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About Kristy Erdodi

Kristy Erdodi began as Detroit Coordinator for Assignment Detroit in November 2009. Aside from contributing to the Detroit Blog, she currently manages Time Inc.'s Detroit house, plans Assignment Detroit events and maintains the project's Web pages. She is also a freelance writer.

Erdodi came to Time from Chicago-based HR Solutions, Inc., where she wrote articles on business topics such as diversity in the workplace, employee engagement, employee retention and the recession's effects on business. She was raised in Ortonville, Michigan and graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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November 5, 2010

A Detroit Food Bank Gets Food To Where It's Needed Most

October 31, 2010

How Detroit Became My Sexy City

October 30, 2010

A Literary Arts & Film Festival to Honor Michigan Talent

October 23, 2010

Youth Orchestra Brings Classical Music Back to Orchestra Hall

September 13, 2010

Why Detroit? Week 17

September 13, 2010

Joe Klein's Road Trip to Michigan

September 3, 2010

Why Detroit? Week 16

September 3, 2010

Jay-Z/Eminem Show Lives Up to Hype

August 30, 2010

Why Detroit? Week 15

August 20, 2010

Why Detroit? Week 14

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