This edition of Making the Case features Jerome Silbergeld. Dr. Silbergeld is the P.Y. and Kinmay W. Tang Professor of Chinese Art History at Princeton University and director of Princeton’s Tang Center for East Asian Art. Dr. Silbergeld has written numerous books and articles on Asian art and cinema. He teaches, publishes, and curates exhibitions [...]
Making The Case
This edition of Making the Case features Lee Fisher former Lieutenant Governor of Ohio who currently serves as president and CEO of CEOs for Cities. For additional information on Lee Fisher and CEOs for Cities, please click on the link below. http://www.ceosforcities.org/about/staff/
This edition of Making the Case features civil rights activist Sala Udin. Mr. Udin is President and CEO of Coro Pittsburgh. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sala_Udin
This edition of Making the Case features Robert P. Madison, renknowned Cleveland architect and entrepreneur. Madison started Robert P. Madison International after his U.S. Army service during World War II, and education at Western Reserve University and Harvard University. More information is available at http://www.rpmadison.com/.
This edition of Making the Case features Chuck Feltz, of Engage Consulting Group. More information about Chuck is available at http://engageconsultinggroup.com/People/ChuckFeltz.aspx.
This edition of Making the Case features Cynthia Gale, artist and co-owner of All Matters Gallery, located in Chagrin Falls. The gallery features not only her art work, but also the works of her husband Rainer Hildenbrand, and dozens of other artists working with natural materials and being inspired by Mother Earth. Cynthia’s ceremonial art [...]
This week’s Making the Case features Dick Pogue, former Managing Partner at Jones Day, one of the world’s most prominent and successful law firms based here in Cleveland. He has held many board positions, both in the civic and education arenas.
This week’s Making the Case features Mary Sue Tanis, founder and executive director of Youth Challenge. Youth Challenge is an organization that specializes in free year-round adapted sports and recreational programming throughout the Greater Cleveland area to children with physical disabilities. More information is available at http://www.youthchallengesports.com
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
This week’s Making the Case features Paul Scianna, owner of Empowering Punch Personal Training and Fitness Studio in Strongsville, Ohio.