Crain’s 23 Notable Executives in Technology for 2022 represent almost every aspect of the tech work world. For them, technology comprises everything from ingenuity to workplace safety, from developing better paths for employees to do their work to ensuring the digital safety of those employees — and the company.
Crain’s Cleveland Business, which began its “40 Under Forty” program in 1991, is proud to present another standout class of dedicated young executives, professionals and leaders under 40. Take some time to get to know the 2022 honorees. These folks are getting things done. And you’re going to be hearing more about them for decades to come.
Crain’s list of 25 Notable Immigrant Leaders for 2022 covers a wide variety of professions and businesses. These city leaders are involved in health care and education, finance and construction, technology and the city’s LGBT community.
Our list of 37 notable attorneys represents a cross-section of area firms and approaches. They are a collection of diverse, forward-thinking individuals whose belief in doing things the right way transcends their practices.
Each new year, Crain’s Cleveland Business recognizes the people behind the biggest stories of the year that was. In 2021, the city saw the election of its first new mayor in 16 years, a Northeast Ohio congresswoman was elevated to President Joe Biden’s Cabinet, hundreds of thousands of fans attended a successful NFL draft downtown, the storied I-X Center got a new lease on life, a major sports team adopted a new name and more. You know the headlines — now get a closer look at the 15 movers and shakers who made them.
Crain’s 20 Notable Marketing Executives spend their time promoting some of the more recognized and appreciated parts of the Northeast Ohio culture.
During a pandemic, these men and women met the challenge of marketing during difficult economic times, grew their following, and applied clever and new thinking to (in some cases) old and established institutions.
Intentionality is the key for Crain’s Notable Businesses Championing Diversity and Inclusion. The honored include professional athletics, the arts, and the business, legal and medical communities. There are representatives from the construction, manufacturing, real estate and finance sectors, and the group also has one of the area’s finest private high schools. Each business can be a model for others who can adapt practices and principles that best fit their individual workplace.
For 30 years, Crain’s has been spotlighting bright young leaders who will play a substantial role in our region for the next several decades. They are people of substance who already have achieved great things in their careers and in the community.
If there’s one thing we know for certain from doing Forty Under 40 since 1991, it's that many of the 2021 honorees will go on to bigger and better things. (In fact, Cleveland Mayor-elect Justin Bibb was in the Crain’s Forty Under 40 class just last year.)