Education Advisory Council
The Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland’s Education and Museum Outreach (EMO) department is a cornerstone of the Bank’s community and education outreach efforts. Council members are recruited from the Fourth District (Ohio, western Pennsylvania, eastern Kentucky, and the northern panhandle of West Virginia). Members are selected to serve a two-year term and may serve more than one term.
The EMO department seeks individuals who value the role of education, critical thinking, and lifelong learning. Council members participate in discussions that help guide future strategies and help inform the department’s effectiveness. Council members also make recommendations, provide feedback and perspectives on the museum’s areas of focus such as community engagement, marketing, outreach, programming, curriculum, and technology.
Assistant Professor and Director of the Center for Economic EducationNorthern Kentucky University
Vice President, AccessibilityeSSENTIAL Accessibility
SuperintendentPrinceton City Schools
Executive DirectorKentucky Financial Empowerment Commission
LaVora (Gayle) Gadison
Curriculum and Instruction Manager, Social StudiesCleveland Metropolitan School District
Eric S. Gordon
Chief Executive OfficerCleveland Metropolitan School District
Field SupervisorOffice of Field Services, Cleveland State University
DocentThe Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage
Manager, Youth ServicesCleveland Public Library
DirectorH.K. Barker Center for Economic Education
Professor, Department of Curricular & Instructional Studies, The LeBron James Family Foundation School of EducationUniversity of Akron
Social Studies ConsultantOhio Department of Education
Associate Professor, Teacher EducationCleveland State University
EducatorWarner Girls Leadership Academy
Educational ConsultantUrban League of Greater Cleveland
Program Coordinator, Bruce R. Thompson Center for Business and EconomicsAllegheny College
Vice President, STEM LearningGreat Lakes Science Center
Area SuperintendentColumbus City Schools
Engagement is a key part of what we do at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. To recommend a candidate to serve on one of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland's boards of directors, advisory councils, or other forms of engagement with the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, complete and submit this form. Self-recommendations are also welcome.
If you have a question about our Bank's recruitment process, please contact us.