All-In Plan takes aim at achieving a shared vision for Greater Cleveland

January 20, 2022What will it take for us to achieve our vision of becoming a great region in the Great Lakes?

All of us, being ALL IN—with the private, public and civic sectors working in unity toward a shared goal. 

The All-In plan and strategy for the region went public at the January 19 GCP Chairman’s Forum event—in a virtual format featuring GCP CEO Baiju Shah, GCP board chair Eric Schnur, vice-chair Paul Dolan, and partners from Cleveland Foundation, Team NEO, JumpStart, The Fund for Our Economic Future, MAGNET, Nordson, Deaconess Foundation, Eaton, Cleveland Cavaliers, The AKA Team, Metro West Community Development Corporation and KeyBank. 

In addition to conversations about dynamic businesses, abundant talent, inclusive opportunity, and appealing community, a panel representing five organizations involved with the Cleveland Innovation Project discussed what it means to be All-In and why the mindset and values are already making an impact strengthing our civic system.

From left: Ray Leach (JumpStart), Bethia Burke (The Fund for Our Economic Future), Eric Schnur (GCP), Megan Wilson (Cleveland Foundation), and Bill Koehler (Team NEO).

Learn more about the All-In Plan and strategies

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Miss the forum? No problem! Check out the full presentation below: