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Business Health Career Business Enterprise November 8, 2012

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WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH-

Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11)

released the following statement regarding her re-election to a third full term in the U.S. House of Representatives:

Marcy Kaptur earns her 16th term in Congress.

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Colin Powell Highlights the 5th Annual Ohio Diversity and Leadership Conference pg. 9

"As I prepare to serve the people of the Eleventh Congressional District in a new term, I offer my thanks to the voters who placed their trust in me. I extend my pledge to work hard for the people of my district and to be your voice in Washington. I welcome the opportunity to servemy existing constituents and look forward to representing new communities and residents in the expanded district, as well as addressing the concerns that matter to Northeast Ohioans. Chief among those concerns is to foster economic growth that works for everyone. Our district and our nation face many important issues and I am ready to get back to work for all the people I serve." Background: Congresswoman Fudge was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in a special election in November 2008, re-elected in the general election that was held that same month and again in 2010. She is the Ranking Member of the Department Operations, Oversightand Credit Sub-committee of the Agriculture Committee and also sits on the Committee on Education and the Workforce. The Congresswoman is a life-long resident of Northeast Ohio an resides in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.

When I was in medical school in the 1980s, I was taught that blood pressure normally rises as one ages. The leading cardiologists at Wayne State University School of Medicine felt that a normal blood pressure could be ascertained by adding 90 to the patient’s age. The resulting number would be the average systolic blood pressure for the individual patient. For example, a 60-year-old patient would be expected to have a systolic blood pressure of 150 mmHg, while an 89-year-old patient would have a systolic pressure of 170 mmHg. Those same expert cardiologists told me that a diastolic pressure less than 100 mmHg was normal for most people. Now, however, new recommendations from the American Heart Association assert that “normal” systolic blood pressure should be less than 120 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure, less than 80 mmHg. Accepting these new recommendations means that nearly half of all adult Americans would be classified as having hypertension or prehypertension requiring medical therapy. This is big business. More than 40 million doctor visits per year are for patients seeking care for hypertension. So, are the old recommendations right, or the new ones? (This story continued on page 3)

School Levies Result

But two of the biggest districts in the state – each desperate to pass levies — were successful. Voters in Cleveland approved a new, 15-mill levy that will largely go to pay for the Cleveland plan aimed at restoring the failing district. And the Akron schools managed to pass a 7.9-mill levy after a similar attempt narrowly failed last year. Akron Public Schools officially declared Issue 61 passed shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday, 52 percent to 41 percent. The Cleveland Public Schools’ levy passed 57 percent to 43 percent. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and CMSD CEO Eric Gordon recieved state support for Ohio House Bill 525, known as The Cleveland Plan in July when Governor John Kasich signed the plan. The law shifts some of the decision-making power in the district to the mayor’s office. In Akron Superintendent David James says this time the district started campaigning early, and was all over the community. “We did not run TV ads. We went out knocking on doors and doing it the old fashioned way of actually meeting people and talking with them,” James says. The Toledo school district was hoping to pass a levy to fund its own transformation plan, but voters there appeared to reject that levy. Renewal levies in Cincinnati and Youngstown both passed.

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Confidence is Key for Women in Business Read Article pg. 6!

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Sherrod Brown is the senior United States Senator from Ohio

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH-

Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11)

released the following statement regarding her re-election to a third full term in the U.S. House of Representatives:

Marcy Kaptur earns her 16th term in Congress.

Colin Powell

"As I prepare to serve the people of the Eleventh Congressional District in a new term, I offer my thanks to the voters who placed their trust in me. I extend my pledge to work hard for the people of my district and to be your voice in Washington. I welcome the opportunity to servemy existing constituents and look forward to representing new communities and residents in the expanded district, as well as addressing the concerns that matter to Northeast Ohioans. Chief among those concerns is to foster economic growth that works for everyone. Our district and our nation face many important issues and I am ready to get back to work for all the people I serve."

