Mitch Dennison is the former National Board President of the Rosa Parks Institute in Detroit, Michigan. An active member of our community, Mitch is currently an advisory Board Member for Baker College of Muskegon, ITT Technical Institute of Grand Rapids, the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center, and the Internship Program Advisory Council for the West Michigan Strategic Alliance. He also serves as a Board Member for the Walden Green School Foundation and was a recipient of the Muskegon Area Chamber of Commerce’s 2008-2009 Agents of Change award.
A veteran of the technology industry, Mitch has been building software solutions for fortune 1000 companies for over 20 years. A self-taught programmer, Mitch began his career in New York City building large-scale corporate applications. As an experienced entrepreneur, Mitch has participated in the creation of a large telecommunications company and multiple successful consulting companies. Mitch currently resides in Twin Lake, Michigan and is an Account Manager for RC Productions in Muskegon, Michigan.
”Having been raised in Muskegon as part of a family with roots that go back over 150 years in this community, it is imperative to me that we do all that we can to preserve this wonderful natural resource,” says Dennison. “As America’s first and oldest Boy Scout camp with an unbelievably rich history, this property offers us almost 5,000 contiguous acres to be enjoyed by our local community while helping to bring much needed tourism dollars to our community. The possibilities with this property are endless.”