Signature Program

Human Library Comes to Medina on March 24

Join the Class of 2018 for the Human Library, hosted at the Medina Library on March 24, 2018, from 11am until 3pm! “The Human Library® is designed to build a positive framework for conversations that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialogue. The Human Library is a place where real people are on loan to…

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Innovation Lights Up New Day

Leadership Medina County’s Signature and Junior Leadership classes embarked on a new class day in January called Regional Innovation Day. Suzy Addleman, Heather Wuensch, and Jody Wheaton from the Class of 2017 planned the day with Colleen Rice and Susan Vlcek. Innovation Day included visits to the JH Combs Idea Lab, Edwin’s, and Tri-C’s Corporate…

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The Face of Poverty has Changed but it is Still Here

Quotes and thoughts from the class and presenters gathered by Susy Lora ’18  Poverty is still in Medina County….we work with it every day. The face of poverty has changed but it is still here. Transportation in Medina County is the biggest gap. Take away what you can from today. This was a great event; I loved…

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What do you think the eyebrows are doing?

Collected by Loretta Cornell, Medina County Health Department and Cathy Lance, Retired Senior Volunteer Program Leadership Medina County Class of 2018 collected quotes and thoughts during Business and Industry Day. Quote of the Day “What do you think the eyebrows are doing?” Walt Disney was known for raising his eyebrow when reprimanding an employee. It…

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Winners Announced at Made in Medina County Expo

The Leadership Medina County Class of 2018 was pleased to kick off its Business & Industry Day activities at the Made in Medina County Expo. The Leadership Medina County class had a special opportunity during breakfast to visit with the manufacturers in the exhibit hall. To celebrate the amazing companies we have here in our…

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Bottomed Out!

Every program at Leadership Medina County has a bus story, “the bus story” that gets retold time and time again. The Class of 2018 added to this storytelling on the first class day. The coach bus bottomed out in the parking lot at the beginning of the day. In a last attempt, everyone exited the…

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Nothing New After Two and Other Animal Revelations

At the Opening Retreat, the class learned about temperament styles, celebrating what’s right, and how kindergartners outperform when it comes to trying new things. All of the temperaments shared insights like this one from the Beavers: “Nothing New After Two.” On their evaluations, they had many more insights to share. Read on for their thoughts!…

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Announcing the Class of 2018

Leadership Medina County, a premier community leadership program whose mission is to “build and maintain a county wide network of talented, responsible, and dynamic leaders,” announces the Class of 2018. The new cohort of 40 women and men from across Medina County will participate in an intensive 9-month program. These individuals were selected through a highly…

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Water, Water, Everywhere…

“I’m going to email you tons of sludge.” Amy Lyon-Galvin is wonderful that way. Shortly after our discussion, she made good on her promise and sent me the statistic for the amount of sludge the Liverpool Waste Water Treatment Plant produces: 2,000 tons of Class A dry sludge per year approved for land application to…

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Meet Christina, Jody, Kathy, Jeff, Heather, and Stephanie

Christina Thomas-Lewin I am living the ‘American Dream’ supporting my husband who accepted a promotion which led us from a small town in the UK, just south of London, to the state of Ohio! We started dating in 2007 whilst I was finishing my Accounting degree at the University of Portsmouth and coaching trampolining classes…

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