Be sure to join us at the Congregational Church of Birmingham, 1000 Cranbrook Road near Woodward in Bloomfield Hills for our next meeting on on Wednesday, March 14th at 7:30pm.
Our featured speaker will be Congressman Sander Levin, ranking member of House Ways and Means, who for the first time will represent part of our BB Dems area due to redistricting will be at our meeting. If he can't come due to a Congressional requirement to stay in D.C. he will be represented by Andy Levin, club member and former candidate for state senate. Andy will focus on the current political situation, the effects of redistricting on our club, and our role in winning a big victory in November. (He will also describe his new renewable energy business.)
Kevin Howley, running for Oakland County Executive will also address our meeting. For the last 25 years he has served as an executive in the private and nonprofit sectors including publishing, computer services, printing and direct marketing, with a focus on driving revenue growth and achieving operating improvements in companies faced with changing market conditions. He also has provided interim CEO services for nonprofit organizations in transition. Kevin is a graduate of Kalamazoo College, Harvard Business School (MBA) and Harvard Kennedy School (MPP).
BB Dems President Matthew Lund invites attendance by Birmingham-Bloomfield residents interested in issues of concern to the area. Further information is available by contacting Lund at 313-259-7110 or through the club's website, http://www.bbdems.org.