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Women Honoring Women

November 21, 2013 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

| $50

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Date:
November 21, 2013
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
$50
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The Club At Key Center
127 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44113 United States
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Phone:
216-861-5217

On November 21, 2013 the CMBA’s Women In Law Section and the Northeast Ohio Association of Corporate Counsel are hosting an event to honor a select group of twenty female in-house counsel in Northeast Ohio.

All proceeds will support the programs of The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland and the CMBA Women in Law Section.

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We will also raffle a two-night stay at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort (valued at $1500), which includes breakfast each morning and an activity of the winner’s choosing. Tickets are $50 each and the winner will be selected at the event. Only 100 tickets will be sold.

Honorees include:

Ilah Adkins
RBS Citizens Financial Group, Inc. (Charter One Bank)

Andrean R. Horton
A. Schulman, Inc.

Gina A. Beredo
Nordson Corporation

Janet L. Miller
University Hospitals Health System, Inc.

Cynthia A. Binns
GrafTech International Holdings Inc.

Lessie Milton Jones
Dominion East Ohio Gas

Kim Bixenstine
University Hospitals Health System, Inc.

Geri Presti
Forest City Enterprises, Inc.

April Miller Boise
Veyance Technologies, Inc.

Elizabeth A. Rader
Cleveland Clinic

Carolyn Cheverine
Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc.

Assunta Rossi
De Nora Tech, Inc.

Maureen A. Doerner
KeyBank National Association

Valerie Gentile Sachs
OM Group, Inc.

Teirra M. Everette
Dominion Resources Services, Inc.

Cynthia C. Schafer
AT&T Services, Inc.

Jennifer Griveas
Eliza Jennings Senior Care Network

Karen Flynn Shanahan
Cleveland Clinic

Shelly Hillyer
Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc.

Sonali B. Wilson
Cleveland State University

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