EducationFRANK DOOLEY JOHANEK
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To utilize professional education and non-profit management experiences to contribute to the development and growth of the Cleveland community.
EDUCATOR -PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Cuyahoga Community College/ Ohio Business College -Cleveland, Ohio 2000-Present
Responsibilities included development of a comprehensive teaching curriculum representing a broad spectrum of economic, business, marketing and leadership courses. Facilitated the certification of a new program/individualized corporate training
• Organized an active experiential event across the USA for a team of students resulting in a more engaged learning experience in the community
• Designed a creative and integrated collaborative curriculum across economic, political science and American literature; team taught the course
• Facilitated the learning of Economic, Management, Finance, Organizational Behavior and Marketing courses
• Facilitated the development of a new certification program
NONPROFIT EXECUTIVE -PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 1996-2001
Clark Metro Development Corporation, Cleveland, OH
Responsibilities included management of operations; fund-raising, budgeting, staff board relations, strategic planning and community relations.
• Developed strategic partnerships for the organization that resulted in an increased operation budget of 30%
• Initiated and obtain grant funding resulting in an increase of community services for the agency.
• Increased development of corporations’ membership by 50% and business involvement by 100% over a three-year period of time.
Master’s in Public Administration, Cleveland State University – College of Urban Affairs Cleveland, OH
Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Political Science - John Carroll University Cleveland, OH
Fellowship, Case Western Reserve University-Weatherhead School of Management Cleveland, Ohio
Public Policy Program Certification, Georgetown University Washington, D.C.
FRANK DOOLEY JOHANEK
EARLIER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Developed and implemented the inaugural Hispanic Village Event
Coordinated campaign field efforts for Cuyahoga Community College Levy efforts and a gubernatorial candidate
Initiated and developed a business association for the near west side. Supervised the development of a volunteer program for a community development corporation which partnered with Habitat for Humanity as well as neighboring churches
Facilitated the development of a commercial building as well as a senior residential establishment through collaboration with federal, state and local governments
Energized the Independent Insurance Agents of America as a national lobbyist
Lead an educational institution, Gilmour Academy, as a middle school principal, teacher and admissions director
Developed programs, outreach, and funding as Executive Director of an interfaith facility for the homeless
RECOGNITION/ COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Cleveland Municipal School Board Member
Chair, Catholic Commission on Community Action
Master Teacher Award, Gilmour Academy- Political Science
Oberlin College/Teacher of the Year - Political Science
Chairperson, City of Cleveland's Committee on Education of the Homeless Child
National Council, Eagle Scouts of America
Taft Fellowship, Xavier University- Political Leadership
Jesuit Volunteer Corp/Support Person/St. Patrick’s (Bridge Ave) Parishioner
" Frank Johanek is one of those strange guys who likes to right wrongs, battling
evil, and work his hind off to do so" Cleveland Magazine
. "Frank is intelligent; articulate, knowledgeable and concerned" Citizens League of Greater Cleveland
ExperienceSeveral AP social Studies courses
I enjoy helping young people understand concepts.
Hobbies Assistant Professor, Cuyahoga Community College; 12 years teaching an assortment of business, marketing, economic, organizational behavior, finance courses and personal finance courses. (Metro/Western Campus) Instructor, curriculum developer; 7-12 education, 15 years. Former principal, admissions director for Gilmour Academy. Taught Job Corps, Greater Heights Academy
Executive Director of two nonprofits; a facility for the homeless (including a jobs program) and a community development corporation. Experience in project management, communication and taking responsibility for the management and coordination of human resources, fundraising, grant writing and organizational objectives; including the initial Hispanic Village Event. Collaborated with federal, state and local governments.
Coordinated campaign field efforts for Cuyahoga Community College Levy efforts and a gubernatorial candidate as well as my own campaign efforts for city council/state representative. A national lobbyist for the Independent Insurance Agents of America; Mayor’s Office, City of Cleveland
Initiated and developed a business association for the near west side. Supervised the development of a volunteer program for a community development corporation Partnered with churches (Project Afford), Habitat for Humanity and private investors for several development projects
As a former Cleveland School board member, and active community member. I have built a network of individuals with a reputation of mutual respect and integrity in civic participation.
CLEP Principles of Macroeconomics, IB Economics SL, IB Economics HL, History, Economics, Constitutional Law, CLEP Principles of Microeconomics, CLEP Principles of Marketing, CLEP Principles of Management, AP Comparative Government and Politics, CLEP American Government, Civics, AP US History, AP US Government, AP U.S. Government & Politics, AP Microeconomics, AP Macroeconomics
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