About

UH Ventures is solving for the future of University Hospitals and the future of healthcare. We identify, develop, and deploy the most disruptive and creative innovations that originate from within University Hospitals as well as from organizations all over the world.

Built to draw on the historic and present strengths of University Hospitals, UH Ventures pursues the innovative opportunities that will drive definitive, sustainable, and scalable value to the way we care for our patients.

We do this through two platforms: (1) Our Operating Adjacencies, which includes the oversight and potentialization of existing UH verticals including Specialty Pharmacy, Home Care Services, Lab Services, and others; and our (2) Innovation & Commercialization Platform, which

stands up a variety of opportunities that can play a vital role in the overall future of healthcare in the realms of Clinical Tools, Business Services & Infrastructure, Population Health, and Consumer Centric Care.

This two-pronged approach, combined with our diverse team of innovators, our comprehensive process and toolkit, and our wide-ranging portfolio of projects enable us to take the risks needed to deliver value and vitality for our hospital, our patients, and our community.

Built to draw on the historic and present strengths of University Hospitals, UH Ventures pursues the innovative opportunities that will drive definitive, sustainable, and scalable value to the way we care for our patients.

We do this through two platforms: (1) Our Operations Platform, which includes the oversight and potentialization of existing UH verticals including Specialty Pharmacy, Post-acute and Home Care, Lab Services, and others; and our (2) Ventures & Innovations Platform, which stands up a variety of opportunities that can play a vital role in the overall future of healthcare in the realms of Clinical Tools, Business Services & Infrastructure, Population Health, and Consumer Centric Care.

This two-pronged approach, combined with our diverse team of innovators, our comprehensive process and toolkit, and our wide-ranging portfolio of projects enable us to take the risks needed to deliver value and vitality for our hospital, our patients, and our community.

 

 

 

 

What Makes Us Different

1. Sustainable Structure


UH Ventures was formed to steadily and effectively pursue opportunities to transform healthcare both today and tomorrow via its Operations and Ventures & Innovations platforms.

2. Wide-ranging Portfolio


We pursue a variety of opportunities of all stages and sources in our Business Optimization verticals and Innovation strategic themes.

3. Practical Process & Unique Tools:


UH Ventures streamlines the identification, development, and deployment of the most promising opportunities. We also work from a shared set of unique design-thinking tools to stimulate ideas and create actionable strategies.

4. Eclectic & Diverse Team:


Our collective resume, consisting of experience 
from both inside and outside of the healthcare ecosystem, demonstrates a distinct ability to work across numerous domains, think creatively, and achieve results.

 

Our Team

Ryan Allison

Portfolio Manager, UH Ventures

Ryan Allison

Portfolio Manager, UH Ventures

Inside-Out, Commercialization

Ryan works at the earliest stage of invention disclosure on the Inside-Out team to identify and build out a portfolio of high-potential technology assets through due diligence, protecting intellectual property, and leading product development engagements. Ryan manages early-stage technology pipeline commercialization processes and reporting, and he works across the UH Ventures team to provide diligence assessments for TVSF, Outside-In, and Investment opportunities. Prior to joining University Hospitals, Ryan worked at Cleveland Clinic Innovations on the Business Analytics team where he conducted clinical unmet need and market analyses for internal invention disclosures, external consulting engagements, and portfolio spinout companies. Ryan received his BS in Biology from Cleveland State University and MS in Biotechnology Entrepreneurship from Case Western Reserve University. Prior to his seven years in technology commercialization, Ryan served in the U.S. Air Force with a focus on satellite communication technologies.

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Katie Auble

Senior Project Manager, UH Ventures

Katie Auble

Senior Project Manager, UH Ventures

Eric Beck, DO, MPH

Chief Operating Officer, University Hospitals

Eric Beck, DO, MPH

Chief Operating Officer, University Hospitals

Dr. Eric Beck is the Chief Operating Officer of University Hospitals. Prior to becoming COO, Dr. Beck served as President of UH Ventures, the innovation, commercialization, and venturing arm of University Hospitals.

