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Greater Cleveland Partnership

TRADE ORGANIZATION

Founded 1848 as the Cleveland Board of Trade. "The Greater Cleveland Partnership is a membership association of companies in Northeast Ohio, with approximately 16,000 members. We are the largest private-sector economic development organization in Ohio and one of the largest metropolitan chambers of commerce in the nation."

Official Website:
http://www.gcpartnership.com/

Location:
Cleveland, OH

Founding Date:
1848

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Arthur F. Anton
Business
c. 1957   CEO of Swagelok Company
Edward P. Campbell
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Nordson Corporation
Christopher M. Connor
Business
c. 1956   CEO of Sherwin-Williams
Alexander M. Cutler
Business
28-May-1951   CEO of Eaton
David A. Daberko
Business
c. 1945   CEO of National City, 1995-2007
James L. Hambrick
Business
c. 1954   CEO of Lubrizol
Gordon D. Harnett
Business
c. 1942   Brush Engineered Materials
Henry L. Meyer III
Business
c. 1950   CEO of KeyCorp
Sandra Pianalto
Economist
4-Aug-1954   President and CEO, Cleveland Fed
Alfred M. Rankin, Jr.
Business
c. 1941   CEO of NACCO Industries
Charles A. Ratner
Business
c. 1942   CEO of Forest City Enterprises
Frank C. Sullivan
Business
c. 1961   CEO of RPM International
Jerry Sue Thornton
Educator
c. 1947   President, Cuyahoga Community College
Les C. Vinney
Business
c. 1949   CEO of Steris, 2000-07
Donald E. Washkewicz
Business
c. 1950   CEO of Parker Hannifin


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