Innovation Mission Fellows; Statehouse Update

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How do you break the cycle of poverty and move families up the economic ladder?  For the past 18-months The Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland, partnering with the Cleveland Leadership Center, has been working to help encourage and develop innovative ideas aimed at breaking down specific barriers faced by low-income families.  We'll meet the five fellows chosen for the Innovation Mission: Fighting Poverty with Big Ideas.  We'll discuss where their ideas have taken them over the last year-and-a-half.
Then, we'll check in with our team at the Ohio Statehouse where the Senate prepares to give a look at its budget plans and a possible effort to expand gun background checks.

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A Celebration of Innovation event details and registration

Innovation Mission web site

Cleveland Leadership Center

Guests: 

Susanna Krey, President, Sisters of Charity Foundation 
Penny Smith, Ph.D., Founder/CEO Alegria Technologies, Innovation Mission Fellow 
Bill Leamon, College and Career Coach, Notre Dame College, Founder, CollegeToCareer.org, Innovation Mission Fellow 
Dabney Conwell, VP, Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging, Executive Director, Rose Centers for Aging Well  Innovation Mission Fellow  
Hazel Remesch, Supervising Attorney, Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, Innovation Mission Fellow  
Julie Cortes, Senior Attorney, Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, Innovation Mission Fellow 
Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV 
 

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