Adam D. Bruski, senior counsel with Warner Norcross + Judd LLP, has been named to the Business Council of the Midland County Inclusion Alliance.
Bruski will serve a one-year term on the council, which is committed to growing a diverse business community, serving both large corporations and small businesses. The council provides big-picture visibility for the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion to economic development, direct impact on business policy and practice that influences diverse community growth as well as sponsorship for initiatives to build an inclusive community.
Bruski focuses his practice on government contracting, export controls and real estate. Prior to joining Warner, Bruski worked for the Department of Defense at the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. and for the U.S. State Department at the Moscow Embassy and other locations around the world.
Active professionally and in the community, Bruski currently serves on the boards of the Arnold Center and Senior Services of Midland County and is a past president of the Chippewa Nature Center board. He is also a board advisor for the Michigan Chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association and a member of the National Contract Management Association. He speaks and writes regularly on a wide variety of issues.
Bruski is a member of the Federal Bar Association, State Bar of Michigan and Midland Bar Association. He has been recognized as a Rising Star by Michigan Super Lawyers Magazine
For more information about the Midland Business Inclusion Council, visit midlandinclusioncouncil.com/business-council
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