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Kathryn Bryan of Skylight looks forward to new challenges with Medina Creative Housing
Kathryn Bryan, Financial Planner at Skylight Financial Group, is delighted to have recently joined both the advisory board for the Medina Creative Housing NE Ohio Initiative and its newly formed Legacy Committee. 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.
Through the NE Ohio Initiative, the advisory board will look to build on the success of MCH by using a similar model to build adult residential housing on the West side and East side of NE Ohio.
On her recent appointments, Kathryn Bryan said, “I am delighted to be involved in the NE Ohio Initiative. The need for housing developments that allow adults with special needs to work and contribute in the community, in a safe and independent environment, are greatly needed here in NE Ohio. As a new Advisory Board member, I plan on working to build momentum, corporate partnerships and source funding for this project. Also through my involvement in the Legacy committee, I hope to help build long lasting funding for this fantastic and deserving organization”.
For further information on Medina Creative Housing, please visit their website
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Kathryn Bryan is a registered representative of and offers securities, investment advisory and financial planning through MML Investors Services, LLC. Member SIPC. OSJ: 2012 W. 25th Street, Suite 900, Cleveland OH 44113. 216-621-5680. CRN201511-182501
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