This week’s Making the Case features Daniel P. Walsh, Jr. President of the Greater Cleveland Region Huntington Bank. https://www.huntington.com/us/HNB3130.htm#walsh
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This edition of Making the Case features Tim Mueller, an entrepreneur and economic development officer under former Cleveland Mayor Jane Campbell. He was also the president of Phylogy, a telecommunications equipment company based in San Francisco.
This week’s Making the Case features Lisa Ryan, Chief Appreciation Strategist at Grategy. More information about Lisa and Grategy is available here: http://www.grategy.com/Meet-Lisa-Ryan.html
Listen to this edition of Arts on the Heights to hear about the Ohio Shakespeare Festival’s production of The Merchant of Venice.
Listen to this edition of Arts on the Heights to hear about One Night With Janis Joplin; the musical chronicles the life, art, and music of rock goddess Janis Joplin.
This edition of Making the Case features Akaya Windwood. Akaya Windwood is president and chief executive officer of the Rockwood Leadership Institute. Having spent over 40 years working for change, she is committed to social and economic justice, and to building a compelling vision for effectiveness and collaboration within the nonprofit and social benefit sectors. [...]
Listen to this edition of Arts on the Heights to hear about the Civil War Reenactment events taking place at Hale Farm this weekend.
This edition of Making the Case features Betsie Norris. Betsie Norris, executive director of Adoption Network Cleveland, Betsie Norris founded Adoption Network Cleveland in 1988 and has led it ever since. She works on the top floor of the five-story Prospect Park Building.
This edition of Making the Case features Dale Nienow. Dr. Dale Nienow is Executive Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership. He creates Gracious Space where people can work across boundaries to form collective leadership. He is known for helping people open up to deeper dialogue and new relationships that will move groups and communities [...]
Christine E. Sleeter, PhD. (University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1982) is Professor Emerita in the College of Professional Studies at California State University Monterey Bay, where she was a founding faculty member. Formerly a high school learning disabilities teacher in Seattle, she previously served as a faculty member at Ripon College in Wisconsin and at the University [...]