When I was in medical school in the 1980s, I was taught that blood pressure normally rises as one ages. The leading cardiologists at Wayne State University School of Medicine felt that a normal blood pressure could be ascertained by adding 90 to the patient’s age. The resulting number would be the average systolic blood pressure for the individual patient. For example, a 60-year-old patient would be expected to have a systolic blood pressure of 150 mmHg, while an 89-year-old patient would have a systolic pressure of 170 mmHg. Those same expert cardiologists told me that a diastolic pressure less than 100 mmHg was normal for most people. Now, however, new recommendations from the American Heart Association assert that “normal” systolic blood pressure should be less than 120 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure, less than 80 mmHg. Accepting these new recommendations means that nearly half of all adult Americans would be classified as having hypertension or prehypertension requiring medical therapy. This is big business. More than 40 million doctor visits per year are for patients seeking care for hypertension. So, are the old recommendations right, or the new ones?

th          North  Coast  Latina  Magazine  ±  Deadline  for  advertising  Dec.  5  2012   Highlights the Background: Congresswoman Fudge was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in a special election in November 2008, re-elected in the general election that was held that same month and again in 2010. She is the Ranking Member of the Department Operations, Oversightand Credit Sub-committee of the Agriculture Committee and also sits on the Committee on Education and the Workforce. The Congresswoman is a life-long resident of Northeast Ohio an resides in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.

(This story continued on page 3)

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School Levies Result

But two of the biggest districts in the state – each desperate to pass levies — were successful. Voters in Cleveland approved a new, 15-mill levy that will largely go to pay for the Cleveland plan aimed at restoring the failing district. And the Akron schools managed to pass a 7.9-mill levy after a similar attempt narrowly failed last year. Akron Public Schools officially declared Issue 61 passed shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday, 52 percent to 41 percent. The Cleveland Public Schools’ levy passed 57 percent to 43 percent. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and CMSD CEO Eric Gordon recieved state support for Ohio House Bill 525, known as The Cleveland Plan in July when Governor John Kasich signed the plan. The law shifts some of the decision-making power in the district to the mayor’s office. In Akron Superintendent David James says this time the district started campaigning early, and was all over the community. “We did not run TV ads. We went out knocking on doors and doing it the old fashioned way of actually meeting people and talking with them,” James says. The Toledo school district was hoping to pass a levy to fund its own transformation plan, but voters there appeared to reject that levy. Renewal levies in Cincinnati and Youngstown both passed.

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Computers, Older Adults, and Libraries

and accessibility. As more and more resources move out of print and into the electronic realm, they may be available, but at what cost, and to whom? If a person cannot use a computer, electronic access is useless to them, just as books are useless to someone who is illiterate. 

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2013  Diversity  Chamber  Minority  Business  Outlook  »  

Diversity  Chamber  to  Aid  Minority  Business   Entrepreneurs                            December  14,  2012                                          Photo:  Lou  Acosta  with:  1)  Gen.  Colin  Powell  2  )  Mayor  Frank  Jackson  of  Cleveland  3)  Dept.  Of  Labor  Director  Hilda  Solis    

                                           

 

 

  

