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Cleveland State University Foundation Board Adds Members

Posted September 21, 2018 in Articles

Eight new members recently joined the CSU Foundation Board of Directors.

Lonnie Coleman, president and CEO of Coleman Spohn Corporation, a mechanical contracting company that has been involved with such projects as Quicken Loans Arena, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Monte Ahuja Medical Center and the Hilton Cleveland.

Brian L. Gevry, CEO and chief investment officer of Boyd Watterson Asset Management, LLC. An alumnus, BA ’90, he is a member of the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Visiting Committee.

Michael Jeans, president and CEO of Growth Opportunity Partners, Inc., which provides lending and coaching assistance to help small businesses grow. He also is a member of the board of directors of Westfield Bank.

James A. Kandrac, founder and president of UCG Technologies (formerly United Computer Group), a provider of customized information technology products and services. An alumnus, BBA ’83, he was a member of the Viking swim team as a student.

Janet L. Kramer, retired president of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society's Ohio Buckeye Chapter. Kramer, MBA ’83, received CSU’s Distinguished Alumni Award in 2017 and is the former president of the Alumni Association Board of Directors. She serves on the College of Business Visiting Committee and was inducted into the College of Business Hall of Fame.

Mort Q. Levin, founder of the Levin Group, Inc., a real estate development and management firm with a diverse portfolio of properties including commercial warehouse space, shopping centers and multifamily units. A former member of both the CSU Board of Trustees and CSU Foundation board, he is pleased to again be serving as a director.

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