Dawn Arrington and Alysha Ellis are MetroHealth 2020 Sheroes

The MetroHealth System recently announced their annual list of Sheroes. Dawn Arrington (CBB 2020, CLC Board) and Alysha Ellis (OBC 2019) were named as 2020 Community Sheroes. According to the announcement by MetroHealth, the awards honor, “extraordinary women who share MetroHealth’s passion for improving the health and well-being of everyone in our community.” See the…

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Kristin Boose elected to The Trust for Public Land Ohio Advisory Board

Kristin Boose (CBB 2007) was recently elected to serve on on the Ohio Advisory Board of The Trust for Public Land which, “creates parks and protects land for people, ensuring healthy, livable communities for generations to come.” During her term, she will help the organization, “ensure healthy, livable communities for generations to come by creating…

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Anti-Racism Resources 12/10/2020

A short, digestible list of resources to guide you on your journey of understanding and involvement in diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. A new list is published on the second and fourth Thursday of every month. Book: “The Myth of Equality: Uncovering the Roots of Injustice and Privilege” by Ken Wytsma Article: “White Privilege: An…

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Ali Lukacsy-Love’s work celebrated by AIA

Ali Lukacsy-Love (CBB 2017) was highlighted in The American Institute of Architects’ 2020 Emerging Professionals Exhibit for her work on the Euclid Waterfront Improvements Plan. The Emerging Professionals Exhibit is, “an annual digital exhibit that celebrates the most creative plans, projects, art, and design from architecture and design rising generation.” See the full list >…

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Phyllis “Seven” Harris receives PFLAG award

Phyllis “Seven” Harris (LC2 2020, LC 2019) recently received the 2020 Bruce G. Kriete Community Award from PFLAG Cleveland. According to a The Buckeye Flame article announcing the award, “Harris was recognized for her work in providing Northeast Ohio with a new Center and for inspirational leadership on social justice issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.”…

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