Gov Issues Stay-At-Home Order; Food Bank & Blood Bank; Women's Networking Group

Ohioans have been ordered to stay at home by Governor Mike DeWine. [FrankHH/shutterstock]
Ohioans have been ordered to stay at home by Governor Mike DeWine. [FrankHH/shutterstock]
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The coronavirus pandemic is creating more uncertainty on particularly vulnerable populations. The pressure on organizations like food banks and the Red Cross will be on the rise. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll check in with the Greater Cleveland Food Bank on what they're doing to help. We also hear how a local facebook group for women in business has become a resource in this time of need. 

 

Resources

Greater Cleveland Food Bank

Northeast Ohio Red Cross 

Women's Networking Group--Cleveland

Petronzio Schneier Law Firm

Candoren Guest House

Guests: 

-Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio 

-Kristin Warzocha, President and CEO, Greater Cleveland Food Bank 

-Christina Peters, External Communications Manager, Northeast Ohio Red Cross

-Carrie Carpenter, Senior Vice President of Corporate Affairs, Huntington National Bank & Founder, Women’s Networking Group-Cleveland 

-Jennifer Corso, Employment Attorney, Petronzio Schneier Co. Law Firm in Lyndhurst 

-Lisa Lewins, CEO, Candoren Guest House in Painesville & Management Professor, Lakeland Community College 

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