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From the article: The co-founder and CEO of a statewide PR firm with a local office is retiring from her role and considering a career in politics. Kelly Rossman-McKinney, of Lansing-based Truscott Rossman, which has an office in Grand Rapids, will retire in June 2018 from the firm she has co-led since founding it in Read more about GRBJ: PR firm CEO retiring and considering politics[…]
From the article: “It’s incumbent on me to walk the talk,” she said, adding she’s one of 25 women who are part of the Emerge Michigan program, which is working to get Democratic women elected. “I’ve been training and coaching people who have attained public office. So why not me?” Read the article here.
From the article: She said she previously hadn’t considered public office, but is nearing retirement from the private sector and said the fact that Jones’ seat will be open in 2018 was a motivating factor. She is a member of the 2017 class of Emerge Michigan, an organization that recruits potential female Democratic candidates; Rossman-McKinney Read more about Crain’s Detroit: Kelly Rossman-McKinney to retire from Truscott Rossman, run for state Senate[…]