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Grant BrooksGrant Brooks
In order to create a successful future for Southeast Michigan, we must have an educated and engaged public. Grant’s blog posts will focus on important messages for residents on how their daily habits can improve quality of life for themselves and their neighbors.

Grant is the Communications Specialist for the Membership/External Affairs Group at SEMCOG. Grant meets regularly with SEMCOG members to assure a quality membership experience, and to educate the public about SEMCOG’s outreach programs. Grant has a diverse professional background with seven years of teaching experience, and six years with SEMCOG. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in English and African American Studies from Western Michigan University, and a Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Eastern Michigan University.

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