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Robin Doerschuk: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Thursday, February 21, 2019

In 2009 Robin Doerschuk was recognized by Inside Magazine as “One to Watch” when she was director at Alliance Solutions Group before she became part-owner and before she launched the Women’s Leadership Conference of Northeast Ohio. Now she’s started a new career at a telecommunications start-up, Snip Internet, LLC, as Vice President and General Manager,… Continue Reading Robin Doerschuk: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Black History Month: Honoring Dorothy Height

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

In 1938, Dorothy Height was hired by the Harlem YWCA. She worked for better working conditions for black domestic workers, leading to her election to YWCA national leadership. In her professional service with the YWCA, she was assistant director of the Emma Ransom House in Harlem, and later executive director of the Phillis Wheatley House in Washington, DC.… Continue Reading Black History Month: Honoring Dorothy Height

Black History Month: Honoring Zelma Watson George

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Zelma Watson George was the first woman named YWCA Greater Cleveland Lifetime Woman of Achievement. Zelma was honored in 1993 for her many accomplishments and contributions to our city. With the assistance of a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation, George moved to Cleveland, where she researched her dissertation on African American music and began a… Continue Reading Black History Month: Honoring Zelma Watson George

Shanette Buford-Brazzell: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Shanette Buford-Brazzell’s first job out of college was at The Jerome Schottenstein Center at The Ohio State University supervising 400 part-time employees and 15 part-time supervisors as the event coordinator. Despite her passion for and career in sports, this YWCA Bootcamp alumna and Distinguished Young Woman has returned to a career in her hometown in… Continue Reading Shanette Buford-Brazzell: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

YWCA Greater Cleveland Announces New Partnership with Ursuline College

Thursday, February 7, 2019

YWCA Greater Cleveland and Ursuline College announce a new partnership to offer a joint leadership certification to professional women looking to further develop their careers.  This certification will become an additional offering of YWCA’s Women’s Leadership Institute. For eight years, YWCA Greater Cleveland has offered the Momentum leadership development program, a transformative learning opportunity for… Continue Reading YWCA Greater Cleveland Announces New Partnership with Ursuline College

Eman Tadros: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Eman Tadros is fulfilling her passion and purpose by embracing three careers at once. As a researcher, therapist, and professor, Eman aspires to a full-time post as a professor – researching her passions under grants she obtains, teaching courses, and doing independent therapy and supervision. Eman describes her leadership style with three words: advocate, supportive,… Continue Reading Eman Tadros: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Dr. Heather Rice: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Thursday, December 13, 2018

YWCA Distinguished Young Woman (2018) Heather Rice PhD, APRN-CNP, PMHS studies health inequities, teaches the next generation of nurses at Cleveland State University (CSU), and encourages holistic mental health approaches as a pediatric nurse practitioner in child and adolescent psychiatry in private practice. Dr. Rice currently researches Cleveland organizations in order to help more of… Continue Reading Dr. Heather Rice: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree