With a $2 million annual budget and an all-star lineup of leaders, including former Lansing Mayor David Hollister, the
is preparing for some key staff changes.
According to excerpts from the article:
The Prima Civitas Foundation
is at somewhat of a critical juncture as three principal employees prepare to retire.
The Lansing-based nonprofit is in its fifth year as an economic development foundation serving mid-Michigan and other parts of the state.
David Hollister, 68, plans to retire as president and CEO in March 2011, while outgoing Executive Director Dennis Sykes, 64, retires in September and Irma Zuckerberg, 62, a project director, leaves after June 30.
The organization has been planning for the retirements, said Steven Bennett, acting executive director.
"It's going to be an opportunity for us to bring on new, fresh talent," Bennett said.
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