(Margot Copeland is donating dinner for 4 with her at the Shoreby Club for the winning bidder)
Title: Executive Vice President-Director Civic Affairs and Corporate Diversity for KeyCorp, one of the nation's largest bank-based financial services companies.
Scope of Position: Margot serves as chair of the Key Foundation and is responsible for managing the company's $20 million social investment program and workforce diversity initiatives.
Education: She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Hampton University and a Master of Arts degree in Educational Research and Statistics from The Ohio State University.
Affiliations: A graduate of the Leadership Cleveland Class of 1991; trustee of the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland Foundation; The Great Lakes Museum of Science, Environment and Technology; University Hospitals of Cleveland; The Community Partnership for Arts and Culture; Playhouse Square Foundation; Hawken School; and the President's Advisory Council of Case Western Reserve University. Mayor Michael R. White appointed Margot as Vice Chairperson of the 1996 Cleveland Bicentennial Commission and subsequently to the Cleveland Millennium Commission.
(Margot Copeland is donating dinner for 4 with her at the Shoreby Club)
We accept Mastercard and Visa(not American Express) payments and cash payments. All money is due by Friday, July 16.
The executives will meet with the winning bidders at a time convenient to both parties, on or before December 1, 2004.