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Local residents participating in leadership exchange program

Published: October 2, 2016 12:00 AM

The 22nd Class of the Child & Family Leadership Exchange (CFLE) has been named, with 29 participants from 20 different area organizations taking part in a year-long series of activities designed to promote excellence in leadership among Summit County professionals who serve children and families.

Through this program, participants gain an in-depth understanding of the county's child and family services systems, expand their network of service delivery partners, and develop their leadership skills. The program's hands-on approach to learning encourages communication among service providers and enhances the effectiveness of those leaders committed to strengthening family life in the community.

Included in the class are:

Beth McMinn Sullivan, LSW (Munroe Falls), Evaluator for the Summit County Domestic Relations Court.

Lucky Tisch (Munroe Falls), Communications and Community Outreach Coordinator for the County of Summit ADM Board.

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Katie Tomko, JD (Stow), assistant prosecutor with the Summit County Prosecutor's Office.

The Child & Family Leadership Exchange program is administered by Summit County Children Services and oversight is provided by an advisory board.

For more information on the Child & Family Leadership Exchange program, contact Sandy DeLuca, Summit County Children Services Community Relations supervisor, at 330-379-1994 or at sdeluca@summitkids.org.

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