’13 The Visionary Class
Andrea Lyons ’13 was selected to be in Leadership Cleveland 2023.
’16 Silver Jubilee
Ryan Carlson ’16 has been appointed to the Board for Community Assessment & Treatment Services (CATS), Inc. Click the link to learn more about the organization. https://communityassessment.org/
’20 In Focus
Jennifer Brenner ’20 recently accepted the Executive Director position with Project: LEARN Medina.
Angie Braidich ’21 took on a new position at Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals as Executive Assistant to Clifford V. Harding, MD, PhD, Joseph R. Kahn Professor and Chair of Pathology Case Western Reserve.
Ed Hopson ’21 is a new member of the Medina County Community Fund Advisory Board.
Laure Javorsky ’21 is a new member of the Medina County Community Fund Advisory Board.
Jason Sanders ’21 has joined the board for Feeding Medina County.
Kim Phan Wolff ’21 was an invited speaker for New Hampshire Associate for Behavior Analysis. She was invited to speak about training first responders on autism and fire safety. Topic of the talk was “The Power of Persistence.”
Brian Frasier LEAD 22 is a new member of the Medina County Community Fund Advisory Board.
Ashley Powell LEAD 22 has accepted the position of HR Business Partner at Sandridge. She has also been appointed to the Medina Cares Board.
Jenny Young LEAD 22 is expanding her business “She Did It Video.” Her sister, Jess, will be the Community Liaison and assisting with creating content for social media, posters, flyers, etc. They will also be available to run errands, tackle coordinating events, ordering product, etc. They are excited to offer this service to small businesses in NEO! She is available at Jess@neopersonalassistant.com