Dianne Depasquale-Hagerty to speak at June’s Power Players


We are delighted to have the very passionate Dianne DePasquale-Hagerty, Executive Director of Medina Creative Housing*, as guest speaker at the upcoming Power Players Luncheon, presented by Skylight Financial Group, on Thursday June 19.  

Dianne who is the recipient of many awards including Community Champion Award, Pillar Award and the Agent of Change Award has done tremendous work over the years to help change the way society views people with disabilities.   She will discuss how Medina Creative Housing creates opportunities to empower individuals with disabilities by building bridges between the for-profit and nonprofit sectors.  As always, we look forward to a lively discussion.

The luncheon will take place on Thursday, June 19 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Cleveland.  To register for this event, please contact Sara Dziegielewski at (216) 592-7369 or  Further information can be found in the announcement.

Medina Creative Housing (MCH), whose mission is to “develop quality housing, services and supports to enable individuals with disabilities to live their lives with dignity and opportunity” is a non-profit organization in Medina which has been serving the community for 20 years.  In addition, to providing solutions for independent living, MCH provides an array of innovative services and programs such as life skills training, supportive employment and therapeutic horseback riding as part of its goal to promote true integration into the community for those with disabilities. 


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