Homeless Women Vets; Bystander Intervention; Forward Cities
They served their country but came back to homelessness. The local effort to find adequate housing for the women of the armed forces, who find themselves with no place of their own.
Then harnessing the power of the bystander to make our campuses safer. We’ll explore the ideas behind Green Dot with the woman who created it.
Plus, sustaining Cleveland's forward momentum will take innovation and participation involving all of the city’s neighborhoods and residents.
Voinovich Viewing & Funeral:
Thursday, June 16, 2016
- Public Viewing
- 10 am to 4 pm
- Cleveland City Hall Rotunda
- 601 Lakeside Avenue East
- Cleveland, OH 44114
Friday, June 17, 2016
- Funeral Mass
- 10 am
- Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church
- Burial at All Souls Cemetery in Chardon
Forward Cities Convening in Cleveland:
Previously from Ideastream:
Homeless Women Vets
- Shelia Locatelli, CEO Women of Hope
- Kristi Copez, Executive Board Member, Women of Hope
- Melinda Lindsay, Veteran
- Dr. Dorothy Edwards, Ph.D., Executive Director, Green Dot
- Jennifer O'Connell, Sexual & Relationship Violence Support Services Director, Kent State University
- Reginald D. Cash, Entrepreneur, Founder, CEO, Markers
- Randell McShepard, Vice President of Public Affairs, RPM International Inc.
- Deb Hoover, President & CEO, Burton D. Morgan Foundation