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4. RW DCA City Advocate

4. RW DCA City

DCA City Advocate Committee 2012-2014 Downtown Cleveland Alliance names 2012-2014 class of City Advocates Cleveland – Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is pleased to announce the 2012 class of DCA City Advocates. Seventeen new participants representing a broad range of professional expertise and personal interests will become the fourth class of City Advocates to make a two-year commitment to DCA’s program. Launched in 2009, the DCA City Advocates Program serves to provide civic education and fosters active engagement for rising leaders in the Downtown Cleveland community. Through this unique program, participants gain access to Downtown Cleveland Alliance’s staff and board and engage in open dialogue with many established leaders in the private, public and non-profit sectors. In addition, participants work collaboratively on self-selected projects that support Downtown’s quality of life and ability to attract residents, businesses and visitors. They emerge from the program with a fuller understanding of community change processes and the various ways one can become active in civic life. The 2012-2014 class consists of the following new members that were selected by a committee of DCA staff and board members who reviewed the written applications and interviewed a group of 30 finalists: Melissa Carney, Fahlgren Mortine Brittany Cutright, Cleveland Research Company Chris Fornadel, Great Lakes Theater Michael Gersper, Gardiner Trane Donald Holbrook, Calfee, Halter & Griswold Nita Hoxha,Baldwin Wallace College Laura Klingler Doyle, Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland Barbara Lum Thompson Hine Timothy McCue, O’Neill Foundation KC Petraitis, Ostendorf-Morris Company Joseph Platten, R.J. Platten Contracting Marc Pupillo, CVS/Pharmacy Matt Sattler, Allegro Realty Advisors Lauren Wiant,PlayhouseSquare Real Estate Services Ron Willner, Global Center for Health Innovation and Cleveland Convention Center Mark Wright, Cleveland Cavaliers, “The City Advocates program is attracting the brightest, most passionate people in the community,” says Laura Kushnick, Director of Development and Community Relations at DCA. “The number of applicants has grown every year. It’s a testament to the positive energy in Downtown Cleveland that is driving people to look for meaningful ways to experience and support the forward momentum.”

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