Data Suggests Slow Rebound For Northeast Ohio Economy; Nonprofits Working Together In Pandemic

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The economy in Northeast Ohio has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and the extraordinary measures put in place to stop the spread of the virus. Nearly a million jobs have been lost. A new forecast suggests we'll rebound, but it is going to take some time -- with employment not fully recovering until perhaps 2023. We'll talk about with with Team NEO's Jacob Duritsky this hour. Later, nonprofits have been forced to break down silos during the pandemic and work together to serve their clients. It's one positive development that might change the nonprofit ecosystem for good. We'll learn more from local nonprofit leaders.
And stay tuned for beautiful new music about the times we're living in.


Jacob Duritsky,  Vice President, Strategy & Research, Team NEO  
Matt Cox, Founder, President, Capitol Partners 
June Taylor, Chief of Performance and Quality Initiatives, Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging 
Terry Uhl, Executive Director, Shoes and Clothes for Kids 
Sharon Harvey, President & CEO, Cleveland APL  
Chris Ronayne, President, University Circle Inc.
Dan Polletta, Ideastream, Arts & Culture
Brent Kirby, Singer-Songwriter
Ray Flanagan, Singer-Songwriter

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