Two Groundbreaking Cleveland Women in Law Interviewed in Maltz Museum Program

Melody Stewart

Wed 5/5 @ 4PM

The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage’s current exhibit, Notorious RBG: The Life and  Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, shares  the story of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice who was a tireless advocate for civil rights and social justice.

But there are great stories about groundbreakers and pathfinders all around us, and in the Maltz Museum program, “My Story: Mary Garceau & Melody Stewart,” you can hear two more. Part of a monthly conversation series, it features two Cleveland women who overcame obstacles to forge impressive roles for themselves and set an example for others. Melody Stewart was elected to the Ohio State Supreme Court in 2018, while Mary Garceau rose to become general counsel for Cleveland-based Sherwin Williams.

They’ll be interviewed by the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s Rebecca Ruppert McMahon as they talk about what they did to get where they are now. The program is $10 for non-members; free for members. It qualifies for Continuing Legal Education credit through the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association; email cle@clemetrobar.org for more information about that.

To register for the program, go here.

 

 

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