Dr. Beck has more than 20 years of experience as a leader in healthcare delivery and integrated systems of care. He brings deep expertise in healthcare operations, post-acute care, population health, physician practice management, clinical innovation, digital health and value-based payment. Dr. Beck has a solid track record of business innovation and success. He joined UH from the University of North Texas Health Science Center where he served as President and CEO for the UNT Health clinical enterprise, as well as Associate Professor and Chair for the Department of Emergency Medicine and Associate Professor of Public Health.

Previously he was a senior executive for Envision Healthcare, a Denver-headquartered, Fortune 500, publicly traded health care services organization. He served both as Envision Healthcare’s CEO for Integrated Delivery and President and CEO of the Evolution Health subsidiary. Prior to his tenure at Envision Healthcare, Dr. Beck served as Medical Director for the City of Chicago and as full-time faculty at the University of Chicago where he was the Assistant Residency Program Director for Emergency Medicine. Dr. Beck began his professional career training in the UH system as a paramedic and also served as firefighter/paramedic with both the Russell Township and Willoughby Hills Fire Departments.

 

Eric.Beck@UHhospitals.org

Champ Burgess

Chief Pharmacy Officer, University Hospitals

Champ Burgess

Chief Pharmacy Officer, University Hospitals

Chief Pharmacy Officer/Vice President

Champ Burgess serves as Vice President, Chief Pharmacy Officer, with responsibilities that include oversight for all system pharmacy operation and creating innovative pharmacy projects as new enterprises within UH Ventures.  Champ came to UH with a proven and impressive track record in healthcare and business development.  His previous experiences include creating business operations that improved service delivery, reduced costs and maximized reimbursement for large health systems.  Champ earned his Doctor of Pharmacy at UNC Chapel Hill and a Master of Business Administration at East Carolina University.

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Patricia Colella

Innovation Strategist, UH Ventures

Patricia Colella

Innovation Strategist, UH Ventures

Programming & Outside-In 

Patricia helps manage all programming and pipeline functions for UH Ventures. She leads day-to-day programming efforts in the department including podcast production, social media outreach, website enhancements, marketing strategies, and logistical support in our Health Voyagers Series, Innovation Days and the new Innovation on Tap series. She manages overall innovation operational development and improvements by organizing, advancing, and reporting on opportunity deal flow. She also interfaces with UH Ventures operating units to ensure communication and strategy alignment. Prior to joining the team, she worked in private-duty home care across northeast Ohio. Patricia graduated from Ohio University where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Long-Term Health Care Administration.

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Daniel Connor

Director, Business Development & Operations, University Hospitals

Daniel Connor

Director, Business Development & Operations, University Hospitals

Prior to joining UH, Dan worked in different corporate settings and functions ranging from marketing leadership at a major CPG company to business development and corporate strategy at a diverse global manufacturer and most recently, national population health management company. Dan graduated from The Ohio State University with a BSBA in Marketing and Entrepreneurship and from Duke University’s, Fuqua School of Business with an MBA.

 

Daniel.Connor@UHhospitals.org

Dena Heywood

Administrative Assistant, UH Ventures

Dena Heywood

Administrative Assistant, UH Ventures

Kipum Lee

Managing Director, Innovation & Product Development, UH Ventures

Kipum Lee

Managing Director, Innovation & Product Development, UH Ventures

Innovation & Product Development 

Kip leads the innovation side of the UH Ventures platform using design thinking and human-centered design. Early in his career, he was part of the team at frog design that produced a mobile service around HIV awareness and self-testing in South Africa that was hailed by The Economist as “the world’s largest field trial in mobile health technology.” He was also the product architect for Marriott Mobile, which debuted at number four in the iTunes App Store and shortly went on to become the third largest in mCommerce after Amazon and Apple.

Kip graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a BAS in biomedical sciences and from Carnegie Mellon University with a Masters in Interaction Design. Outside of work, he serves as an editor of the journal, Design Issues, published by MIT Press.

 

Kip.Lee@UHhospitals.org

Brittany Merkle

Lead Innovation Strategist, UH Ventures

Brittany Merkle

Lead Innovation Strategist, UH Ventures

Service Design, Experience Strategy

As Lead Innovation Strategist and a Registered Nurse with a passion for design, Brittany is no stranger to the complexity of healthcare services.

