Plain Dealer places Veysey '04 among Cleveland believers
A Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist profiles a group of young “Cleveland believers,” including Graham Veysey ’04, who are “bright, energetic and committed young people — people who not only love this city, but are obsessed with making it better,” writes Brent Larkin, the paper’s retired editorial director. Dubbed the Cleveland Coalition, the nine young leaders have begun “sharing ideas to make Cleveland better,” writes Larkin. “The Cleveland Coalition is no social club. The only entrance requirement is a willingness to act and a burning desire to make Cleveland a better place.” Veysey, who grew up in Shaker Heights, now owns his own media company, North Water Partners. He’s “passionate,” writes Larkin, about his work on a six-acre urban farm on the near West Side, where “we can walk that produce to the West Side Market.” View story from the Plain Dealer, June 6, 2010.
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