Chad Halcom, a reporter for Crain's Detroit Business, credits Ford School alumnus Gregory Holman (MPP/MUP '11), with:
- Clearing the way for the city to demolish thousands of abandoned homes, reducing Motor City blight.
- Helping to create Detroit's White Picket Fence Program, which lets homeowners buy vacant lots next to their properties for just $200.
- And helping John Hantz launch the nation's largest urban tree farm—in Detroit.
"What is great about Greg is that he has a stick-to-it-iveness," Mike Score, president of Hantz Farms LLC told the reporter.
Read more at Crain's Detroit Business "Twenty in their 20s."