CLC alumni are Influential Women in Finance

Three CLC alumni have made Crain’s inaugural Influential Women in Finance list. Ndeda Letson (LC 2014, LC2 2015) Rachel Rawson (LC 2013) Radhika Reddy (LC 2009) According to Crain’s, “They are more than just number crunchers. They’re strategic thinkers and trusted advisers. Most importantly, they are trailblazers in their field. They have a passion for…

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CLC alumni on Crain’s Forty Under 40

Five CLC alumni have made the 2017 Cleveland Crain’s Business’ Forty Under 40 list. Maggie Rivera (CBB 2018) Joseph Roszak (LC 2017, LC2 2018) Jenny Spencer (CBB 2011) Jason J. Therrien (LC 2017) Alesha Washington (CLI 2009) They will be honored at the annual awards event on November 20, 2017 to honor what Crain’s describes as, “the…

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Feahnle & Martin highlighted for empowering and elevating CLE women

Shibani Faehnle (CBB 2015) and Amy Martin (LC 2018) were recently featured on Cleveland.com for their work with SheintheCLE.com. “When Amy Martin told her friend Shibani Faehnle that she had bought but never done anything with the domain name SheintheCLE.com, Faehnle replied that not only were they going to launch an online community for women, they were…

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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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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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