Reichtell, a Cleveland resident, has been an active leader in the community development field in Cleveland for over 25 years. Her experience includes housing rehabilitation and new construction, creating neighborhood parks and bike and pedestrian trails, brownfield remediation and community organizing at the neighborhood level. For the past seven years she served as Senior Vice President for Programs at Neighborhood Progress, Inc. in which she managed a $2 million annual grant program that invested in strategic areas around the City of Cleveland.
Director of Programming and Community Engagement
Rachel Oscar is the Director of Programming and Community Organizer. She has her Masters of Urban Planning and Development from Cleveland State's Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs. The previous community organizer, Kaela Geschke, has taken on a new position at Neighborhood Connections.
Economic and Communication Coordinator
Diana Hasrouni will be the team's new Economic and Communication Coordinator through AmeriCorps VISTA, continuing Hire Local and Live Local collaborations, as well as marketing and communications work for Campus District as the new e-news editor. This is Diana's second year of service through AmeriCorps, previously serving at NEOMED and Cleveland State University. She replaces Jack Schmitt, whose AmeriCorps VISTA year of service will end June 23rd.
Business Development & Marketing Specialist
Jazmyn Blockson has recently joined Campus District, Inc. as a shared employee through a collaboration with Downtown Cleveland Alliance. As the business development and marketing specialist, Jazmyn is working to identify new development opportunities for existing properties in the Campus District.
Real Estate Director
Jack Boyle joined the Campus District as a loaned executive from Cleveland State’s Levin College in January 2013. A long-time catalyst for change in the neighborhood, Boyle served as vice president for Business and Finance from 2003-2011, and during that time was a major influence in reorienting Cleveland State toward a residential, walkable campus by financing millions of dollars in construction and development.