Cross-Sector Leadership

"Striving" to help schools, students succeed

In his guest column for the Cincinnati Enquirer, Richard Lee Colvin highlights four ways that Cincinnati's Strive Partnership stands out from the crowd. These consist of partners gathering around a common goal, establishing performance targets, understanding the importance of data, and having a strong, sustained civic leadership to support the work. [...] more about "Striving" to help schools, students succeed

Strive Partnership in Cincinnati achieves better results in schools

Greg Landsman, executive director of The Strive Partnership in Greater Cincinnati, writes in an article for Democrat and Chronicle that our economic future is dependent on our educational outcomes. "Growing a stronger economy and lifting incomes will depend on getting better results in education, cradle to career," he writes. [...] more about Strive Partnership in Cincinnati achieves better results in schools

Who We Are/Staff Structure


StrivePartnership is a partnership comprised of leaders from the education, business, philanthropic, nonprofit, civic, and faith communities who believe in the importance of education and the impact of working together to change the system of education for every child, from cradle to career. 

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StrivePartnership Executive Committee

In order to achieve better results for every child, every step of the way, cradle to career, Greater Cincinnati leaders at all levels of the education, nonprofit, community, civic, and philanthropic sectors are working together as part of StrivePartnership to tackle some of our most pressing challenges, and to take advantage of some of our biggest opportunities.

The StrivePartnership Executive Committee members include:

CHAIR:

Leslie Maloney
Senior Vice President
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