The Transparency Action Plan (TAP) Summit is a project of the Cleveland Coalition and other partners including the Cuyahoga County Government, the George Gund Foundation, CSU’s Levin College Forum, the Sunlight Foundation, Civic Commons, Western Reserve Consulting Group, and Consolidated Graphics Group, Inc.tramadol online pharmacybuy tramadol no prescriptiontramadol for salebuy tramadol without prescriptionbuy tramadol onlinebuy tramadol online without prescriptionbuy tramadol online without prescriptiontramadol for salebuy tramadol without prescriptionbuy tramadol online without prescription


Who is the Cleveland Coalition?

The Cleveland Coalition is a group of ten Clevelanders who organized ourselves in January of 2010. Our goal was to sponsor events and activities that would stimulate civic dialogue in a productive fashion about issues that affect our quality of life in the Greater Cleveland area.

This core group has been playing the role of an Advisory Board over the past year: planning and executing our events and determining advocacy strategy relative to our two projects (Cleveland’s casino and the TAP Summit). This group consists of: Ahmed Abonamah, Jason Bristol, Fran DiDonato, David Jurca, Kevin Leeson, Nick Martin, Beth Sebian, Gauri Torgalkar, Graham Veysey, and Eric Wobser.

Our group is concerned with the question of how we can sustain and grow our efforts. In particular, we want to determine how we can expand our organization to incorporate more voices and ones that bring an intimate knowledge of our community’s needs and have some moxie for making stuff happen. Our internal review will culminate in a board retreat scheduled for October of this year.

Our organization admittedly needs to incorporate more diverse leadership and membership. Following a thoughtful planning process, we plan to grow our capacity and build our group in a way that’s respectful of the responsibilities we bear to our community here in Cleveland.

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The Cleveland Coalition is grateful to our many partners whose support has made the project possible, and ensures the the TAP Summit is free and open to the public.


Cuyahoga County

Civic Commons

The George Gund Foundation

Consolidated Graphics Group

Sunlight Foundation

Maxine Goodman Levin College Forum

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