"Wolverine's core mission is service to our members. We need a robust and capable communication staff to support our members and connect our employees working across the state," explained Eric Baker, Wolverine's President and Chief Executive Officer. "Wolverine and its members have an incredible story to tell," said Baker.
Mr. Curtis brings more than six years of communications experience in the areas of healthcare and hospital administration, having most recently served as Marketing Manager for McLaren Greater Lansing in Lansing. At McLaren, Mr. Curtis supported numerous hospital lines, departments, and physicians by developing and implementing marketing and communications strategies specific to each client's needs. Ms. Kielbasa was most recently employed at Heritage Broadcasting as a Media Consultant, creating marketing solutions to help clients reach their goals, including broadcast and digital advertising strategies, social media management, branding consultation, and website development. Both will start March 20.
Wolverine is a generation and transmission cooperative serving the wholesale power supply and transmission needs of seven member-owners: Cherryland Electric Cooperative (Grawn); Great Lakes Energy (Boyne City); HomeWorks Tri-County Electric Cooperative (Portland); Midwest Energy Cooperative (Cassopolis); Presque Isle Electric & Gas Co-op (Onaway); Spartan Renewable Energy (Cadillac); and Wolverine Power Marketing Cooperative (Cadillac).
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SOURCE Wolverine Power Cooperative