Posted on September 30, 2016 at 11:29 AM, updated September 30, 2016 at 11:29 AM Print
Will serve as advisors to the Board and University
Cleveland State University has appointed five Cleveland-area leaders to serve as community members of its Board of Trustees. Community members serve as non-voting advisors and are appointed by the Board Chairman for a term approved by the Board. The selections represent key facets of the region and are recognized experts in their respective fields.
The new members are:
- Robyn Gordon, a CSU alumna and director of the Operations Directorate at NASA’s Glenn Research Center.
- Len Komoroski, CEO of the NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena.
- Linda McHugh, chief human resource officer at the Cleveland Clinic.
- David Reynolds, senior vice president of Key Private Bank.
- Joseph Roman, president and CEO of the Greater Cleveland Partnership.
“One of CSU’s greatest strengths is its connectivity with the community,” says CSU President Ronald M. Berkman. “I am confident this engagement will only be strengthened by the fresh perspectives and wealth of experience that these individuals bring to CSU. We are very pleased to have their assistance and insights as we work to further elevate our best-in-class urban university.”
The appointments were approved at the September 30 Board meeting. The CSU Board of Trustees is chaired by Bernie Moreno, president of the Bernie Moreno Companies. For full member biographies and to learn more about the Board, visit https://www.csuohio.edu/board-of-trustees/board-of-trustees.