Right after this year's three-day conference "Drving Our Future Forward", Mark McDaniel, President & CEO, Cinnaire, REO Town, Lansing, MI, joined Chris Holman in the studio to review that recent 3-DAY "21st Annual Building Michigan Communities Conference."
Held at the Lansing Center, Mark shares all about Cinnaire's role, and connection to the event, and perspective on why it's second in the nation, only to California, for its type of conference.
Mark also reminds the business community about what Cinnaire does, and how they've grown over the past quarter-century.
To listen to Mark and Chris click the play button in the embedded SoundCloud PodCast shared directly below. As Mark mentions in the interview he opened the event with a session; "Building Healthy As
Mark mentions in the interview he opened the event with a session; "Building Healthy Michigan Communities". He was joined by Bri McKee, Habitat for Humanity of Kent County, Denny Sturtevant, Dwelling Place, Julie Cassidy, Michigan League for Public Policy, Lynn Hendges, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
It targeted an audience: Multi-family Developers, Single Family Developers, Homeless Service Providers, Nonprofit Organizations, Lenders, Local Government Officials or Staff, Realtors Learning Level:Beginner Building Michigan’s Communities:
As Mark says, "That is what we are all here for. More and more, everyone in our industry is focused on HEALTHY communities. What does that mean? What are industry leaders doing in their every day work to turn their focuses to building healthy communities? This opening session will help answer these questions and more." The session was an opportunity to explore the subject further with industry leaders. They addressed some statistics provided by the Michigan League for Public Policy and hear about what developers and community leaders are doing in their own communities. It was a chance to join the conversation and be a part of this positive change as they kicked off the 2019 Building Michigan Communities Conference.