Gary Kapanowski is the first member of his family to earn his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan. He went on to further his career by attending graduate school at Michigan State University. While at MSU, he earned his Master of Business Administration from the Eli Broad College of Business.
Gary Kapanowski received a thorough business education at the Broad College. Broad College is revered globally and ranked fourth in its placement success. Part of Broad’s curriculum is to develop each student’s capacity for team collaboration, and cultivate great problem solving skills. According to Financial Times Magazine, Broad is the second-ranked graduate business program in the United States for placement success. Gary Kapanowski was in the top twenty percent of his graduating class, which earned him a membership in the Michigan State University Beta Gamma Sigma society. The nationally recognized society is the premier honor society for recognizing business excellence.
Gary Kapanowski holds certification in Lean Process Improvement from St. Clair County Community College, and Certification in Lean Six Sigma from Lawrence Technological University. He also stays involved within his community by becoming a certified tutor with the Macomb Literacy Partners in Clinton Township, Michigan, and his participation in the revitalization of Detroit. He supported a federal judge’s ruling on November 7, 2014, that granted the city’s plan of adjustment and laid way for the city to exit bankruptcy. After reaching a nearly twenty billion dollars in debt, the city filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy about a year and a half earlier, making it the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history.
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