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Dr. Krystal L. Culler, DBH, M.A.: Distinguished Young Woman

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Dr. Krystal L. Culler, DBH, M.A. is the director of the Center 4 Brain Health at Menorah Park, which started with 600% more participants than planned. Although she just finished a year as an Atlantic Fellow in August, she states her greatest professional accomplishment was simply getting the Center 4 Brain Health developed at all. Culler… Continue Reading Dr. Krystal L. Culler, DBH, M.A.: Distinguished Young Woman

Richaun Bunton: Distinguished Young Woman

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Every day, when Richaun Bunton arrives to work at Cleveland Central Promise Neighborhood (CCPN) (an initiative of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland (SOCF)), she brings her whole self. Richaun roots herself in her personal and professional experience, her education as a social worker and marriage and family therapist, and the relationships she has… Continue Reading Richaun Bunton: Distinguished Young Woman

Kristen Lucas: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Community-building has driven Kristen Lucas’s career development, unexpectedly, into financial services, equipped with an English degree. “I’m a writer… never thought I’d end up in finance.” “I was just temping here [Fairport Asset Management/Luma Wealth Advisors] and interviewing in New York City… and interning at the Cleveland Museum of Art,” and the firm interrupted her… Continue Reading Kristen Lucas: Distinguished Young Woman Honoree

Issues evolve, but strong leadership remains critical to finding solutions

Thursday, August 23, 2018

By: Margaret Mitchell | 5:11pm EDT July 24, Originally Published on Smart Business What were our community’s most pressing issues 20 years ago? 50? 100? The answers are wide and varied, and looking back upon some of them, it can be difficult to comprehend a society where those problems existed. It’s something I’ve been reflecting on recently as my… Continue Reading Issues evolve, but strong leadership remains critical to finding solutions