The  Diversity  Chamber  is  proud  to  announce  its  on-­going  efforts  to  aid  in  business  minority  development.  Diversity  Chamber’s  primary  mission   is  to  provide  a  cost-­effective  way  to  level  the  playing  field  for  minority  business  owners  unable  to  afford  traditional  chamber  of  commerce  fees.   Diversity  Chamber  also  aids  business  minority  development  by  providing  opportunities  to  individuals  to  lead  their  own  chapters,  profit,  pay  taxes   and  create  jobs  in  their  local  community.   The  Diversity  Chamber  aids  in  minority  development  in  several  ways,  including  its  Business  Networking  Series,  marketing  and  media   opportunities,  expos  and  monthly  workshops  for  minority  business  entrepreneurs.  “Our  local,  regional  and  national  educational  events  bring   together  leaders  in  every  field  to  network,  train  or  educate  our  communities  and  membership,”  Diversity  Chamber  CEO  Lou  Acosta  said.  “Our   professional  development  and  business  growth  sessions  include  diversity,  leadership,  empowerment,  giving,  success  and  professionalism.”   Minority  business  owners  will  also  benefit  in  monetary  savings  from  a  Diversity  Chamber  membership  through  its  Member  Discount  Program.   This  program  saves  minority  business  owners  thousands  of  dollars  per  year  on  an  elite  collection  of  local  and  national  discounts  from  thousands   of  hotels,  restaurants,  retailers,  car  dealers,  national  attractions,  events,  concerts  and  more.  A  membership  with  Diversity  Chamber  gives  minority   business  owners  access  to  more  than  $4,500  in  savings  from  companies  like  Costco,  Sprint,  Dell,  Verizon  Wireless,  Overstock.com,  Red  Lobster,   Brooks  Brothers  and  countless  other  vendors.   The  Diversity  Chamber  is  also  committed  to  assisting  the  next  generation  of  minority  business  owners  with  our  College  Outreach  programs.  The   Diversity  Chamber  provides  college  students  with  diversity  and  business  trainings  and  encourage  the  promotion  of  minority  business   scholarships.  The  Diversity  Chamber  also  believes  in  community  involvement,  according  to  Acosta,  “we  promote  within  our  communities  for  the   economic  development  and  growth  of  our  members,  their  businesses  and  careers.”   Diversity  Chamber  is  currently  welcoming  new  members  and  new  chapter  presidents  all  over  the  country.  If  you  are  in  a  market  that  is  ignoring   minority  development  in  business,  or  you  are  a  minority  business  owner  or  college  student  Diversity  Chamber  can  assist  you  in  realizing  your   business  goals.  For  more  information  about  joining  Diversity  Chamber  and  its  minority  development  efforts,  please  visit  us  online  at   www.diversitychamber.com  or  call  us  at  216-­394-­0772  during  normal  business  hours.   The  Diversity  Chamber  is  established  as  a  for  profit  member  organization  that  promotes  economic  development  and  growth  opportunities  for   women  and  minority  entrepreneurs,  professionals  and  students.  For  more  information  please  visit  us  at  www.diversitychamber.com  and  like  us   on  Facebook  at  www.facebook.com/diversitychamber.  






         

     





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         Health  &  Education  Network        Mar  20  at  LCCC  &  Mar  21  at           2nd   Annual  Diversity  Business,   CSU  9:00am  ±  4:00pm  Free   Admission                                                                                                                                                                                                              Some  of  our  Panel  include:                                                                                                                                A  Panel  of  Speakers:  Diversity  Business  Health  &  Wellness   Attorney  Richard  Herman  “The  Diverse  Entrepreneur”  Attorney    George  Pla    “Business  &  Diversity”  or  Diversity  &  Immigration”     Dr.   T3UHVHQW ameka  Taylor/  Ruth  R           amos      Generational  Diversity    Professor   Lisa  Gaynier    Diversity  &  the  CEO  Attorney  Patricia   Smith             3UHVHQW “Diversity  in  the  Legal  Industry  ”  President  Rita  Singh  “Women  in  Business”  CEO  Radikah  Reddy:    Testimonial    “An  Immigrant          2nd  Annual   Diversity   B“Health   usiness,  &H  W ealth   &  Education   Network   Mar   20  at  LCCC   &ealth”    Mar  2  1  and   at  CmSU   9:00am   ±  4:00pm  tFotal   ree  Admission   Entrepreneur”    COSE   Rep:   ellness”    Cleveland   Clinic:    “Diversity   in  H ore,    1:00am  ±  4:00pm  Free  Admission   6  Speakers          2  nd        Annual  Diversity   B usiness,  Health  &   E ducation  Network  Mar  20  at   L CCC  &  Mar  21   a t  CSU   9                                S      etup                                                –        P    anel                                      a    m                                        –      Some   of  our   Panel  Nietworking/Matchmakers/Tradeshow   nclude:   Registration   1pm-­4pm   Speed                                        a  nd                                8      :30am                                                  9      :00                          –        1      2:30                    Some  of   our  Panel  include:  

 



