Candi Clouse, M.S.
Program Manager, Center for Economic Development
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
Cleveland State University
Office Location: UR356
Candi Clouse is the Program Manager in the Center for Economic Development at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University. In her current role, she supports the center with data analysis, economic impact modeling, and industry research. Ms. Clouse is a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Studies with a focus on economic development.
Previously, Ms. Clouse worked for CB Richard Ellis, the world's largest commercial real estate firm in marketing and data analysis. Prior to that, Ms. Clouse worked in the nonprofit sector on projects from special event planning to government reporting and analysis.
Ms. Clouse has completed all the coursework for her doctorate and is currently writing her dissertation. Ms. Clouse has a Master's of Science, Urban Studies Degree with a focus in economic development from Cleveland State University, and a Bachelor of the Arts in Psychology from Wittenberg University. She is a member of the Urban Affairs Association and the American Statistical Association. She is the past president of the Board of Trustees for Cogswell Hall and member of the Board Development Committee for the Girl Scouts of Northeast Ohio.
Areas of Expertise:
- Regional and urban economic development
- Economic impact analysis
- Industry analysis
- Place image and business site selection