Never, Ever Give Up

Never, Ever Give Up Allison Meyer 2019 Finalist Authentic Cleveland Experiences category Presented in partnership with: PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Honoring Cleveland’s perseverance by allowing people to share and motivate others to never, ever give up with a wall of handwritten stories, answering the question: What is the hardest thing you’ve ever had to do? September 3,…

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Symposium to explore innovation and disruption

Inaugural cohort of “Fresh Innovators” to be honored Cleveland Leadership Center’s Spark: Grit to Great symposium on August 29 will challenge hundreds of Clevelanders to explore innovation and disruption as ways to move the community forward. “The status quo will not get us where we want to go,” said CLC President and CEO Marianne Crosley….

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My Fab House

My Fab House Sonya Pryor-Jones 2019 Finalist Community Change category Presented in partnership with:    PROJECT DESCRIPTION: A grassroots neighborhood-based digital fabrication lab and co-work space to combat social problems and inequity, such as the tech divide and housing vacancy and abandonment, while providing learning and entrepreneurship opportunities. August 15, 2019 Recently Sonya was on…

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Accelerate partnership with Destination Cleveland highlighted

In an article about Destination Cleveland’s push to create authentically Cleveland travel experiences, Cleveland.com highlighted their sponsorship of the Authentic Cleveland Experiences category at Accelerate 2019. They detailed each of the three category pitches and finalist Allison’s plans to tie her project in with the Cuyahoga50 anniversary celebrations this summer.   See the full article…

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Saint Ignatuis Magazine highlights benefits of CLC relationship

In the Winter 2019 edition of Saint Ignatius Magazine profiles three CBB alumni. In the article, Mark Pecot (CBB 2013), Angela LoBue (CBB 2014), and Augie Pacetti (CBB 2018)  share how their CBB experience benefited them and St. Ignatius, as well as how the Look Up To Cleveland program benefits their students. The article ends…

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