Brad Whitehead On Decision To Step Down; Rebuilding The Bahamas; Statehouse Update

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Brad Whitehead has led the Fund for Our Economic Future since its inception in 2004.  Now, at 59, he says it is time to step aside to make room for the next generation of leadership. You don't hear that often in Cleveland. We'll will talk with Whitehead to begin today's show about his decision and how a greater diveristy of voices, and new leaders, can benefit Northeast Ohio. Later, we'll hear from tech-entrepreneur Bernie Moreno, the blockchain advocate, who has had his mind on other things lately. A visit to the Bahama islands ravage by Hurricane Dorian has spurred him to push for the the United States to step in to help -- for the good of the Bahamas -- and the U.S.  

 

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The Fund for Our Economic Future web site

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Guests: 

Brad Whitehead, President, Fund for our Economic Future
Bernie Moreno, President, The Bernie Moreno Companies 
Karen Kasler, Statehouse News Bureau Chief, Ohio Public Radio/TV  
 

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