Joseph L. Hudson IV

Member, Board of Trustees at Hudson-Webber Foundation

Joseph L. Hudson IV

Joseph L. Hudson IV

Member, Board of Trustees at Hudson-Webber Foundation

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Vice Chairman & Chief Administrative Officer at DTE Energy Co.

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Member (Attorney) at Clark Hill Plc

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Co-Founder at New Detroit, Inc.

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President, Healthcare Operations & Chief Operating Officer at Henry Ford Health System, Inc.

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Escambia Enterprises LLC

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Principal at Miller Canfield PLC

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Partner at Quantum Group LLC

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Chief Executive Officer at M-1 Rail

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Ralph C Wilson Foundation

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Trustee at Hudson-Webber Foundation

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Joseph L. Hudson IV
Member, Board of Trustees at Hudson-Webber Foundation
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The basic purpose of the Hudson-Webber Foundation is to improve the vitality and quality of life of the metropolitan Detroit community. The Foundation concentrates its giving primarily within the City of Detroit and has a particular interest in the revitalization of the urban core because this area is a focus for community activity and pride and is of critical importance to the vitality of the entire metropolitan community. Since 1939, the Foundation has provided grants totaling over $160 million, 98% of which has been given to institutions and programs directly benefiting the metropolitan Detroit area. During 2011, the Foundation provided grants totaling more than $6 million. At present, the Foundation concentrates its efforts and resources in support of projects within four program missions, each of which has a significant effect upon the vitality and quality of life of the community. In addition, in 2008 the Foundation adopted a goal of attracting and retaining 15,000 new, young talented Detroiters to live and work in Greater Downtown Detroit by 2015 (the “15×15 Initiative”).

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