Beth E. Mooney to Be Honored with The Maltz Heritage Award

Beachwood, OH - The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage will honor Beth E. Mooney, Chairman and CEO of KeyCorp, with The Maltz Heritage Award. The award acknowledges Ms. Mooney’s leadership in creating a culture of inclusion and diversity at KeyCorp. Past award recipients include: Christopher Connor (2018), Audrey and Albert Ratner (2017), Barbara Snyder (2016), Milt and Tamar Maltz (2015), Sandy Cutler (2014), and Toby Cosgrove (2013). The Maltz Heritage Award will be presented to Ms. Mooney at a fundraiser dinner held on Monday, May 13, 2019 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Beth E. Mooney has been Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of KeyCorp since May 1, 2011. In 2010, she was named President and became a member of KeyCorp’s Board of Directors. Mooney graduated from the University of Texas and earned her Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Methodist University. She has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of “The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” and by Fortune Magazine as one of the Top 50 “Most Powerful Women in Business.” Mooney was named the #1 Most Powerful Woman in Banking for three years before “retiring” to the Hall of Fame to make way for other winners. Other accolades include being named was the recipient of the 'Corporate Responsibility Award' from the Foreign Policy Association for leading KeyBank’s civic leadership and community outreach, receiving the 2017 ‘Women of Note Legacy Award’ from the Cleveland Foundation for her outstanding business, civic and philanthropic leadership in Greater Cleveland, and also in 2017, being named American Banker’s “Banker of the Year.” Mooney is on the Board of Directors of United Way of Greater Cleveland and was Co-Chair of the 2017/2018 campaign. Mooney is the Immediate Past Chair of the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP), one of the largest Chambers of Commerce in the nation, and remains a member of its Board and Executive Committee. She is also a Trustee and Treasurer of the Board of the Musical Arts Association (The Cleveland Orchestra) and a Trustee of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.

The Maltz Heritage Award is presented to a person and/or organization that demonstrates leadership in the Northeast Ohio community and whose values align with the mission of the Museum – to build bridges of tolerance and understanding with those of other religions, races, cultures, and ethnic backgrounds. The Heritage Award reflects values of leaving a legacy from generation to generation.

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The 6th Annual Maltz Heritage Award is generous supported by

Presenting Sponsor

Milton & Tamar Maltz

Platinum Sponsors

Norma Lerner

Esther & Hyman Rapport Philanthropic Trust

Audrey and Albert Ratner

Gold Sponsors

Grant & Jennifer Dinner

Gloria Fine & Family and
Will & Jan Sukenik

Jordan & Jennifer Goldberg and
Larry & Cathy Goldberg

Bob & Sally Gries

Alan & Karen Krause

Richard & Emily Smucker

Tom & Sandy Sullivan

Steve & Penni Weinberg

Silver Sponsors

Richard Bogomolny &
Patricia Kozerefski

Cleveland Cavaliers

Connor Foundation

Mary Ann Corrigan-Davis

Sandy and Sally Cutler

Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP

Walter & Jean Kalberer

Olympic Steel, Inc.

 James and Susan Ratner

Bronze Sponsors

The Cleveland Museum of Art

Dworken & Bernstein Co., L.P.A.

Bober Markey Fedorovich

Char & Chuck Fowler

Rochelle & Harley I. Gross

Ida & Irwin Haber

Israel Bonds

Jewish Family Service Association of Cleveland

MAI Capital Management

Margaret W. Wong & Assoc., LLC

Montefiore & Larry Mack

MVP Plastics

The NRP Group

Dick & Pat Pogue

Julia & Larry Pollock


Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Enid & Dr. David Rosenberg

Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP

Ulmer & Berne LLP

United Way of Greater Cleveland

Ursuline College

Terri & Ron Weinberg, Lori & John Herman, and Christy & Chip Weinberg

Dan & Ellen Zelman

Zenith Systems

The Maltz Museum is generously supported by:
Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, Jewish Federation of Cleveland, and Ohio Arts Council


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