Bruce Hennes honored as a “Go To Thought Leader”

Bruce Hennes (LC 2008) was recently named one of 2020’s “Go To Thought Leaders” by the National Law Review for his content contributions to their website. In a press release issued by Hennes Communications, NLR notes, “Each year, the National Law Review recognizes less than one percent of its authors with Go-To Thought Leadership Awards.”…

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60 alumni on the Crain’s Power 150 list

According to Crain’s Cleveland Business, the list is a snapshot of those, “leading some of Northeast Ohio’s most influential organizations and who are in a position to move the region forward.” David T. Abbott (LL, ALI 2018, LC 1989) Warren Anderson (LC 1995) Craig Arnold (LC 2002) Dr. Akram Boutros (LC 2015) Micki Byrnes (LC…

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Randell McShepard is Pandemonium 2021’s PAN Award honoree

Randell McShepard (LC 20013) is the 2021 PAN Award recipient. He will receive the award, which honors an, “individual who inspires us with their dedication to the community; one who enlightens and revives our spirits with their leadership” at Pandemonium in September. Pandemonium is Cleveland Public Theatre’s annual gala, where the compus is transformed into,…

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Annette Blackwell and Brian Zimmerman make the 2021 Most Interesting People List

Annette Blackwell (CLI 2017) and Brian Zimmerman (LC2 2014 + 2012, LC 2011) were recently named to Cleveland Magazine‘s Cleveland’s Most Interesting People 2021 – a list of “resourceful, creative and inventive individuals who know how to come together when times get challenging.” See the full list > Kim Schneider, in an Editor’s Note shared,…

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Dorothy Baunach and Catherine Tkachyk honored

Dorothy Baunach (LC 1992) and Catherine Tkachyk (LC 2019) were recently named “Leaders Making a Difference” by Next Century Cities. According to a Crain’s Cleveland Business article announcing the awards, Tkachyk was honored for commissioning, “a digital divide impact study that helped gain funding for digital inclusion efforts in the Greater Cleveland area.” Baunach was…

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