Kyle was appointed the President & CEO of the Michigan Nonprofit Association on July 1, 2007. Prior to that, Kyle headed the ConnectMichigan Alliance. While a typical day at the office will find Kyle facilitating multiple meetings and coming up with “the next great idea,” it’s easy to get him talking about the latest book he’s read, his kids, and why Western Michigan University (as an alum) is better than Central Michigan University. Kyle is a strong advocate for children, volunteerism and service to others. He has worked at the state and national levels to advocate for youth and national and community service with organizations including: America’s Promise, Starr Commonwealth, Voices for National Service, Service-Learning United, and America’s Service Commissions.
Ashley is the Communications Coordinator for MNA. Prior to this position Ashley served as the Program Assistant for the Recover Michigan Program. Before joining the Michigan Nonprofit Association, Ashley worked in fund development for the Kentucky Children’s Hospital. Ashley has also provided administrative support for Ele’s Place and event coordination support for The Sparrow Hospital Foundation. Ashley has extensive experience in fundraising, public relations and event coordination. Ashley is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, where she was on the Dean’s List, and received her Bachelor of Arts in Communication.
Bill Gesaman serves as the Membership Manager for MNA. Bill is charged with developing retention strategies, providing excellent customer service to MNA’s current members, and reaching out to other organizations who are not currently benefiting from all that MNA has to offer. Prior to joining MNA in August 2010, Bill worked with the Boy Scouts of America for over five years. There he worked with approximately 3500 families and hundreds of volunteers to help ensure Scouting was successful in Southwestern Oakland County. He managed the membership and fundraising campaigns, and stewarded trainings, events, programs and multiple committees. Bill is a graduate of Michigan State University. He is married and resides in Farmington Hills.
Adam King is the Technology Manager at Highway T (formerly NPower Michigan). He previously worked as a business systems analyst for State Farm Insurance Company where he supported the organization’s enterprise budget and expense system. Since 2004, Adam has been helping nonprofits in the state of Michigan with technology assessments & planning, scheduled support & maintenance, as well as technology-based workshops. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Management Information Systems from Central Michigan University.