The Way Forward: Leader Lunch Break with Grant Dinner and Angela Thi Bennett

Thank you to the Cleveland Leadership Center for inviting Grant Dinner, CPF Board President and Angela Thi Bennett, Community Engagement Consultant of the Cleveland Police Foundation to speak in its “lunch break” forum July 7. This forum’s topic was “Affecting Systemic Change.”

Learn how The Cleveland Police Foundation is helping create systemic change in the law enforcement culture in Cleveland and across the region:

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The Way Forward Leader Lunch Breaks are a series of virtual (via Zoom) discussions and workshops on topics to help you move forward in our new and uncertain world. The mission of the Cleveland Leadership Center is to provide leadership and community engagement opportunities across a wide spectrum of life and career stages to inspire, connect and challenge individuals to make a positive community impact.

The next forum on July 13 features Natalie Leek, President and CEO of Providence House, on “Providence House: Pivoting in a Pandemic.” Hear how Providence House has innovated and adapted programming to meet the children’s needs during the pandemic. Details…

Calendar of upcoming events from The Way Forward…


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