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Dawn Harding

Dawn Harding serves as Administrative Assistant for Administration, Communications, Government Affairs and Public Policy. She assists with special projects and provides administrative support to the Vice President of Government Affairs and Public Policy, Vice President of Marketing and Communications, and Vice President of Public Policy and Economic Development. Dawn also plays a supportive role in the organization’s events, board meetings and outreach activities.

Dawn holds an associate’s degree from Baker College and a continuing legal education certificate. She has more than sixteen years’ experience in a law office, serving as a paralegal and legal assistant.

She also has previous experience as a police cadet and executive assistant for the city of Taylor.

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One More Item On Our 2018 To-Do List

Dec 12, 2018

Leading What’s Next… As we come to the end of another calendar year, it’s great to reflect on all that has been accomplished. We’ve made new strides in connecting business with...

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BLM releases 2018 statewide economic benchmarking data

Nov 12, 2018

DETROIT, Mich.—Business Leaders for Michigan (BLM), the state’s business roundtable, released a major report on the state’s economic performance Monday, highlighting the impact of key policy and...

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The real State of the State: Amid boom times, potholes line Michigan’s economic path

Feb 11, 2019

CHAD LIVENGOOD   February 10, 2019  There are potholes in Michigan — and not just in the roads. Potholes in household income. Potholes in the percentage of working adults. Potholes in student ach...

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Bridge Magazine: With flat budget, Gov. Whitmer’s search for Michigan road money gets harder

Jan 15, 2019

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is expected to outline her policy vision for roads in her inaugural State of the State address in February, while her first budget proposal is anticipated to roll out in March. G...

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2019 Goal: Finding Common Ground

Jan 15, 2019

2018 was a great year for Michigan, as we hit record lows in our unemployment rate, our population ticked up slightly and construction began on the Gordie Howe International Bridge Project. With a new...

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