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Michael Coleman Featured in <i>Columbus Business First</i>: "The 2021 Power 100: Here Are Columbus' Michael Coleman Featured in <i>Columbus Business First</i>: "The 2021 Power 100: Here Are Columbus'

Michael Coleman Featured in Columbus Business First: "The 2021 Power 100: Here Are Columbus' Most Influential Leaders, Part 1"

Michael ColemanIce Miller LLP partner Michael Coleman was featured in the Columbus Business First article, "The 2021 Power 100: Here Are Columbus' Most Influential Leaders, Part 1."

The article included: 

In what is now an annual tradition, Columbus Business First this week is identifying the 100 people making the most impact on the region during a time of tremendous upheaval as we emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.

This is the third edition of the Power100 and, while many community and business stalwarts have made the list each year, we've made some changes to the lineup for 2021 to reflect the region's push for greater diversity, equity and inclusion across all neighborhoods and social classes.

We'll be unveiling the updated Power 100 in groups of 20 each day this week. The full Power 100 will be published in a special issue of the paper on June 25.

The Power 100 is not a ranking and the rollout order is random.

Michael Coleman was the longest-serving mayor in Columbus’ history, leaving office in 2015 after 15 years in the post. Since leaving public service, he’s used his years of experience and Rolodex full of contacts at Ice Miller to continue his advocacy foreconomic development and neighborhood revitalization. As partner-in-charge of the law firm’s government law group, he’s lobbied for a range of development projects across the city as well as for public clients, including the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, the Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority and the Columbus Downtown Development Corp.


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