She leads consumer insights, design research, and experience strategy for the health system, in addition to supporting programming efforts. Brittany holds a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Service Design from Savannah College of Art & Design in addition to her Bachelor of Science in Nursing with distinction from the University of Virginia. She practiced as a nurse in her home state of Virginia with an emphasis on end of life care and hospice case management.

Brittany has expertise in ethnographic research and facilitation of participatory design sessions, as well as extensive knowledge in service design methodologies and tools (check out our tools section!). Brittany also enjoys writing, painting, and spending time with her family and dog Lola, who often makes appearances on virtual calls.

She is always open to connect with healthcare providers and ecosystem innovators who are interested in disrupting the status quo through design.

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Sarah Mihalik

Executive Director, Healthcare Analytics & Innovation, University Hospitals

Sarah Mihalik

Executive Director, Healthcare Analytics & Innovation, University Hospitals

Sarah is a Business Development leader within the UH Ventures Team. She has a deep commitment to healthcare innovation. As a strategic and creative healthcare professional, she has led the development and execution of new business models to help clients improve business results and foster collaborative relationships that drive sustainable value. Prior to joining UH Ventures, Sarah has enjoyed a 20+ year career in healthcare in both early-stage and Fortune 500 companies in healthcare information technology, manufacturing, and distribution. Sarah graduated from The Ohio State University with a B.S. in Microbiology.

 

Sarah.Mihalik2@UHhospitals.org

Biraj Patel

Director of Administration, University Hospitals

Biraj Patel

Director of Administration, University Hospitals

Biraj supports both the Innovation & Commercialization and Business Optimization platforms at UH Ventures. He is experienced in healthcare strategy and business plan development and has worked in a variety of hospitals and health systems. Biraj has a B.S. in Biology from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Health Administration from Texas A&M University. He completed his administrative fellowship at Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville, Georgia.

 

Biraj.Patel@UHhospitals.org

Brian Rothstein, MD

Chief Medical Officer, UH Ventures

Brian Rothstein, MD

Chief Medical Officer, UH Ventures

Zack Scott

Operations Manager, Healthcare Analytics & Innovation, University Hospitals

Zack Scott

Operations Manager, Healthcare Analytics & Innovation, University Hospitals

Zack supports the Business Operations and Partnership growth of the University Hospitals Ventures team while focusing on technical integration and interoperability. Prior to joining the team, he worked in different areas of the healthcare industry, ranging from strategy consulting to managing big data integrations in both large hospital organizations and Clinically Integrated Networks. Zack graduated from Case Western Reserve University where he obtained both a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and a Master of Engineering Management degree.

 

Zachary.Scott@UHhospitals.org

Dhanesh Shah

Senior Portfolio Manager, UH Ventures

Dhanesh Shah

Senior Portfolio Manager, UH Ventures

Inside-Out & Investment

Dhanesh oversees day-to-day function of University Hospitals Inside-Out portfolio. He works closely with the Inside-Out team to identify, protect and develop the most promising intellectual property assets originating from University Hospitals, and commercialize them. With a strong passion for maximizing the value of early stage technologies, Dhanesh strives to identify the best commercial pathway, whether joint development, licensing or creating new spinouts. Dhanesh oversees University Hospitals Technology Validation and Startup program, a pre-seed mechanism to de-risk early stage technologies with startup potential. He coordinates and manages deal flow meetings to track progress toward organizational goals and other strategic collaborations. In addition, he collaborates with the Outside-In team to conduct diligence for all investment opportunities and present investment thesis to the executive leadership. With background in economics and accounting, Dhanesh has worked in healthcare for nearly 14 years across various roles within corporate finance, business development, strategic growth and technology commercialization.

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David Sylvan

President, UH Ventures

David Sylvan

President, UH Ventures

In his role as President of UH Ventures, David has a portfolio of responsibilities including core operations, industry partnerships, technology transfer, commercialization, business development and strategic initiatives. He collaborates with UH leaders to accelerate system growth through new business endeavors and expansion of existing programs. His work also includes the identification and evaluation of new opportunities through acquisition, investment, joint ventures and other arrangements.

