On Tuesday, May 27, Civic Commons ideastream held a forum about the Quiet Crisis.
The forum Panelists included developer Ari Maron, executive director of Cuyahoga Arts & Culture Karen Gahl-Mills, the president of The Fund for our Economic Future Brad Whitehead, the chair of the Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Board of Workforce Investment Board Quentin McCorvey, and former Plain Dealer editor Joe Frolik.
They spoke for an hour and a half about the past 10 years of economic development in the region, stemming back to the Quiet Crisis series that ran from 2001 to 2004. They also commented on where the region stands now and what it needs to work on.
Watch all they had to say about the state of Northeast Ohio: