CLC’s efforts to grow CLE’s population highlighted by Cleveland.com

Attracting and retaining young professionals has been a long-standing problem for Northeast Ohio. The 2019 cohort of LC2 Fellows wanted to change that and worked to create partnerships aimed at getting young leaders of the future committed to Cleveland today. Their class year has concluded but their work is being carried forward as CLC seeks…

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Fresh Innovators on WKYC’s We The People

WKYC’s We The People show is hosting a series on the four Fresh Innovators that were honored at Spark 2019: Grit to Great on August 29, 2019. First up was Tom Gill, President of Urban Community School, who was honored for Urban’s innovative approach to providing wrap-around services for their students and families. The segment…

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CLC to receive LMM’s inaugural Civic Leadership Award

CLC is thrilled to be receiving Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry’s (LMM) inaugural Civic Leadership Award. The award, to be presented annually, recognizes individuals and organizations in Northeast Ohio that demonstrate outstanding leadership in addressing community challenges through civic engagement and successfully convene a wide spectrum of individuals and organizations to share ideas, facilitate dialogue, build consensus,…

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Marianne Crosley and a host of CLC alumni honored

The following twelve alumni and CLC’s very own Marianne Crosley made Crain’s Cleveland Business’ 2019 Notable Women in Nonprofits list. Linda Uveges (LC 2020) Jill Snyder (LC 2009) Brianna Schultz (CBB 2011) Erika Rudin-Luria (LC 2020) Debra Pence-Meyenberg (CBB 2019) Caitie Milcinovic (CBB 2016) Carolina Masri  (CLI 2016) Patricia LoPresti (LC 2016) Natalie Leek-Nelson (LC 2010) Susanna…

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Custom civic immersion experience featured by The Plain Dealer

For the past two years, CLC has created and hosted a civic immersion day for University School teachers. This year, they were shadowed by The Plain Dealer reporter, Phillip Morris, who shared the day’s story. In it, he shares: “The tour wasn’t designed for casual voyeurs. It wasn’t an urban safari created to elicit temporary…

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