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Extreme Vetting Effect: Refugee Workers & Cleveland Business

How recent executive orders impact Cleveland businesses.

Among other effects, recent Executive Orders halted the entrance of refugees across the nation. This panel will take a look at the effect of this order on Cleveland businesses that rely on refugee workers. IDEA club is proud to welcome a panel of experienced business professionals from the Cleveland area to share and discuss their perspective on the recent changes. Danielle Drake is the Community Relations Manager of US Together, a non-profit servicing the needs of recently arrived refugee families in Cleveland. Chas Grossman is the President of National Safety Apparel, producing heat and thermal protective apparel designed, manufactured and sold from Cleveland, Ohio.  Finally, Dan T. Moore President and CEO of Dan T. Moore Company, a large manufacturing and holding company, focusing on finding and solving unmet industrial needs. Both National Safety Apparel and the Dan T. Moore company employ refugee workers to meet their needs. 

Time: 12:00 - 1:00

Location: PBL 203

Host: IDEA Club, Moderated by Professor Michael Goldberg 

Monday, Feb. 13, 2017 from noon to 1 p.m.
Case Western Reserve University Room 203
10900 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44106-7235
United States
Speaker(s): Danielle Drake, US Together, Chas Grossman, National Safety Apparel, Dan T. Moore, Dan T. Moore Co.
Sponsored by: IDEA Club
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