Marc R. Corriveau

Mr. Corriveau was born and raised in southeast Michigan.  He is a graduate of Detroit Catholic Central High School, Michigan State University, the University of Detroit-Mercy School of Law, and the University of Michigan-School of Public Health

During his junior year at Michigan State University, Mr. Corriveau enlisted in the United States Naval Reserve where he served from 1993-2001. While on active duty, he received two letters of accommodation and was named most "outstanding recruit" in his class.

Before his election to the Michigan House of Representatives, Marc was President of The Corriveau Law Firm, P.C, from 2000-2006, where his practice focused on Health and Administrative Law which included Workers Compensation (both Plaintiff and Defendant), Social Security Disability, and Labor law.

In November of 2006, Mr. Corriveau was elected to the Michigan House of Representatives. While in the Legislature he was Chairman of both the Health Policy and the Ethics & Elections Committees, and served as a sitting member on the Education, Judiciary, and Government Operations committees. He earned a reputation for working across the aisle to solve complex issues and was considered an expert in health and insurance policy.

In August of 2010, Marc continued his pursuit of education at the University of Michigan where he earned his Master of Health Services Administration in the School of Public Health in 2012.

In January of 2011, after leaving the legislature, Mr. Corriveau joined the government relations and law firm of Kelley Cawthorne. Kelley Cawthorne is a premier Lansing-based government relations firm co-founded by former Michigan Attorney General Frank J. Kelley and former House Republican Leader Dennis O. Cawthorne.  His client base was focused on legal and health policy issues.

In April of 2014, Marc joined Trinity Health as Director of Michigan Advocacy. He was responsible for all legislative issues for the nine (9) hospitals within St. Joseph Mercy and Mercy Health systems at the state and federal levels.

In May of 2016, Marc joined the Henry Ford Health System as Vice President of Corporate Government Affairs where he oversees all local, state, federal and international legislative issues for the system and the Health Alliance Plan insurance subsidiary.

Finally, Marc currently lives in Northville, MI with his wife of 25 years Wendy. His children Luc (21 yrs.) and Eve (19 yrs.) both attend the University of Michigan.


NeumannTaylor Neumann, MPH 

Taylor joined the Division of Government and Community Affairs at Wayne State University as a Government Health  Affairs Associate in November 2017. Taylor works with the health sciences schools at the University on a variety of issues and projects.

Prior to joining Wayne State, Taylor worked in Washington, D.C. for two years on the Ways and Means Committee, Subcommittee on Health where she worked on Medicare and Health Care Reform issues.

She earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan in Global Health and Environmental Studies and completed her Master of Public Health at Wayne State University.