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About WHACC Publisher

The Warrensville Heights Area Chamber of Commerce works to promote, enhance, and foster the growth of business in the area communities of Highland Hills, North Randall and Warrensville Heights, Ohio. Visit whacc.org to subscribe, get involved, or join. Do you have news, updates, or opportunities you would like to share? We’re looking to our members to submit world-class content for our print newsletters, email newsletters, and social media channels. Please submit your business articles, tips, and resources to news@whacc.org

Chamber Junior Leadership Academy: a unique collaboration

Last week, 25 high school students participated in the Chamber Junior Leadership Academy: a unique collaboration between the Effective Leadership Academy (ELA), the Warrensville Area Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Bradley Sellers, and Superintendent Donald Jolly. This five-day program provided students with the unique opportunity to learn from many officials, influencers and business leaders throughout Highland […]

Be a part of the conversation: Assets and opportunities for multi-modal transportation and regional connectivity

Please join us on Tuesday, July 12, 2016 for two public meetings of the Northfield-Warrensville Multi-Modal Connectivity Plan.  The meetings will be held at Tri-C Eastern Campus in the East Health Careers and Technology Building Room 021, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The second public meeting will be held at the same location on […]

Ace Your Next Event with Networking Games and Icebreakers

Networking games and Icebreakers foster teamwork, fill a room with energy, break up cliques, and engage new guests. They’re a great change of pace from the typical chamber gathering. Done right, networking games can help increase future attendance through positive referrals. At our June 2016 After Hours Networking Event we introduced a new event theme with […]

The Bigger Picture is the Better Picture

Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield’s (Anthem) dental, vision and disability plans are connected to Anthem’s health plans through clinical integration, also known as Anthem Whole Health ConnectionSM. This means that Anthem delivers a bigger, better picture of health for employees and can help improve the health and productivity of employees by providing additional benefits, […]

Welcome Board Member Sandy Kuntz

Meet WHACC’s newest Board Member Sandy Kuntz. Sandy is the Director of Business Development at Highland Springs Hospital in Highland Hills, Ohio. Sandy holds an MBA; Specialization in Healthcare Management & Human Resources from Ottawa University. Sandy has been actively involved in the Chamber from her start in Northeast Ohio. She is currently serving on the WHACC […]

WHACC 2016 Annual Award Winners

Partnership Circle Award Highland Springs Hospital Partnership Circle Award Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine New Business Escape Hunt Years of Service Charles Izzo, Infinity Construction Excellence in Customer Service Jane Pierce, Village of Highland Hills Chamber Champion Michael Lichterman, Clifford Norton Studio Community Service Jane Pierce, Village of Highland Hills Networker of the […]

WHACC Advocacy at Work

The Cuyahoga County Planning Commission is leading a study for the development of the Northfield-Warrensville Multi-Modal Connectivity Plan with the team of Parsons Brinckerhoff and SmithGroup JJR as the planning study consultants for the creation of area bike and pedestrian active transportation, traffic and roadway management, and public transportation enhancements. The Warrensville Heights Area Chamber […]

Humanities Leading Change – FREE Forum

Cuyahoga Community College’s Jack, Joseph & Morton Mandel Humanities Center and the City Club of Cleveland are collaborating on a FREE forum “Humanities Leading Change”, featuring William D. “Bro” Adams, Chair, National Endowment for the Humanities and Lauren Onkey, Chair and Dean of the Jack, Joseph & Morton Mandel Humanities Center, Cuyahoga Community College. Thursday, […]

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