Governor Ted Strickland has announced the appointment of three new Cleveland State University trustees, restoring the Board to its full complement of nine members. The new trustees are:
- Morton Levin, a Shaker Heights attorney and manager and developer of real estate investments with the Levin Group, Inc., since 1982. He has served on the endowment committee of the Jewish Community Federation and as the chair of the Albert A. and Maxine Levin Advisory Committee at Cleveland State University. Mr. Levin, a member of the Ohio Bar Association, earned his bachelor's and law degrees from the University of Michigan.
- The Rev. Marvin McMickle, of Shaker Heights, senior pastor of Antioch Baptist Church in Cleveland and a professor at Ashland Theological Seminary. He has served as president of the NAACP in Cleveland, the Urban League of Cleveland and the Shaker Heights Board of Education. Rev. McMickle earned a bachelor's degree from Aurora University, master's degree from Union Theological Seminary and doctorates from Princeton Theological Seminary and Case Western Reserve University.
- Dan Moore III, of Cleveland, entrepreneur and founder of 15 Cleveland companies, including several advanced manufacturing companies. Mr. Moore, who started an entrepreneurship program with the Harvard Business School Club and began a Junior Achievement Program at East Technical High School, received his bachelorís degree in economics from Trinity College in 1963 and an MBA from Harvard University in 1966. He is a former Cleveland mayoral candidate.
The three replace former Trustees Peter Cavanagh, who resigned from the Board; Carl Glickman, whose term expired; and Alex Machaskee, whose service ended in June.
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