Through the Commission on Economic Inclusion, the Greater Cleveland Partnership works to create “Jobs and Opportunities, Wealth and Titles” for minority individuals and businesses in the Cleveland Plus region.
Success means that minorities will more fully participate in the benefits of and contribute to, economic development in Northeast Ohio.
Our efforts are aimed at including more minorities in the senior management and board leadership of companies and organizations, increasing access to jobs that pay well, and growing minority-owned businesses (MBEs) in the region.
MBE success stories include (above photo) Leticia Ortiz, who owns Tortilleria La Bamba, an Ohio City tortilla factory, with her husband, José Andrade, and sister, Enedina Ortiz. (Photo from Cleveland Business Connects magazine.)
Inclusion at GCP
The GCP strives to be a civic model for the development and implementation of diversity and inclusion strategies that advance productivity, innovation, and economic growth. Our commitment to this goal is evident in our leadership polices, employment practices, purchasing priorities, business partners and community investments.
Click here to read more about diversity and inclusion at GCP.