LEAP Announces 2017 Officer Slate

LEAP Executive Committee Expands to Serve the Growing Lansing Region 

LANSING, Mich. – The Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) is pleased to announce the 2017 Officer Slate as presented and approved at its Board of Directors and Annual Meeting on Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at Dean Transportation Conference Center, Lansing, MI.

By a unanimous vote of the full Board of Directors, the 2017 LEAP Office Slate, was approved as follows:

2017 Executive Committee Officer Slate

Chair – Steve Curran, Harvest Creative Services
Vice-Chair – Jeff Wesley, Two Men and A Truck
Treasurer – April Clobes, MSU Federal Credit Union
Secretary – Jim Robinson, Farm Bureau Insurance
At-Large – Edythe Hatter-Williams, Capital Area Michigan Works!
At-Large – Daryl Adams, Spartan Motors
At-Large – Steve Reynolds, AF Group
Past Chair – Steve Roznowski, Christman Company

2017 Steering Committee At-Large Seats

County – Robert Showers, Clinton County
City – Mayor Mark Meadows, City of East Lansing
Township – Marcus Braman, Windsor Charter Township
Small Business – Brent Forsberg, T.A. Forsberg
Small Business –  Mark Clouse, George F. Eyde Family, LLC
Small Business – Mark Quimby, SME
Small Business –  Peter Kubacki, Dart Bank
Small Business –  Timothy Jewell, Eaton Federal Savings Bank

“As Chairman of LEAP, I have the privilege of serving alongside a Board of Directors who are deeply committed to the economic development of the tri-county region. The board is comprised mainly of top corporate stakeholders, as well as top public sector leadership, all of whom invest in LEAP and its exceptional team to produce the kind of measurable results that make us one of the fastest growing regions in the state.” said LEAP Board Chair, Steve Curran, President & Creative Director, Harvest Creative Services.

“The continued growth of both LEAP and the Board of Directors is a true testament to the amazing investment and job growth that is occurring across all of the global Lansing region.”  “LEAP looks forward to another great year of helping families live better lives through a good choice of jobs, creating a robust entrepreneurial culture, generating new revenue for government services, cleaning contaminated sites, and putting back on the tax rolls blighted and obsolete buildings and properties.” said Bob Trezise, President & CEO, LEAP.

To learn more about LEAP, please visit us online at: www.purelansing.com


About LEAP

The Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) is a coalition of area leaders partnering to build a stronger community for all—working every day to grow, retain and attract business.