Women of Note

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Meet women doing vital work in northeast Ohio. One traveled the world on business and came back home to run the Catholic school she graduated from. Another dreamed of being a nurse but is now the chief lobbyist for the MetroHealth system. Our guests are this year's Crain's Cleveland Business Women of Note. They manage billion dollar wealth portfolios, local law offices and dispense compassion through social service agencies. Big jobs in a big market. How did they get there and what's their advice for others? Find out Monday morning at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas.


Sonia Mintun, Director and Portfolio Manager, Ancora Advisors

Natalie A. Leek-Nelson, President and CEO, Providence House

Robyn Minter Smyers, Cleveland Partner-in-Charge, Thompson Hine LLP

Mary Ann Corrigan-Davis, President, St. Joseph Academy

Tracy Carter, Senior Director, federal and state affairs, MetroHealth System

Justine Siegal, founder, Baseball for All


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