1,000 Ties Jowan Smith 2020 Winner Community Change category Presented in partnership with: PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The 1,000 Ties etiquette program educates inner-city males ages 6-21 on dining etiquette, tying a tie, communication skills, grooming, sportsmanship, proper dress, the art of being a gentleman, and how to be the best version of themselves. Keep up…Read More
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On May 14, 2020, Enid Rosenberg (ALI 2018, LC 2007) will receive the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Charles Eisenman Award for Exceptional Civic Contributions at the Federation’s Virtual 116th Annual Meeting. The annual award honors, “a person or not-for-profit organization that demonstrates outstanding contributions to the community.” Learn more >Read More
Thomas Zung (LC 1978) and Dan T. Moore III (LC 1987) were named to Crain’s Cleveland Business Eight over 80. According to Crain’s, these octogenarians are, “trailblazers who overcame prejudice to open new paths for subsequent generations and individuals who have shaped — and continue to shape in their 80s and 90s — the civic,…Read More
Fighting-to-Understand Ted Wetzel + George Williams 2019 Presenter Community Change category Presented in partnership with: PROJECT DESCRIPTION: An online platform utilizing various methods of safe spaces/brave spaces, including face-to-face and online interaction, to build civil discourse skills and re-assemble the foundation of what “We the People” agree on, one issue at a time. Keep…Read More
The Black Professionals Association Charitable Foundation named Robert Madison (LC 1989) as the 2020 Black Professional of the Year (BPOY). The honor recognizes those honorees for their professional accomplishments, civic engagements, and personal standards of excellence. He will be honored at the BPOY’s 40th-anniversary Gala on November 7.Read More