CEO Podcasts: Conversations on Economic Opportunity, Bob Guenzel
Ann Arbor SPARK CEO Podcasts: Conversations on Economic Opportunity capture the flavor of my one-on-one conversations with over one hundred key economic leaders in the region, including private sector CEOs, elected and appointed public sector leaders, and the executive leadership of key non-profit and academic institutions. The podcast series is designed to not only highlight that expertise, but also make it available to others who could benefit from the wisdom those business leaders can share.
Bob Guenzel devoted four decades of his life to serving Washtenaw County. Guenzel graduated from the University of Michigan and practiced labor law in Washtenaw County, beginning in 1973, before his election to the County Board. Guenzel served as the Washtenaw County Administrator for fifteen years (1995-2010).
Guenzel currently serves on the boards of the Washtenaw Housing Alliance, Washtenaw Health Plan, The Ark, and Ann Arbor SPARK.
In my conversation with Bob Guenzel, Bob discusses the Ann Arbor economy and community in the 1970s, and its growth over time. He also talks about his term as Washtenaw County Administrator and his approach to economic development through a time of technological change.
Check out more CEO Podcasts: Conversations on Economic Opportunity with Ann Arbor SPARK CEO Paul Krutko on the Ann Arbor SPARK website!