David comes to UH Ventures after a successful 15 career in capital markets, where he led a derivatives’ trading and public finance investment banking platform. Prior to this, David spent 8 years at the sports marketing giant, IMG. In addition to various board & advisory roles, David serves as the interim CEO & Board Member for a New-York based FinTech startup, Paradigm, an automated OTC trading platform for digital assets.

David is an adjunct professor in Weatherhead Business School’s department of Design & Innovation. David received a Bachelors in Commerce and Business Law from the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa, and an MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University.

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Michael Szubski

Chief Financial & System Services Officer, University Hospitals

Michael Szubski

Chief Financial & System Services Officer, University Hospitals

Michael A. Szubski, CPA, MBA, FHFMA, is Chief Financial & System Services Officer of University Hospitals (UH).

Mr. Szubski joined University Hospitals in 2003, and has held several executive leadership roles, including Chief Operating Officer of all the owned acute care hospitals and Chief Financial Officer at UH Cleveland Medical Center, an academic medical center with over 1,000 beds and an affiliate of the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine.

In his current role, Mr. Szubski is responsible for all financial, treasury, managed care contracting, insurance, revenue cycle, information technology, supply chain and other system support services. He also leads UH Ventures, the innovation, commercialization and venturing division of the health system.

Prior to joining University Hospitals, Mr. Szubski served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at EMH Regional Healthcare System. In addition, Mr. Szubski served as Vice President of Operations at UnitedHealthcare of Ohio, Inc. (Cleveland), a business unit of UnitedHealth Group, one of the nation’s largest health care management services companies. Mr. Szubski also served as Assistant Vice President and Controller at Mt. Sinai Medical Center (Cleveland) and, prior to that, held several positions at Ernst & Young.

Mr. Szubski received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Accounting and Political Science from Baldwin Wallace University and a Masters of Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University. He is a Certified Public Accountant in Ohio and a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association.

Mr. Szubski is a member of the American Hospital Association Regional Policy Board and served on the Board of the Ohio Hospital Association from 2011-2016. He also serves on numerous UH related boards, including Western Reserve Assurance Co, UH Holdings, Inc. and UH’s accountable care organizations, totaling nearly 600,000 member lives. Mr. Szubski was recognized by Crain’s Cleveland Business as “CFO of the Year” in 2010, and is routinely distinguished by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the “100 Hospital and Health System CFO’s to Know.”

Neil Wyant

Managing Director, Commercialization & Investment, UH Ventures

Neil Wyant

Managing Director, Commercialization & Investment, UH Ventures

Investment, Commercialization, Inside-Out, Outside-In

Neil is an experienced early stage investor, manager and board member with 25+ years of experience with new venture formation and governance, business development and commercialization.  In his role as Managing Director of UH Ventures, Neil is responsible for investment, commercialization and technology transfer for the organization.  In this capacity he works with inventors to spin technologies out of UH and he works with UH leadership to source best-in-class external solutions to address system needs.

Prior to joining UH Ventures Neil established and managed the venture investing business for a family office.  Previously he has held several C-level positions in early stage ventures.  Early in his career Neil managed the technology transfer office at Argonne National for the University of Chicago.

Neil holds BS degrees in Chemical and Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

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Matthew Zenker

Senior Portfolio Manager, UH Ventures

Matthew Zenker

Senior Portfolio Manager, UH Ventures

Matt works cross-functionally with the inside-out and outside-in portfolios on the Ventures and Innovations platform to attract, identify, and triage new innovation opportunities for the UH Ventures pipeline. Matt has been working in the technology innovation field for nearly a decade, with specific expertise in healthcare marketing, programming, and content commercialization. Prior to joining University Hospitals, Matt worked at Cleveland Clinic Innovations in the field of strategic marketing and commercialization, as well as a government affairs boutique, where he consulted on government funding opportunities for clients in healthcare, renewable energy, and manufacturing industries. Matt received his BA in English from the University of Notre Dame, and his MBA from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management.

