Category: Mackinac Policy Conference

6/01/23: One Detroit Special Episode – The 2023 Mackinac Policy Conference: Key conversations from the island

One Detroit shares key conversations from the Detroit Regional Chamber’s 2023 Mackinac Policy Conference and explores how this year’s theme, “The Power of &,” can move Michigan forward through partnership and collaborative efforts. This episode features Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Mark Cuban, Bill Ford, Richard Florida, Dr. Nikolai Vitti and more.

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2022 Mackinac Policy Conference

The annual Mackinac Policy Conference returns May 31–June 3, 2022, bringing together business, community and policy leaders to collaborate on some of the biggest issues facing Michigan.

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Christy McDonald to Step Down as Weekly Anchor of Detroit Public TV’s ‘One Detroit’

Christy McDonald, the longtime anchor and managing editor of “One Detroit,” has announced her intention to leave that position in mid-January, in order to devote more time to expanding her career pursuits. McDonald created and transformed “One Detroit” into a leading model of local journalism, shot mainly on location and deeply rooted in the diverse communities of Metro Detroit. 

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2021 Mackinac Policy Conference

Hosted by the Detroit Regional Chamber, the iconic Mackinac Policy Conference will be held in person this fall to focus on critical regional issues of government, policy and economics.

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