October 06, 2010
Sixteen Cleveland Institute of Art team members helped raise funds for breast cancer research and education in September 2010.
Under the team name Creativity for the Cure, 16 CIA faculty, staff, and family members participated in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in downtown Cleveland to raise funds for breast cancer research and education. Of the 16, six team members ran a 5k race and 10 walked a 5k. Mark Inglis, vice president of marketing and communications, designed the team’s t-shirts. The team enjoyed camaraderie and perfect running and walking weather for the Sept. 11, 2010 race, with sunny skies and temperatures in the low 70s.
Team members pictured
Kneeling, from left:
Mari Hulick, department head, communication design; Anne Adams, assistant registrar; Brittany Campbell ’09, technical assistant, fiber and material studies
Standing, from left:
Mark Kohoot, husband of Andrea Kohoot; Gretchen Goss, department head, enameling; Andrea Kohoot, administrative assistant and model coordinator; Gary Sampson, professor, liberal arts; Pam Argentieri-Hollern ’87 and behind her, Matthew Hollern, dean of faculty; Anna Cottos, administrative coordinator; Margaret Gudbranson, director of major gifts and planned giving; team captain Tanya Lee Shadle, assistant to the dean of faculty; Dana Bjorklund, technical services librarian, and her partner Linda Coulter
Missing from this photo but present for the race:
Bruce Checefsky, director of CIA’s Reinberger galleries; Tina Cassara, department head, fiber and material studies
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