Green Up Cleveland is entirely volunteer-run by its dedicated Board members:
Karl Fanter is passionate about Cleveland, civic engagement, and the environment. He is a proud Cleveland Bridge Builder alumnus and a partner at BakerHostetler. Karl lives in Bay Village with his wife Heather and family. When he is not picking up litter, Karl enjoys hiking with his children and supporting Cleveland sports teams.
Sharon Holbrook, a former attorney, is a litter-hater, a Cleveland-lover, and a freelance writer. Her published work has appeared in Belt Magazine, Cleveland Magazine, The New York Times, The Washington Post and others. Sharon and her husband Scott live with their family in Shaker Heights.
Paul Klodor is the Executive Director of Court Community Service, a Cleveland not-for-profit organization that manages and develops community service sentencing programs for courts in Cuyahoga County. Paul is a lifelong resident of Greater Cleveland, and is a graduate of Cleveland State University’s College of Urban Affairs. Paul is married and lives with his wife Ann in Shaker Heights. They are the proud parents of two sons, both residents of Cleveland.
Antonio Mosley is a senior strategy manager with Accenture and an avid supporter of all things Cleveland. Inspired by the value achieved in serving others, he often volunteers in roles with Habitat for Humanity, Junior Achievement, and United Way. Antonio lives in Shaker Heights and is the proud father of sons attending Shaker schools and Ohio University.
Michael Mumford is a litigation partner at Baker Hostetler LLP. He is a lifelong resident of Cleveland, growing up in Lyndhurst and attending college and law school at Case Western Reserve University. Mike now lives in Cleveland Heights with his partner Neil.
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