Posted Thursday, January 29, 2004
This episode of A Quiet Crisis celebrated the start of our third year producing the project. The very first episode premiered in June of 2001 and featured a rousing conversation among panelists representing business, academia, banking and philanthropy. In this episode, we decided to take a look back at that first show to remember some of what was said about our sluggish economy. We also assembled a new panel and considered some tough questions like: Just how much progress have we made in reinvigorating our economy? And… where do we go from here?
Fred Nance, Cleveland Managing Partner for Squires, Sanders and Dempsey
Joe Roman, Executive Director of Cleveland Tomorrow
Stephanie McHenry, Chief Operating Officer at Shorebank
David Abbott, Executive Director of The George Gund Foundation
Mark Rosentraub, Dean of The Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University