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See the Black Leaders Shaping Cleveland in ‘Who’s Who In Black 2024’

Mayor Justin Bibb to Pen Introduction for “Who’s Who In Black Cleveland”

Mayor Justin Bibb has been selected to write the introduction for this year’s edition of Who’s Who In Black Cleveland. The annual publication, which celebrates the accomplishments and contributions of African American leaders in the Cleveland area, is known for its dedication to highlighting the city’s vibrant and influential Black community.

Since taking office, Mayor Bibb has been a transformative figure in Cleveland, bringing fresh energy and innovative ideas to the city’s leadership. His focus on social justice, economic development, and community engagement has resonated deeply with residents. As the introduction writer, Mayor Bibb will provide a compelling opening to the publication, setting the stage for the stories of achievement and impact that follow.

“We are excited to have Mayor Justin Bibb write the introduction, adding his visionary leadership and inspiring perspective to this year’s ‘Who’s Who In Black Cleveland,'” said Rhonda Crowder, Associate Publisher for Who’s Who in Black Cleveland.

Who’s Who In Black Cleveland has a long-standing tradition of honoring the excellence and resilience of African Americans in various sectors, including business, education, healthcare, and the arts. Mayor Bibb’s involvement emphasizes the publication’s mission to showcase the breadth of talent and leadership within Cleveland’s Black community.

The selection of Mayor Justin Bibb to write the introduction underscores the importance of leadership, vision, and community pride, making this year’s edition of Who’s Who In Black Cleveland a particularly noteworthy celebration of local Black excellence.

Shontel Brown Named Foreword Writer for This Year’s Edition of “Who’s Who In Black Cleveland”

Shontel Brown, a prominent political figure and community advocate, has been selected to write the foreword for the latest edition of Who’s Who In Black Cleveland. This prestigious publication, which highlights the achievements and contributions of African American leaders and influencers in the Cleveland area, is celebrating another year of recognizing excellence and impact within the community.

Brown, currently serving as a U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 11th congressional district, has been a dynamic force in local and national politics. Her leadership, dedication to public service, and commitment to social justice have earned her widespread respect and admiration.

“We are thrilled to have Shontel Brown write the foreword, bringing her inspiring vision and leadership to this year’s Who’s Who In Black Cleveland,” adds Crowder.

Who’s Who In Black Cleveland has long been a vital resource for spotlighting the accomplishments of African Americans in various fields, from business and education to healthcare and the arts. Brown’s involvement underscores the publication’s ongoing commitment to showcasing the diverse talents and achievements within Cleveland’s Black community.

Marcia Fudge to Receive Who’s Who In Black Cleveland Lifetime Achievement Award

Who’s Who In Black Cleveland is also proud to announce that Marcia Fudge, a true beacon of leadership and service, will be receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award in the upcoming edition of “Who’s Who in Black Cleveland.”

As a distinguished public servant, Congresswoman Fudge’s career has been marked by her commitment to justice, equality, and the betterment of our community. Her tenure as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and her impactful work as the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 11th congressional district have set a high standard for public service, showcasing the profound difference one dedicated individual can make.

“Marcia Fudge’s Lifetime Achievement Award honors her unwavering dedication, exemplary leadership, and profound impact on our community,” said Crowder.

Marcia Fudge’s legacy is a testament to the power of dedicated advocacy and the positive change that comes from tireless effort and unwavering dedication. We are proud to celebrate her achievements and highlight her as a paragon of excellence and inspiration for future generations. Through this recognition, we honor not only her extraordinary contributions but also the enduring spirit of Black leadership in Cleveland.

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