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November

Commission on Economic Inclusion Leadership Forum

The Commission on Economic Inclusion, a program of the Greater Cleveland Partnership, invites GCP-member company CEOs and two members of their senior leadership team, to a Leadership Forum on Monday, November 7, at The Union Club, 1211 Euclid Avenue.

The program will feature GCP Board and Executive Committee member Beth Mooney, chairman and chief executive officer of KeyCorp, and Robert Gulliver, executive vice president & chief HR officer of the National Football League.

PLEASE NOTE: We are at capacity, and registration is now closed.
 

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Executive Caterers Corporate Club at Landerhaven: "Curing Cancer"


GCP members are invited to lunch with us at the next Corporate Club at Landerhaven program featuring a conversation with two Cleveland health care leaders on "Curing Cancer." The panelists are:

Dr. Stanton Gershon, Director, Case Comprehensive Cancer Center and University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center; and Dr. Brian Bollwell, Chairman, Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute.

Monica Robbins, reporter and senior health correspondent, WKYC-TV, will moderate. Click for details.

We hope to see you at Northeast Ohio's premier political event!


The Public Officials Reception, presented by the Greater Cleveland Partnership, brings together the region’s federal, state, and local elected officials with business and community leaders.

Online registration is now closed. A limited number of tickets may be purchased by credit card at the event. On-site tickets are $250. 

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Ideas for Tomorrow

Frederick W. Smith, founder and CEO, FedEx Corporation

GCP members are invited to attend the next program in the Cleveland Clinic Ideas for Tomorrow speaker series featuring Frederick W. Smith, founder and CEO, FedEx Corporation.

Born in 1944 in Marks, Mississippi, Smith is a 1966 graduate of Yale College. The original analyses about the logistic needs of a highly automated future society were done during his tenure as an undergraduate.

After four years of service in the Marines, including two tours of duty in Vietnam, he launched the original air-ground Federal Express network that began operations in 1973 to serve the rapidly growing high tech/high value added sectors of the economy Smith had predicted. The company has since grown into a $49 billion global enterprise. Click for registration details.

Diversity Professionals Group

The Commission on Economic Inclusion is convening the next meeting of the Diversity Professionals Group (DPG) on Wednesday, November 30, from 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the offices of Calfee, 1405 East Sixth Street.

After holding focus groups with both old and new members, the Commission has plans to refresh the annual Employers Survey on Diversity™—a very effective resource for measuring progress in the region for board, senior management, workforce and supplier diversity. 

While all changes may not be implemented next year, Commission staff will unveil plans for the survey’s future. Click for more information.