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Marcell Copeland

Marcell Copeland is a dispatcher and office administrator for the MAN Network, collaborative effort of Churches in the Osborn community (Detroit North East) to create a network of men that will take a responsible role in the community to provide safety, structure, and support.

Monica Bowman

Monica Bowman is the founder of the contemporary art gallery the Butcher’s Daughter in Midtown. 

Yodit Mesfin-Johnson

Yodit Mesfin-Johnson is the founder of Lips & Hips, a forum for real talk led by REAL women; a place to DREAM. PLAN. and DO.

Randall Fogelman

Randall Fogelman is the Vice President of Business Development at Eastern Market Corporation, the nonprofit organization that manages the historic Eastern Market district, and owner of Detroit Spice Co

Kate Daughdrill

Kate Daughdrill is the founder of Burnside Farm just north of Hamtramck, a place where art and agriculture intersect. 

Ingrid LaFleur

Ingrid LaFleur is the owner of Maison LaFleur, an art space with the goal of providing access to and enhancing the experience of contemporary art.

Flaco Shalom

Flaco Shalom is the founder of Untitled Bottega, an art gallery and performance space with a policy of saying "yes."  

Rick Sperling

Rick Sperling founded the Mosaic Youth Theatre in 1992 after two years of visiting Detroit and Pontiac schoolchildren.

Jesse Cory and Dan Armand

Jesse Cory and Dan Armand are the founders of 1xRUN, an e-commerce company specializing in limited edition time-released prints from international artists, and Inner State Gallery, a fine art gallery on the edge of Eastern Market.

Shaka Senghor

Shaka Senghor is an author, activist, and mentor. His current project called the Atonement Project is a partnership between Senghor, The University of Michigan, Theater Department and MIT Media Lab.

Ralph Taylor

Ralph Taylor is the owner of Caribbean Mardi Gras Productions, designing elaborate, meticuliusly-detailed Trinidadian Carnival-styled costumes for balls and parades all over the world. 

Amanda Uhle

Amanda Uhle is the Executive Director of 826michigan, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting students aged 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write.

Elizabeth Garlow

Elizabeth Garlow is the Executive Director of Michigan Corps, an organization that  connects michigan citizens globally to opportunities to help advance social innovation in the state.

Shamyle Nesfield

Shamyle Nesfield is the Interim CEO of Michigan Community Resources, which provides the legal, policy, education, outreach, planning and technical skills and resources community-based organizations and low-income communities need to revitalize and thrive.

Joel Peterson

Joel Peterson is the co-founder of Trinosophes, a cafe, performance venue, and art gallery that is constantly evolving.
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