Carrie Bonofiglio is the Business Partnerships Manager at the Workforce Intelligence Network for Southeast Michigan working with the state initiative known as MI Bright Future. MI Bright Future is a collaboration between students, educators, and employers that aims to introduce young job seekers to the region’s growing occupations by matchmaking through an easy-to-use online platform. Carrie’s focus is to oversee the MIBF business recruitment strategy across the state, working with regional Business Partnerships Coordinators to allow students to have a diverse population of company profiles to view and interact with. Her efforts include working directly with Michigan Works! Southeast, Ann Arbor SPARK, Intermediate School Districts in the region, and various chambers in Hillsdale, Jackson, Lenawee, Livingston, Monroe, and Washtenaw counties.
Carrie’s previous experience includes more than 20 years in higher education, working in admissions and corporate education. She was a board member for the Michigan Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (MACRAO) and maintains her involvement with the Livingston Higher Education Network (LHEN), Livingston County Job Fair committee, and the steering committee for Leadership Livingston.
Carrie is a native to Michigan and attended Ferris State University where she earned her bachelor degree in Social Work. She resides in the Lansing area, but commonly spends her weekends in Northern Michigan.