Local Business Leaders Named Co-Chairs of Annual Maltz Heritage Award

Dinner and Ceremony to Honor Eaton Chairman and CEO Alexander M. Cutler
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage has announced the co-chairs of the second annual Maltz Heritage Award:  James L. Hambrick, Chairman, President and CEO, The Lubrizol Corporation; Beth E. Mooney, Chairman and CEO, KeyCorp; and Zev Weiss, Co-CEO, American Greetings.  This year’s award recipient will be Alexander M. Cutler, Chairman and CEO, Eaton, acknowledging his leadership in creating a culture of inclusion and diversity at the company.

James L. Hambrick      Beth E. Mooney      Zev Weiss      Alexander M. Cutler

        James L. Hambrick                        Beth E. Mooney                                Zev Weiss                           Alexander M. Cutler

“It is an honor to be part of this annual event.  Sandy Cutler is the perfect honoree,” says co-chair Beth Mooney.  “He personifies the mission of the Maltz Museum through his tireless dedication to our community and his deep commitment to diversity, inclusion and the power of collaboration.”

The Maltz Heritage Award will be presented to Mr. Cutler at a fundraiser dinner held on May 22, 2014 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.  For tickets and more information please contact David Schafer, Maltz Museum Director of Development, at 216.593.0575.