detroiters have rallied to patrol their communities during the last three days of October. Angels’ Night was developed in
Hello Detroit: Amazon Introduces Corporate Office in the D
-Detroit office will be a growing technology hub for Amazon. -Amazon now has hundreds of employees across the state of Michigan. -Amazon wil
New Fund Provides Greater Access for Detroit's Minority Owned Businesses
The Entrepreneurs of Color Fund is a new $6.4 million lending program for Detroit-based minority businesses.
JPMorgan Chase Launches $6.5 million Loan Fund for Detroit's Minority-Ow...
Entrepreneurs of Color Fund to provide financing to contractors, small retailers and service businesses.
New DPD-schools partnership helps prepare Detroit youth for careers in l...
50 students from Cody High School and University Prep Academy will make up first class. 3-year program will provide graduates a head start o