Leadership Cleveland Class of 2019 named

The Cleveland Leadership Center has selected a new class of diverse leaders from a wide variety of public companies, private business enterprises, nonprofit and public-sector institutions to participate in the Leadership Cleveland Class of 2019. Leadership Cleveland is an intensive 10-month program that empowers recognized, senior-level leaders with additional knowledge, skills and relationships to advance…

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Cleveland Bridge Builders Class of 2019 named

The Cleveland Leadership Center has named a diverse mix of nonprofit, for-profit and public sector leaders as the Cleveland Bridge Builders Class of 2019. Cleveland Bridge Builders is a 10-month leadership program that prepares mid-career professionals of all ages for meaningful, fulfilling and impactful engagement in the community. The program provides a unique environment that…

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Randy McShepard becomes Chief Talent Officer

Randy McShepard (LC 2003) was named to RPM’s newly-created chief talent officer postion. According to a Crain’s article announcing the promotion, “McShepard will be responsible for managing and evaluating leadership development initiatives, succession planning and executive training. McShepard will also lead the Global Organizational Leadership Development team, which runs the company’s senior leadership development programs,…

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Kerry McCormack recognized

Kerry McCormack (LC 2018, LookUp 2005) was recognized by his alma mater Miami University as part of their 18 of the Last 9 – a program that recognizes, “young alumni who are living out the values inherent in a Miami education. More than 100 alumni were nominated for the 2018 list. See the full list…

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Victor Ruiz named to the cleveland.com Editorial Board

Victor Ruiz (LC2 2013, LC 2012) was one of four community members selected (out of a pool of 150) to serve on the cleveland.com Editorial Board. According to the cleveland.com announcement, “Selecting just four people from the many who expressed interest was challenging, as we think many would have been thoughtful in our discussions ……

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