Contact the Chamber Staff Liaison for more information on joining the Steering Committee.
This is a group within the Chamber membership that is hosted by our “Young Professionals”. The YoPros host eclectic events that cater to various kinds of networking, volunteer opportunities, and exciting nights out of Macomb County. They keep it casual and interesting in their approach to allowing businesspeople to mingle and network. While the groups target audience is 21-40, no one is discouraged from participating.
Meet the YoPros Steering Committee
Kyle Provencher is a branch manager at Genisys Credit Union. Through Genisys, Kyle’s focus is to help members with their various financial needs and to help them save money wherever he can.
Nicole is an insurance agent at Custom Insurance Agency and helps individuals and businesses with their personal, commercial and life insurance needs. She has a true passion for helping people make sure they are properly protected while still maintaining competitive rates.
Alison is a native of Rochester MI and currently resides in downtown Royal Oak. As Automation Alley’s account executive, Alison is responsible for meeting with prospective Automation Alley member companies in the technology and manufacturing industries, onboarding new members and engaging with current members to identify potential new initiatives based on their feedback.
Marissa Maskill is a Community Outreach Liaison for PACE Southeast Michigan and the Board Administrator for the Michigan Guardianship Association. In her Community Outreach Liaison role at PACE Southeast Michigan she engages with the community and educates on how aging individuals can stay living independent with the support of PACE Southeast Michigan services.
You might recognize his name from Aragona Family Jewelers in Clinton Township. That’s where Joe Aragona grew up and spent a lot of time learning about local business. A graduate of Lutheran High North, Aragona received a bachelor’s degree from Oakland University. Electing to chart a path away from his major in biomedical diagnostics, Aragona instead committed his time to community service.