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Ohio Alumnus John Corlett has held key leadership roles in state government, Ohio’s largest public hospital, and a 110-year-old health and social welfare think tank with offices in Columbus and Cleveland. He’s also managed successful levy tax levy campaigns, helped guide Ohio’s first successful 1115 Medicaid waiver, and served as a fellow in the then office of Congressman Sherrod Brown. This presentation will highlight how his experience at Ohio University guided a lifetime of advocacy work on behalf of women, families, LGBTQ+ persons, older adults, and persons with disabilities.


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About the presenter: 

John Corlett serves as a Senior Visiting Fellow at The Center for Community Solutions, after nearly a decade as its President and Executive Director. Corlett’s career has included leadership roles in both the public and private sectors, including serving as vice president for government relations and community affairs at The MetroHealth System, and as the State of Ohio’s Medicaid Director. He has also held leadership roles in community organizations focused on families, children, behavioral health and women’s health. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of The Centers for Families and Children, First Year Cleveland, Lakewood Community Service Center, the United Way of Greater Cleveland, and the Woodruff Foundation.

Meeting ID: 834 7377 1440

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