President of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan to Leave the Organization

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Margaret Trimer-Hartley, President and CEO of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, Inc., has announced her resignation from Junior Achievement as of March 9, 2018.

We greatly appreciate Margaret’s leadership and all she has accomplished during her two years with Junior Achievement.

Margaret Trimer-Hartley, President and CEO of Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, Inc., has announced her resignation from Junior Achievement as of March 9, 2018. Margaret is leaving for a new role where she will direct corporate communications and corporate citizenship for Delta Dental of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.

"Margaret’s service to Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan has been invaluable," commented Mike Dolson, JA Area Board Chair. "She has passion for the JA mission, increased JA students impacted and brought greater visibility to the JA organization. We greatly appreciate Margaret’s leadership and all she has accomplished during her two years with Junior Achievement."

Last year, JA of Southeastern Michigan reached 54,673 students and was awarded the 5 Star Award and the prestigious National Peak Performance Team Award from Junior Achievement USA.

The JA of Southeastern Michigan Board of Directors and staff thank Margaret for her commitment to the youth of Southeast Michigan and wish her well as she begins her new role with Delta Dental.

A search for the next President and CEO will commence immediately.

For additional information please contact Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan at 313.962.2550.

About Junior Achievement® (JA) of Southeastern Michigan

Nearly 55,000 young people will be impacted by Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan programs this year in partnership with 2,539 dedicated volunteers. JA programs change lives by giving young people the tools to thrive and teaching three crucial lessons: personal financial responsibility, workforce readiness and entrepreneurial thinking. JA inspires and prepares young people to succeed in a global economy. This mission is accomplished through volunteers who take the time to teach JA, provide role model behavior and establish a mentoring relationship with students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Junior Achievement serves ten counties in Southeastern Michigan including Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Livingston, Monroe, St. Clair, Shiawassee, Lapeer and Genesee.

Visit http://www.jamichigan.org to learn how you can help.

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