Crain's Forty under 40 list includes seven CWRU students and alumni, three from Weatherhead | Weatherhead

Crain's Forty under 40 list includes seven CWRU students and alumni, three from Weatherhead

Posted 9.10.2015

For 24 years, Crain's Cleveland has recognized individuals under the age of 40 in Northeast Ohio for their professional success and civic contributions through the Crain's Forty under 40 program. This year, 17.5% of the honorees currently attend or graduated from Case Western Reserve University, including three from the Weatherhead School of Management.

Gino G. Banco, EMBA '16

Gino G. Banco, PhD and current EMBA student is Principal R&D Engineer, Medical Devices at Parker Hannifin. He earned his PhD and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State University.


Julius KorleyJulius Korley, MBA '15

Julius Korley, PhD, is President and CEO of Affinity Therapeutics, LLC. He earned his PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Cornell University.


Phillip Robinson, Jr.Phillip M. Robinson Jr., EMBA '14

Phillip M. Robinson Jr. is Executive Director and Vice President of City Year Cleveland.


Additional Case Western Reserve University alumni recognized this year are:

  • Jacquelyn Adams, BS '02, President, Tareto Maa USA / Ranger Program Advocate, Girl Scouts of North East Ohio
  • Carolyn Blake, JD '10, Of Counsel, Meyers, Roman, Friedberg & Lewis
  • Gordon Daily, BS '01, President, BoxCast
  • Allyson O’Keefe, JD '04, Partner, Porter Wright

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