Molly Luempert-Coy, Regional Manager of DTE Energy
Molly Luempert-Coy discusses the challenges DTE Energy has faced in the aftermath of the Dundee tornado and the recent spate of storms.[audio:http://www.lucyannlance.com/audio/062110/coy.mp3]
Mark Hodesh, Owner of Downtown Home & Graden_
Mark Hodesh talks about Downtown Home & Garden, the place to go to find things for the gourmet cook & urban gardener in Ann Arbor.[audio:http://www.lucyannlance.com/audio/062110/home.mp3]
Ken Fil, Ann Arbor Businessman
With a background in engineering and numerous business entities to his credit, Ken Fil of Van Winkle Mattress isn’t resting on his product line, he’s now motoring around town on the Ann Arbor Ad Train. Listen below to find out how this Ann Arbor Ad Train came to be.[audio:http://www.lucyannlance.com/audio/062110/fil.mp3]
Tony Dearing, Chief Content Officer, AnnArbor.com
Tony Dearing discusses the web format of AnnArbor.com and the new ways they’re cultivating community in Ann Arbor and the future of journalism.
Matthew Raupp, Saline Teen Weather Spotter
Matthew Raupp, a 19-year-old Grand Valley State University Junior, is a storm chaser who has chased nearly every severe thunderstorm and tornado in or near Washtenaw County since 2004. Listen below to hear him talk about his recent experiences chasing the recent storms that have been hitting the area.[audio:http://www.lucyannlance.com/audio/062110/raupp.mp3]
Business Review Roundtable with Paula Gardner & Nathan Bomey of Ann Arbor.com
Paula Gardner & Nathan Bomey discuss everything from University of Michigan President Mary Sue Coleman’s trip to China to the high rate of foreclosures in Washtenaw County this year.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Andrew Brix, Energy Program Manager, City of Ann Arbor
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Dr. Ora Pescovitz, CEO of the University of Michigan Health System
The UM Hospitals & Health Centers in Ann Arbor is exceeding its financial projections and is expected to double its projected fiscal 2010 operating margin. Dr. Pescovitz talks about the future of the UM Health System, the role of the new North Campus Research Complex, and how the national health care program will impact the way hospitals do business.