Category – Non Profit Organizations

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Tammy Bertrand
Donor Development Manager Neighborhood AllianceNon-profit organizations
Work 1536 E. 30th St. Lorain Ohio Cell Phone: 440-371-1353 Website: My Neighborhood Alliance
Categories: Non-Profit Organizations, North Ridgeville
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Shari Caruso
Director Special Spaces Cleveland
Home 1914 Pembrooke Lane Avon OH Work Phone: 4402137574 Website:

Biographical Info

I am a retired high school teacher. After retiring, I became ordained and licensed and have pronounced over 800 couples married. Approximately a year ago I became the director for a non-profit 501 C (3) organization called Special Spaces. I create dream bedrooms for children with life threatening illnesses. The focus is on children with cancer, brain tumors, organ transplants and life threatening heart conditions. Our goal is to transform their bedroom into a place that only the child can dream or imagine. We hope to create a special space where the child can heal, recover, and find peace.

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations, Rocky River
Updated 11 months ago. Return to top.
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Elizabeth Patterson
Marketing Asst. & Special Events Coordinator Genesis House
Home PO Box Lorain OH Home Phone: 440-233-8150 Cell Phone: 4406107891 Website:

Biographical Info

Elizabeth Patterson received Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from The University of Phoenix and is currently the Marketing Assistant and Special Events Coordinator at Genesis House. A strong advocate for the community, she currently runs a clothing closet for Lorain County residents and is a G.A.L for Voices for Children. In addition, she has served as a board member for The Child Care Resource Center and is currently the youth ministry leader for Point of Grace Ministries in Elyria.

Employment background:
Elizabeth worked for 10 years at Lorain County Academy, an at-risk school for children nearing expulsion from their home school. There her duties included behavior management in the classroom. While working at the school, Elizabeth was also employed with the Boys and Girls Club, eventually being promoted to Unit Director of the Oberlin Boys and Girls Club. She was responsible for overseeing the staff, program management, parent communications and creating the summer themes and field trips for all the Clubs in Lorain County. Elizabeth also worked at Weber Health Care, a facility for adults with Developmental Disabilities. There she was a program manager. She was responsible for overseeing, developing and managing life skill programs for the clients. Prior to working full-time at Genesis House, Elizabeth was a substitute for Elyria City Schools, working with students with disabilities.

Categories: Non-Profit Organizations, Oberlin
Updated 2 months ago. Return to top.
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