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Making A Pointe

A TED Talk-like presentation addressing the challenges, successes and innovations found in our evolving community and regional and national trends affecting Grosse Pointe and Metro Detroit. Speaking include Kathleen Mullins, President and CEO of the Edsel and Eleanor Ford House Sandy Barauh, President and CEO of the Detroit Regional Chamber Ed Russell, Owner of Russell Development, and Graig Donnelly, Director, Detroit Revitalization Fellows, Wayne State University Grosse Pointe Schools Student Representative

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