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News | February 2, 2024
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Troy Cumings Elected to Michigan Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Warner Norcross + Judd LLP Partner Troy Cumings has been elected to Michigan Chamber of Commerce’s board of directors. The term is a two-year commitment.

Cumings is one of thirteen new nominees elected, comprising of 82 seats from Michigan employers, including one local chamber representative and one association executive representative. The board of directors help shape the work and policies to foster economic growth and prosperity for all throughout the state of Michigan.

Founded in 1959, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce works to ensure Michigan is the best place to do business, live, work and play. It acts as the unified voice of approximately 5,000 businesses of every size and industry in all 83 counties as well as trade associations and local chambers of commerce, collectively employing over a million Michiganders.

Troy Cumings specializes in achieving solutions to complex and contentious government affairs issues. He has served as a primary advocate for some of the most polarizing and high-profile issues in Michigan over the past 10 years. Cumings is regarded as one of the lead proponents in the state on environmental policy, but has extensive experience with a myriad of other policy areas, including health care, child welfare, tax, economic incentives, labor, energy, mining, licensing, religious issues and banking. One of the top campaign-finance and election lawyers in the state, he regularly represents statewide candidates and ballot initiatives, local and state public officials, PACs, nonprofit entities and political parties.

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