Inside the Mackinac Policy Conference – Part 2

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Brian Calley and Chuck Gaidica at the Mackinac Policy Conference



About the Show
For the next few episodes, we’re doing something a little different. We were recently invited up to the Mackinac Policy Conference held each year on Mackinac Island and thought it’d be a great opportunity to talk to attendees about their health journeys, as well as how some guests are serving health initiatives that impact the community around them. We hope you enjoy these bonus episodes, and we will look forward to bringing you our next regular episode on June 13th.
On today’s bonus episode, we’ll be talking with President and Chief Executive Officer of CMS Energy and its principal subsidiary, Consumers Energy, Patti Poppe; President of the Small Business Association of Michigan, Brian Calley; SVP over public affairs & communications of Michigan Health and Hospitals Association, Ruthie Sudderth; and President and CEO of the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Michigan Chapter, Jennifer Lepard.
Note: We had technical issues during Brian Calley’s interview.

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