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BECOMING A LOCAL: An Interview with Dr. Kirsten Ellenbogen

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Dr. Kirsten Ellenbogen

Dr. Kirsten Ellenbogen serves as the president and CEO of Cleveland’s much-loved Great Lakes Science Center. She has an extensive background in science and research and previously worked at the Detroit Science Center. Now, she loves to be involved in the community, having conversations about how Cleveland can continue to grow and progress, and she makes sure to take advantage of the many things to do in Northeast Ohio.

BECOMING A LOCAL: An Interview With John Gorman

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John Gorman

John Gorman, originally from Boston, is the chief content officer of WOW Media, an Internet radio station he began himself. However, he is perhaps most well-known for the thirteen years he spent working for Cleveland’s WMMS. In 2007, he published his book, The Buzzard: Inside the Glory Days of WMMS and Cleveland Rock Radio—A Memoir, and in 2013, he was inducted into the Rock Radio Hall of Fame in the “Legends of Rock-Radio Programming.”

BECOMING A LOCAL: An Interview With Dennis Devies

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Dennis Devies

Dennis Devies, executive chef of the Music Box Supper Club in Cleveland, hails from Alliance, Ohio in Stark County. He draws inspiration from his time spent cooking in the Virgin Islands, and now, living full-time in Cleveland, he enjoys rooting for the Indians and spending time on the lake.

BECOMING A LOCAL: An Interview With Tim Winter

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Tim Winter

Tim Winter is the vice president and regional manager of the Hilton Akron/Fairlawn Hotel and Suites. He started at Hilton 40 years ago, working at the front desk. He grew up in Sharon Center, Ohio and now resides in Bath with his family, where he enjoys time spent outdoors, in the region’s many parks, and attending Cleveland Orchestra performances.