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Sabrina Keeley

Sabrina Keeley is Chief Operating Officer for Business Leaders for Michigan. She is responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of the organization, overseeing the execution of the organization’s work plan, managing major events and Board member engagement.

Prior to her work at BLM, Sabrina was the President and CEO of the Ann Arbor Area Chamber of Commerce, where she advocated on behalf of the business community. She also served for over 10 years as the Chief Operating Officer and Interim CEO of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, where she helped lead the transformation of state economic development policy and service delivery. Earlier in her career, Sabrina held various positions in state government, including Executive Director of the Michigan Education Trust and positions with the Michigan Department of Treasury and Michigan State Housing Development Authority.

Sabrina graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Marketing.

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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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BLM 2Q 2019 economic forecast: Business leaders predict stable growth for Michigan, U.S.

Jul 31, 2019

Capital investment, job growth expected to remain stable over next 6–12 months but growing number see downturn ahead DETROIT— A majority of Michigan business leaders expect to continue or boost th...

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After 10 years of steady growth, Michigan’s economy faces headwinds

Jul 11, 2019

As of July, the U.S. economic recovery from the Great Recession is now the longest in American history, dating to the 1850s. Yet several factors are emerging that could leave the state more vulnerable...

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Editorial: Time is now to make roads funding deal

Jun 26, 2019

A coalition of business advocates last week had a simple message for legislators: Fix the roads before you hit the road. The Michigan Chamber of Commerce, Business Leaders for Michigan, the Detroit Re...

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