The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Names Vice President of Marketing and Communications


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CFSEM vice president of marketing and communications Sheryl Arb

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The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan (CFSEM) has appointed Sheryl G. Arb as vice president of marketing and communications. She comes to CFSEM from Kellogg Co., where she served as senior director of global internal communications, including executive communications.

“Sherrie brings a tremendous background of defining and executing strategies that help ensure an organization’s mission and vision are fulfilled,” says Mariam C. Noland, president of the foundation. “As one of the nation’s largest community foundations, Sherrie’s expertise will add to our ability to have an even larger impact on our region.”

Arb joins the foundation with more than 20 years of strategic communications experience in brand, policy, technology, labor, manufacturing, and executive communications.

“I am honored and excited to join the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan,” says Arb. “The Community Foundation plays an important role in supporting the health and well-being of communities. I look forward to working with the foundation as we invest in creative solutions to improve the future of our region.”

Arb is a lifelong resident of Michigan, currently residing in Oxford with her family. She earned her bachelor’s degree in communication at Oakland University.

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