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Early Childhood Resource Center executive director selected for Leadership Ohio Class of 2024

Early Childhood Resource Center executive director selected for Leadership Ohio Class of 2024

Early Childhood Resource Center Executive Director Angela Moses has been announced as one of the 35 visionaries shaping Ohio's future as appointed by the Leadership Ohio program, Class of 2024. Leadership Ohio is the state’s only leadership development program that connects diverse leaders from across Ohio to promote positive change. After receiving a record 147 nominations through a competitive selection process, the organization appointed 35 individuals as 2024 Leadership Ohio Fellows.

Over the next eight months, these leaders will explore critical questions, engage in challenging social discourse, and identify opportunities that impact Ohioans and the communities in which they live and work.

“I am incredibly excited about the transformational impact this program will have on our participants, catalyzing positive change throughout Ohio,” said Shon Christy, president of the Leadership Ohio Board of Trustees. "The cultivation of leadership is not just a necessity, it's a responsibility. We’ve spent months reviewing applications and conducting interviews to get us to this point."

The Class of 2024 comes from many different sectors, including Energy, Transportation, Education, Economic Development, Arts, and more. These fellows live in different corners of the state and represent a spectrum of ideological and political viewpoints. 43% identify on the Conservative spectrum, and 57% on the Liberal spectrum. This variety of viewpoints is a cornerstone of the program as Ohio steers towards a thriving future for people of all ages and beliefs.

Fellows will engage in a series of intensive sessions that cover topics such as agriculture, manufacturing, the Great Lakes, human trafficking, opioid addiction, fair chance hiring, and economic development. Most importantly, they will build impactful relationships with other leaders from around the state with goals for lasting change throughout their careers.

“We’re excited to welcome these distinguished changemakers who are on the leading edge of solutions for a future-driven Ohio,” said Lisa Duty, Ph.D., executive director of Leadership Ohio. “I look forward to the ways they will inspire lasting, positive change throughout our state.”

Once fellows graduate they are inducted into the Leadership Ohio alumni network comprised of accomplished, diverse, and talented Ohioans that are making a difference in their communities. And new in 2024, Leadership Ohio is launching Catalyst 1803. This online tool is a one-stop-shop where Leadership Ohio alumni can virtually gather and launch initiatives in a variety of areas that make a difference throughout the state of Ohio.

For more information about Leadership Ohio, visit

The Early Childhood Resource Center is a ministry of the Sisters of Charity Health System.


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