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Best-in-Class: Past Winners

The Commission on Economic Inclusion's Best-in-Class Awards have been given since 2003.* Past winners are:

2015

Board Diversity: Eaton; Cleveland Foundation

Senior Management Diversity: Enterprise Holdings; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; United Way of Greater Cleveland

Workforce Diversity: Enterprise Holdings; Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority, Ozanne Construction Company

Supplier Diversity: Gilbane; NASA Glenn Research Center; Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

2014

Board Diversity: The MetroHealth System; Eaton; YMCA of Greater Cleveland

Senior Management Diversity: Cleveland State University; Cleveland Cavaliers; Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Workforce Diversity: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority; Medical Mutual; Cleveland Airport System

Supplier Diversity: NASA Glenn Research Center; Huntington National Bank; Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

2013

Board Diversity:  Case Western Reserve University; FirstEnergy**; Lifebanc**

Senior Management Diversity:  Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority**; Time Warner Cable Northeast Ohio; Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Workforce Diversity: Cuyahoga Community College**; Cleveland Indians Baseball Club; Ozanne Construction Company

Supplier Diversity:  Kent State University; Huntington National Bank; Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority**

2012

Board Diversity: University Hospitals**; Eaton; Lifebanc

Senior Management Diversity: Cleveland State University; KeyCorp; Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Workforce Diversity: Case Western Reserve University**; U.S. Bank**; YMCA of Greater Cleveland

Supplier Diversity: Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority; Eaton** Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland**

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007 

2006

2005

2004 

2003


*As of 2006, two winners were selected in each category, one nonprofit/government and one for-profit Commission member. Starting in 2009, a third category, middle market, was added.

**Companies or organizations that have won in the same category for at least three years have been named to the Commission's Hall of Fame and are no longer eligible for an annual award in that category.