Alumni share expertise on policy making at Wayne Law


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Four Wayne State University Law School alumni discussed "Policy Making" on Thursday, Jan. 28, as part of the Wayne Law Alumni Speaker Series.

Featured alumni were:

- Chris Bzdok, class of 1996, a partner at Olson Bzdok and Howard in Traverse City. He was mayor of Traverse City from 2009 to 2011 and has served on the Traverse City Commission, Traverse City Downtown Development Authority and Traverse City Light and Power board.

- Jehan Crump-Gibson, class of 2009, who founded C&G Solutions PLC, a specialized firm that provides legal and consulting services. She is former deputy chief of staff for the Detroit City Council and president-elect for the Wolverine Bar Association.

- Sheila Cummings, class of 2002, deputy clerk/register of deeds for Oakland County. Previously, she was the Democratic legal counsel for the Michigan House of Representatives. In 2008, she served as a senior advisor for health and reproductive rights at the National Women's Law Center.

- Michael Taylor, class of 2008, a partner at the law firm of Davis Burket Savage Listman Taylor in Mount Clemens. He is mayor of Sterling Heights and has served on the Sterling Heights City Council.

Randal Brown, Wayne County chief assistant corporation counsel of the Real Estate, Tax and Public Services Division, moderated the discussion.

Published: Mon, Feb 08, 2016