Cleveland 20th Anniversary Benefit Breakfast

Thursday, March 7, 2019

You are warmly invited to join us at the Facing History and Ourselves Cleveland 20th Anniversary Benefit Breakfast.

For 20 years, we’ve worked to cultivate generations of critical thinkers and ethical leaders who will bring respect, civil discourse, and the value of inclusivity to their workplaces and communities in Northeast Ohio and beyond. Don't miss this special opportunity to meet, connect with and learn alongside 200 fellow business and civic leaders from the greater Cleveland area as we explore where we’ve been and how, with your support, we can help the next generation face history NOW.

Keynote speaker Beth Mooney, President and CEO of Keybank, will share how these ideals have helped shape Keybank’s culture and propelled the company to success, while making her one of the most respected corporate leaders in America today.
 

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When & Where

Thursday, March 7, 2019
7:30 - 9:00 am

Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Tower
1360 West Mall Drive
Cleveland, OH 44144

Keynote Speaker: Beth Mooney

Beth Mooney has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of KeyCorp since May 1, 2011. In 2010, she was named President and became a member of KeyCorp’s Board of Directors. Mooney is the first and only woman to lead a top 20 U.S. bank. She joined KeyCorp in April 2006 as Vice Chair, Key Community Bank, and has over 35 years of experience in retail banking, commercial lending and real estate financing.

In 2017, Mooney received the 2017 ‘Women of Note Legacy Award’ from the Cleveland Foundation for her outstanding business, civic and philanthropic leadership in Greater Cleveland. Also in 2017, she was named American Banker’s “Banker of the Year. She has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” and by Fortune Magazine as one of the Top 50 “Most Powerful Women in Business.”

Mooney is a member of AT&T’s Board of Directors, serving on its Corporate Development and Finance Committee and the Corporate Governance & Nominating Committee. She is also a member of the Federal Advisory Council and The Business Council.

Mooney is a Trustee of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, is Chair of its Governance Committee and a member of the Board of Directors. She is also a Trustee and Treasurer of the Board of the Musical Arts Association (The Cleveland Orchestra).

Sponsors

We would like to thank the following corporate sponsors for their generous support of the 2019 Cleveland Benefit Breakfast:

Bronze Benefactor

Patron Sponsor

Leader

CIBC  |  Cleveland Browns  |  Case Western Reserve University 
Ernst & Young LLP  |  Fifth Third Bank  |  Goldfarb Weber Creative Media
Hawken School  |  Magnificat High School  |  Nordson Corporation
Parker Hannifin  |  Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio
Ratliff & Taylor  |  The Cleveland Cavaliers  |  Urban Community School
United Way of Greater Cleveland  |  Ursuline College  |  WKYC 

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Anne Conway Juster, Chair

Carolyn Arnold
Susan G. Block*
Holly Brooks*
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Daniel Cohn
Howard Freedman*
Joyce Glickman*
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Karen Nichols
Amy G. Rogat*
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Koyen Shah
Marcy Levy Shankman
Marjorie Simon
Cynthia Tancer
Ingrid Tolentino
Lisa Vahey
Mary Ann Vogel
Marcia Wexberg
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Khalilah Worley

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