Michael Byun named Executive Director of ACRS

The Board of Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) has named Michael Byun (LC 2017) as Executive Director, effective December 2018. According to an International Examiner article, “Over his 25-year career, Byun has worked in issues including health disparities, social justice and immigrant and refugee issues, particularly among AAPIs. He serves on many local, state…

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YWCA to honor several CLC alumni

The YWCA of Greater Cleveland will recognize several CLC alumni with 2018 Women of Professional Excellence Awards and Distinguished Young Woman Awards. The CLC alumni to be recipients of the  2018 Women of Professional Excellence Award are: Diana Del Rosario (LC 2011) Roshonda Smith (CLI 2016) Cathryn Greenwald (CLI 2014) Chesley Cheatham (CBB 2016) Read the…

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City Year Cleveland to honor Police Chief Calvin Williams

City Year Cleveland will recognize City of Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams (LC 2017) by awarding him City Year’s highest honor, Idealist of the Year, on April 26, 2018 at the Rock the Red Jacket Gala. According to City Year’s event page for the gala, “Chief Williams and City Year Cleveland share a love for…

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David Weiss Appointed Shaker Heights Interim Mayor

David Weiss (LC 2004) has been named interim mayor of Shaker Heights to replace Earl Leiken (LC 1982) until the election. Leiken will officially resign March 31 and become Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish’s chief of staff. According to the Shaker Heights Patch, “Weiss was a Shaker Heights City Councilman from 1996 to 1999. He was…

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Three CLC alumni mentioned in Savoy Magazine

Savoy Magazine listed the country’s most influential black executives, and CLC alumni Craig Arnold (LC 2002), Margot James Copeland (LC 1991), and Jeffery Weaver (LC 2017) made the list. As stated in a Crain’s Cleveland Business article, “The list ‘showcases an elite representation of African-American men and women who have been recognized for their executive and…

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