CMIT Solutions expands engagement with nonprofit veteran

Emily Karlicheck
Emily Karlichek (contributed)

With the hiring of Senior Vice President Emily Karlichek, CMIT Solutions of Greater Oakland County will increase community engagement and philanthropic efforts through strategic business growth and enhanced relationship building.

“I am thrilled to have Emily join the team,” Stuart Feravich, company president, said in a press release. “Her passion for people, community outreach and businesses is dynamic, engaging and genuine, a rare combination that makes people comfortable and ready to get involved.”

Karlichek, a veteran of the nonprofit world, has held leadership and development positions with international and local charities. CMIT’s current support endeavors include the Detroit Institute for Technology at Cody High School, where Feravich chairs the Pathway Advisory Board and supports career development and fundraising efforts for the students.

CMIT also supports Community Living Centers, a 50-year-old Farmington-based nonprofit that provides loving homes and independent living supports to adults with developmental disabilities, through event sponsorship, volunteering and collaboration.

Additionally, the company is highly involved in the Troy Chamber of Commerce and Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce.

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