No topic is off limits for the Michigan Department of Civil Rights Chief, Agustin "Augie" Arbulu. Arbulu is featured in this profile in the Detroit Jewish News.
Reinvent yourself every seven years —that’s the philosophy of Dr. Agustin “Augie” V. Arbulu, executive director of the Michigan Department of Civil Rights (MDCR).
“When you change your course or career periodically it keeps you energized and at the top of your game because you bring all of your past experiences together to your new endeavor. That’s what I did with my position at MDCR,” Arbulu said.
Before being appointed to the Michigan Civil Rights Commission by Gov. Rick Snyder in January 2013 and then by the Civil Rights Commission to his current position in 2015, Arbulu was president of Metro Care Services, a home healthcare firm, bringing more than 16 years of senior management experience to his current position.
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