100 Black Men organization honors community leaders with masquerade ball in Cleveland

100 Black Men organization honors community leaders with masquerade ball in Cleveland

December 12, 2021 0

Saturday Evening, 100 Black Men of Greater Cleveland organization hosted a eventful masquerade ball event at the downtown Cleveland Marriott to help honor community leaders exemplifying excellence.The leaders included Donald J. Jolly lll, superintendent of Warrensville Heights City School District and Dr. Teresa Dews, president of Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital.

100 Black Men of Greater Cleveland was chartered in 1997 as part of the national organization, comprised of successful Black businessmen and professionals who are dedicated to mentoring black men and boys, putting them on the path to success. The organization targets three principles, highlighting, Vision, Value and Core.

Vision

Highlighting leadership, utilizing their diverse talents and creating environments in which the next generation can succeed

Value

Commiting to the intelecctual development of youth and economic empowerment to the African American community.

Core

Following values of Accountability, Respect, Teamwork and Leadership. Which lends to how members conduct business, interact with stakeholders, mentees, mentors and families.

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