Adrian D. Thompson, co-partner-in-charge of Taft Cleveland, has been named to the Greater Cleveland Partnership Board of Directors. Thompson will serve alongside 75 CEOs of small, mid-sized, and large Fortune 500 companies in the Cleveland region, as well as executives who lead the region’s major health care, educational, and venture capital organizations.
The board represents the diversity that is present in Greater Cleveland to foster critical thinking and organizational integrity, by virtue of the distinctive opinions, life experiences, and points of view of the Greater Cleveland Partnership members. The board’s active engagement and leadership abilities are central to the Greater Cleveland Partnership’s credibility and success. For the complete list of directors, visit here.
Thompson provides counsel for private sector clients on issues including equal employment opportunity litigation, wage-hour problems, employment of the disabled, federal housing, and other labor matters. He also represents school districts in contract negotiations, grievance arbitration, litigation, education of the disabled, and employment discrimination matters.
About the Greater Cleveland Partnership
With more than 12,000 members, the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP) is the largest metropolitan chamber of commerce in the nation. It focuses on driving the economic vitality of the region by building a strong and thriving climate for small businesses, middle-market companies, and large corporations. For more information, visit here.