YWCA to honor several CLC alumni

The YWCA of Greater Cleveland will recognize several CLC alumni with 2018 Women of Professional Excellence Awards and Distinguished Young Woman Awards. The CLC alumni to be recipients of the  2018 Women of Professional Excellence Award are: Diana Del Rosario (LC 2011) Roshonda Smith (CLI 2016) Cathryn Greenwald (CLI 2014) Chesley Cheatham (CBB 2016) Read the…

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CLC alumni to be honored at the 2018 Smart Women Breakfast

Five CLC alumni will be recognized at the 2018 Smart Women Breakfast & Awards on April 26, 2018. Margaret Bernstein (LC2 2017, LC 2016, CLI 2014), Jayne Juvan (CBB 2010), Judi McMullen (LC2 2014, LC 2013), Natalie Leek-Nelson (LC 2010), and Ashley Basile Oeken (CBB 2012, CLI 2009) are all Progressive Woman honorees.   See…

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Sharon Sobol Jordan to become CEO of the Unify Project

Sharon Sobol Jordan (LC 2003, Stokes CLI 2018) will leave her current position as Chief of Staff to Cuyahoga County Executive Armond Budish to become CEO of the Unify Project, a new nonprofit startup. According to a Crain’s Cleveland Business article, “details about the startup were not immediately available, though it is believed to be…

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Several CLC alumni make Power 100 list

Cleveland Magazine released the 2018 “Power 100: Leaders of Northeast Ohio,” a list of Greater Cleveland’s most powerful individuals. The CLC alumni who made the list are: David Abbott (LC 1989), Executive Director, The George Gund Foundation Craig Arnold (LC 2002), Chairman & CEO, Eaton Corporation Akram Boutros (LC 2015), President & CEO, The MetroHealth System…

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Cleveland Fed promotes Evelyn Magas to Senior VP and Chief Information Officer

The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland has named Evelyn Magas (CLI 2009) as senior vice president and chief information officer effective February 1, 2018. According to a Crain’s Cleveland Business article, “In her role now, Magas will oversee strategic leadership of bank technology services, information security and business continuity functions — highlighting the Fed’s interest…

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