Kathleen Greely is a proven visionary leader, a fundraising professional, and a graduate of Spring Arbor University. Prior to her private sector experience, Kathleen developed an extensive background in dealing with youth and families through public education and training programs. She acquired skills in community building and economic and workforce development in private and non-profit work environments, including a twenty-plus-year commitment to social and civic engagement. Kathleen created and coordinated workforce development strategies that resulted in more than 2,000 jobs and training opportunities for unemployed residents in northwest Ohio.
After many years in Ohio, Kathleen decided to make a change and move to the West Coast. As Director of Marketing for an Oakland Bay-area law firm, she focused on tax-deferred exchanges. She managed partnership agreements with real estate brokers, CPAs, financial advisors, and local chambers of commerce. As an expert in tax-deferred exchanges, she often conducted seminars and presentations on the subject on the West Coast and in cities throughout the U.S.With a passion for helping others, Kathleen prides herself on taking time to understand her clients’ immediate and long-term goals. She is an executive board member of Cancer Connection of Northwest Ohio and a non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma cancer survivor. Currently, she is the President/CEO of Broken Crayons Still Coloring, LLC in northwest Ohio.
Twitter: @StillColoringU and @KhatGhurl
Facebook.com: Kathleen Kathleen (personal page)
Facebook page: Conquering Lymphoma with kathleen@BrokenCrayonsStillColoring