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Emily Kobza

Director of Development and Business Engagement

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CIS Kids' Closet - Communities In Schools, Kalamazoo Michigan

Earlier this school year, on the streets of downtown Kalamazoo, Honoré owner and senior stylist Shaun Moskalik bumped into Emily Kobza, Director of Development for Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo.
"There's no rule that says businesses need to be engaged in their community," says Emily. Posted in Champs, PartnershipsTagged CIS, CIS Kids' Closet, Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo, Emily Kobza, Honore Salon, Jen Randall, Keely Novotny, Maureen Cartmill, Miller-Davis Company, Mindy Meisner, Shaun Moskalik Click here to watch Jeanine Seabold, Owner/Founder of Little Sprout Children's Boutique and Emily Kobza, CIS Director of Development and Business Engagement on The Lori Moore Show. Posted in ChampsTagged businesses in the schools, Champs, CIS Kids' Closet, Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo, Emily Kobza, Jeanine Seabold, Little Sprout Children's Boutique, Maureen Cartmill, Steve Powell, The Lori Moore Show, Woods Lake Elementary


Champs - Communities In Schools, Kalamazoo Michigan

Click here to watch Jeanine Seabold, Owner/Founder of Little Sprout Children's Boutique and Emily Kobza, CIS Director of Development and Business Engagement on The Lori Moore Show.
Posted in ChampsTagged businesses in the schools, Champs, CIS Kids' Closet, Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo, Emily Kobza, Jeanine Seabold, Little Sprout Children's Boutique, Maureen Cartmill, Steve Powell, The Lori Moore Show, Woods Lake Elementary


The Lori Moore Show - Communities In Schools, Kalamazoo Michigan

Click here to watch Jeanine Seabold, Owner/Founder of Little Sprout Children's Boutique and Emily Kobza, CIS Director of Development and Business Engagement on The Lori Moore Show.
Posted in ChampsTagged businesses in the schools, Champs, CIS Kids' Closet, Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo, Emily Kobza, Jeanine Seabold, Little Sprout Children's Boutique, Maureen Cartmill, Steve Powell, The Lori Moore Show, Woods Lake Elementary Ah....you smell good. (Speaking of smelling good, Emily Kobza tells me that yesterday we gave out our last men's deodorant. Yikes!


KALSEE Purchases 55 Coats for Kids in Need - KALSEE Credit Union

CIS Director of Development, Emily Kobza, says, "Thanks to the generous support of the community and businesses like KALSEE, many students will get a winter coat that will help them stay warm and dry on the way to and from school, helping to ensure that all student attend school every day, ready to learn."


Emily Kobza - Communities In Schools, Kalamazoo Michigan

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Earlier this school year, on the streets of downtown Kalamazoo, Honoré owner and senior stylist Shaun Moskalik bumped into Emily Kobza, Director of Development for Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo. "There's no rule that says businesses need to be engaged in their community," says Emily. Posted in Champs, PartnershipsTagged CIS, CIS Kids' Closet, Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo, Emily Kobza, Honore Salon, Jen Randall, Keely Novotny, Maureen Cartmill, Miller-Davis Company, Mindy Meisner, Shaun Moskalik How perfect then, that today's post comes from Emily Kobza, our Director of Development & Business Engagement. Click here to watch Jeanine Seabold, Owner/Founder of Little Sprout Children's Boutique and Emily Kobza, CIS Director of Development and Business Engagement on The Lori Moore Show. Posted in ChampsTagged businesses in the schools, Champs, CIS Kids' Closet, Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo, Emily Kobza, Jeanine Seabold, Little Sprout Children's Boutique, Maureen Cartmill, Steve Powell, The Lori Moore Show, Woods Lake Elementary It is written by our own Emily Kobza, CIS Director of Development & Business Engagement. Posted in General Info, Guest BloggersTagged basic needs, Emily Kobza, extreme couponing, Kids' Closet II, Dave Eggers, Deb Faling, Deborah Yarbrough, Debra Newsome, Divergent Series, Donielle Hetrick, Donna Carroll, Drudges, Emily Demorest, Emily Kobza, Ernessa T. Carter, Find Your Focus, Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital, Fried Walleye and Cherry Pie: Midwestern Writers on Food, Gail Collins, Game of Thrones series, George R.R. Thank you Emily, Artrella, Bethany, Melissa, James, Dom, Sandy, Pam, Bonnie, Kaitlin, and Carly for contributing your voice to this blog. Posted in General InfoTagged Artrella Cohn, Ask Me About My 12000 Kids, Bethany Clay, blogging, blogtoid, Bonnie Terrentine, Carly Wiggins, chocolate cheesecake recipe, CIS, Communities In Schools of Kalamazoo, Dom Pullo, Donna Carroll, Emily Kobza, James Hissong, Kaitlin Martin, Kalamazoo Public Schools, Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra, literacy, Melissa Holman, mentoring, Music, Pam Kingery, resiliency, Sandy Barry-Loken, volunteering, Woodward School for Technology & Research Today's post comes from Emily Kobza, our Director of Development & Business Engagement. This is now her third post (and second unsolicited) for Ask Me About My 12,000 Kids so I have asked her to relinquish her "guest" blogger title and officially be a blogger for us. Cross your fingers! Pop Quiz: Emily Kobza Our first person up is Emily Kobza. A graduate of Kalamazoo College, she is Director of Development for Communties In Schools of Kalamazoo. She was picked first for two reasons: 1. She answered these questions quite snappily, we think. and 2. Her office is nine steps away from my desk. Alright, Emily: pencils out, eyes on your own paper. Good luck!


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