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Greater Cleveland Branch 
History

Ms. Charlotte Taylor, Mrs. Sandra Walker, & Mrs. Bertha Frieson

Fifteen university graduates residing in the Cleveland, Ohio metropolitan area were chartered as a Branch of the National Association of University Women on November 20, 1988, at the Holiday Inn Beachwood.  Mrs. Nancy B. Collins, then North Central Sectional Director, inducted the charter members.  The National First Vice President, Ms. Emma Redmond of Dayton, Ohio, installed the officers.  Mrs. Beverly Webster Lewis was elected president.  

 

Charter members of the Greater Cleveland Branch of the National Association of University Women are: Beverly Webster Lewis, Josephine Flemster, Bertha Frieson, Ruby Jackson, Susie Lee, E. Lucille Minor, Tyna Lewis, Catherine Rucker, Vanessa Scott, June Merida Sutton, Muriel Talbert, Sammye Tarter, Charlotte Taylor, Kimberly Turner and Grace White Ware.  

 

Since organizing, members have developed and participated in community programs that promote the theme of the National organization.  Literacy, the Reading Jubilee, co-sponsoring programs in health awareness, giving community support to local as well as national and international programs and awarding scholarships to graduates of area high schools are some of the projects in which the Branch members involve themselves.  In 2003, the Greater Cleveland Branch was awarded a resolution from then Mayor of Warrensville Hts. Community (Marcia Fudge) proclaiming February 22, 2003 as Reading Jubilee Day.  

 

The Greater Cleveland Branch continues to strive toward the high ideals held by the founders of the National organization with the help of its dedicated members.  

Current Charter members: Charlotte Taylor and Bertha Frieson

                 PAST PRESIDENTS

Mrs. Beverly Lewis 1988-1989   (+)

Mrs. Bertha Frieson 1989-1990  (+)

Mrs. Christina Brown 1990-1991

Dr. Evelyn Love 1991-1994  (*  **)

Dr. Deborah Crawford 1994-1996

Mrs. Charlotte Taylor 1996-1997 (+)

Mrs. Bertha Frieson 1997-2001

Ms. Frances Johnson 2001-2003

Ms. Kimberly Moss 2003-2004

Ms. Felisa Eafford 2004-2005

Dr. Evelyn Love 2005-2006

Ms. Marian Moore 2006-2010

Dr. Evelyn Love 2010-2012

Mrs. Debra Williams-Green 2012-2017

Mrs. Sandra Walker 2017-2021

(+) Branch Founder, (*) Past Sectional Officer, (**) Past National Officer

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Ms. Bertha Frieson

Charter Member

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Ms. Charlotte Taylor

Charter Member

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Dr. Evelyn Love

Long Time Member

Former Branch President

&

Sectional Director

Greater Cleveland  Branch

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