We’re hiring!

Thank you for your interest. We are no longer accepting applications for this position.    Cleveland Leadership Center is looking for its next Director of (i)Cleveland and College Programs. This position is responsible for the successful execution of the (i)Cleveland program, as well as developing and piloting programs and services for college students that will deliver…

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Thom Fladung named Communicator of The Year

Thom Fladung (LC 2013, LC2 2014) was recently named 2017 Communicator of The Year by the International Association of Business Communicators Northeast Ohio. Thom is a vice-president for Hennes Communications, one of the few firms in the U.S. focused exclusively on crisis management and crisis communications. He advises some of Greater Cleveland’s largest companies, agencies…

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Good Cause CLE: A Creative Partner in Digital Marketing

Good Cause CLE: A Creative Partner in Digital Marketing Pam Turos 2016 Finalist Economic Development Presented in partnership with:    October 3, 2018 According to Pam, “We’ve featured over 500 people and organizations on the WISH Cleveland site since it was launched. In 2017 we had 7,111 site visits and 12,229 page views (the whole…

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CLC alumni leading the charge for Ohio CDC of The Year

Executive Director Jeff Verespej (CBB 2013; former Leadership Council Chair) and Director, Marketing and Development, Jason Powers (CBB 2016) are making great things happen in Old Brooklyn and their efforts have been recognized. Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation recently won the “CDC of The Year” Award from the Ohio CDC Association at the statewide organization’s…

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David Tryon nominated by President Trump

David Tryon (LC 2016) has been nominated as Chief Counsel for Advocacy for the U.S. Small Business Administration. According to Porter Wright’s press release, as Chief Counsel for Advocacy, David will work to “advance the views, concerns, and interests of small business before Congress, the White House, federal agencies, federal courts and state policymakers.” See…

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