Meet the host of Voices of Michigan Education – Mark Gilman

Mark GilmanMark Gilman is host of the Voices of Michigan Education.

Gilman began his career as a radio and newspaper reporter, stringing for CBS, ABC, CNN and Mutual Radio, and eventually managed talk radio stations across the country and hosted daily shows in Washington, D.C., Boston, Austin, Detroit, Houston, Baltimore, Tucson and Albuquerque. He served as Capitol Hill bureau chief and Pentagon correspondent, and has appeared on CNN, Fox, Fox Family Channel, and CBS’ 60 Minutes.

Gilman is president of Decus Communications, a strategic marketing and communications company, with offices in Clarkston, Mich., and Charlotte, N.C.


One Response

  1. Hi Mark,
    I have an excellent expert for your program Voices of Michigan Education, Jack Bender author, speaker and professional.
    If vocation is about doing what you “can’t not do,” then Jack Bender’s vocation is thinking, speaking, and writing about the workplace. This involves addressing the subjects of power, relationships and personal growth, among many other topics.
    His formal workplace experiences include positions of US Army officer, prison music teacher, cashier, laborer, salesperson, disc jockey, computer programmer, musician, heavy equipment operator and public school teacher.
    Bender currently speaks, writes and facilitates large group work as well as mediating a variety of conflict resolution cases. He holds a BME from Central Michigan University and a Specialist in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University.
    Please let me know if you would like additional information.
    I look forward to hearing from you.
    Babs Chandrasoma
    PR by the Book

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