March Class Notes
’95 The Greatest
Daniel Hostetler was chosen as one of Cleveland Magazines “The Cleveland 500”, naming leaders from all facets of business, professional, government, entertainment and nonprofit sectors across NE Ohio. He was also reelected as Secretary for the Medina County Arts Council Board.
’97 The Perfect
Mead Wilkins, LISW-S, has been selected by the NASW Ohio Board of Directors as the Statewide 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award Winner for “His outstanding impact during his almost 50-year career covering almost every area of social work practice. His dedication to addressing systemic inequality and care for each individual client, even while serving in high level leadership positions, was deemed to be beautiful and worthy of celebration”.
’05 The Ultimate
Chris Kalina was named the new Hinckley Township trustee.
’08 That Class
Teresa Cotman is now a Personal Banker at Fifth Third Bank on North Court Street in Medina.
Greg Nichols recently became co-president of the Buckeye Education Foundation.
’21 The Resilient
Kim Wolff recently opened her own medical practice,Wolff & Phan Autism Center LLC.
Junior Leadership Class of 2008, Emerging Leaders, Class of 2014
Aly Brine recently won The Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club’s 20021 Northeast Ohio Top 25 Under 35 Movers & Shakers Award. The award recognizes 25 young leaders under 35 years of age that display excellence in their work, civic engagement and philanthropic efforts.
You can find more info here: https://cleveland2030.org/2021Winners/
LEAD Institute Class of 2021
Danielle Razavi was promoted to a nurse manager role in the Medina ICU. She also just completed her Master’s Degree.
Congrats Danielle and Aly!