The second episode of Then There's Cleveland features special guests Phyllis Seven Harris, Executive Director of Cleveland’s LGBT Community Center, and Kerry McCormack, Ward 3 Cleveland City Councilman. Hosts Lauren and Michael ask our guests to share their expertise and experiences on the subjects of diversity and inclusion, what sets Cleveland apart from other major cities, and ways we can do better. Both Phyllis and Kerry talk about the equitable work being done and ways Cleveland can improve to attract and retain the best talent.
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For all those who bleed CLE like Lauren or have transplanted here like Michael, this conversation about all things happening in The Land will have not only the kids from Cleveland beaming with pride but may even convince all the naysayers why our city is called “Believeland.”