  3UHVHQW                                                                                                                              A  Panel  of  Speakers:  Diversity  Business  Health  &  Wellness                                                                                                                                A  Panel  of  Speakers:  Diversity  Business  Health  &  Wellness   Attorney  Richard  Herman  “The  Diverse  Entrepreneur”  Attorney    George  Pla    “Business  &  Diversity”  or  Diversity  &  Immigration”          2nd  Annual  Diversity  Business,  Health  &  Education  Network  Mar  20  at   LCCC  &  Mar  21   t  CSU  9:00am  ±  4:00pm  Free  Admission   Attorney  Richard  Herman  “The  Diverse  Entrepreneur”  Attorney    George  Pla    “Business  &a  Diversity”  or  Diversity  &  Immigration”   Dr.  Tameka  Taylor/  Ruth  Ramos              G      enerational   Diversity    Professor  Lisa  Gaynier    Diversity  &  the  CEO  Attorney  Patricia  Smith                                                                                                                                G                                                Some  of  our  Panel  include:   Dr.  Tameka  Taylor/  Ruth  Ramos     enerational  Diversity    Professor  Lisa  Gaynier    Diversity  &  the  CEO  Attorney   Patricia  Smith     n   Singh  “Women  in  Business”  CEO  Radikah  Reddy:    Testimonial    “An  Immigrant            “Diversity                                    ti  he  Legal  Industry  ”  President  Rita  Singh  “Women  in        t    he          L    egal  Industry                                              ”        P    resident      A  Panel  Roita   f  Speakers:  Diversity  Business  Health  &  Wellness   “Diversity  in   Business”  CEO  Radikah  Reddy:    Testimonial    “An  Immigrant   Entrepreneur”    COSE  Rep:  “Health  &  Wellness”    Cleveland  Clinic:    “Diversity   in  Health”    and  more,    16  Speakers  total   Attorney  Richard  Herman  “The  Diverse  Entrepreneur”  Attorney    George  Pla    “Business  &  Diversity”  or  Diversity  &  Immigration”   Entrepreneur”    COSE  Rep:  “Health  &  Wellness”    Cleveland  Clinic:    “Diversity  in  Health”    and  more,    16  Speakers  total   Dr.  Tameka  Taylor/  Ruth  Ramos     Generational  Diversity    Professor  Lisa  Gaynier    Diversity  &  the  CEO  Attorney  Patricia  Smith     Registration  and  Setup  8:30am  –  P  anel   9:00  am  –  12:30  –  1pm-­4pm  Speed  Networking/Matchmakers/Tradeshow   Registration   8:30am  –  Panel  9:00  am  –  12:30  –  1pm-­4pm  Speed  Networking/Matchmakers/Tradeshow   “Diversity  in  and  Setup   the  Legal  Industry  ”  President  Rita  Singh  “Women  in   Business”  CEO  Radikah  Reddy:    Testimonial    “An  Immigrant   Entrepreneur”    COSE  Rep:  “Health  &  Wellness”    Cleveland  Clinic:    “Diversity  in  Health”    and  more,    16  Speakers  total   Registration  and  Setup  8:30am  –  Panel  9:00  am  –  12:30  –  1pm-­4pm  Speed  Networking/Matchmakers/Tradeshow  









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Title  Sponsor  for  LCCC  on  March  20th  will  be  Lorain  National  Bank  –  Title  Sponsor  for  CSU  on  March  21  will  be  Rockwell  Automation  Four   levels  of  sponsorships  still  available  =  Platinum  -­5k  Gold-­3k  Silver-­2k  Bronze-­1k    Corporate  Vendors  Table  $500-­ MBE’s/FBE’s/Government/Non-­profit   –  box  lunches  for  S ponsor/Vendors  -­    Our  Sponsors/Vendors  allow    us  to  keep  the  expo  free    of     $250    charge,   so  wPe  artner   encourage   our   participants   to  seek   them  Somith   ut  and   heir  Gaynier businesses.    CEO/   Radikah   Reddy              Attorney   Patricia              pPatronize   rofessor  Ltisa   Ramos  Clifford  &  Dr  Taylor                    CEO  Rita  Singh  CEO/  Partner  Radikah  Reddy              Attorney  Patricia  Smith              Professor  Lisa  Gaynier  Ramos  Clifford  &  Dr  Taylor                     CEO  Rita  Singh

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