 

Matthew.Zenker@UHhospitals.org

Ventures Advisory Committee

Ralph Della Ratta

Citizens Bank

Ralph Della Ratta

Citizens Bank

In 2017 Citizens Financial Group acquired Western Reserve Partners. Citizens Bank named Ralph its new Ohio President. As Ohio president, Ralph oversees a region with 1,100 employees.  Ralph has more than 30 years of investment banking experience. Prior to founding Western Reserve Partners, Mr. Della Ratta managed the Investment Banking Division of McDonald Investments Inc. for more than 12 years. At McDonald he was responsible for the firm’s relationship with its corporate clients and prospects and for the firm’s activities in initial and secondary public offerings, private placements, venture capital and mergers and acquisitions. Ralph was a member of the KeyCorp’s Executive Council, the Equity Underwriting, Debt Underwriting and M&A Commitment Committees.

Joel Adelman

AdCapInc

Joel Adelman

AdCapInc

Joel Adelman is a member of the UHCMC Board of Directors, UH Board of Trustees, and the Rainbow National Leadership Council. He is the founder and senior director of Advance Partners, which was acquired by Paychex in December 2015 for $190.5m.  Joel is a member of the Investment & Finance Committee of Hawken School, WPO (World Presidents Organization) and is the past President of the Cleveland Chapter of the YPO (Young Presidents Organization). He also serves on the Corporate Steering Committee of the Cleveland Museum of Art.  Additional affiliations include National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), Commercial Finance Association (CFA), International Factoring Association (IFA), Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA), American Staffing Association (ASA), Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBENC), and Northern Ohio Minority Development Council (NOMDC). He is the son of UHCMC Director Shelly Adelman.

Heather Ettinger

Fairport Asset Management

Heather Ettinger

Fairport Asset Management

Heather Ettinger is a partner and Director of Fairport Asset Management, LLC. Having joined Roulston & Co. in 1987, Heather has been with Fairport since its founding. Previously, she served as an Equity Trader for Jefferies and a Research Analyst for Bordier & Cie and Baring Brothers. Ms. Ettinger is a UH Director and serves on the Diamond Advisory Council. Heather remains an ardent supporter of her alma maters including Dartmouth College, where she earned a B.A., and Laurel School, where she served on the Board of Directors for 12 years. Additional board engagements include the Sisters of Charity Foundation. She is active with In Counsel with Women and the nationally recognized wealth management study group, Family Wealth Advisors Council. Heather also sits on the Board of The Private Trust Company and Asurint-One Source Technology.

Chuck Hallberg

LiveSmart 360

Chuck Hallberg

LiveSmart 360

Chuck Hallberg is the CEO of Renew Advantage, which offers a loyalty program for aesthetic medical practices and their patients. He is also a senior advisor to CoverMyMeds, which develops web-based tools to speed up and automate the submission of prior authorization requests to health insurance plans. CoverMyMeds was sold in 2017 for $1.1 to McKesson; there is no indication of how much money Chuck may have made in the sale.  Chuck was previously the President and CEO of MemberHealth, which he founded in 1998. He sold the administrator of the nation’s second-largest Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan in 2007 for $630 million (it is unknown how much of this Chuck personally received). At UH, Chuck serves on the UHCMC Board of Directors, UH Board of Trustees, and Rainbow National Leadership Council. He also serves on the board of CWRU and the Naples Children & Education Foundation, through which he co-chaired the 2015 Naples Winter Wine Festival. Chuck and his wife Sharon have one daughter and live in Naples, Florida.

Robert Littman

BDO

Robert Littman

BDO

Bob Littman has more than 30 years of professional accounting consulting experience. He began his career at Ernst & Whinney in 1981 primarily servicing closely held, privately owned business clients. In 1985, Bob joined SS&G as its tenth employee and served as the firm’s CEO prior to its combining with BDO in 2015. During his tenure at SS&G, the firm experienced dramatic growth through its traditional audit and tax services, as well as its non-traditional services. SS&G was transformed into a multidisciplinary firm, adding a range of businesses, including SS&G Wealth Management LLC, SS&G Healthcare Services LLC, SS&G Parkland Consulting LLC, and Paytime Integrated Payroll Solutions. Through the integration of these services, SS&G became one of the largest accounting firms in the country, with 600 employees. Bob primarily serves middle-market clients in the manufacturing, wholesale and distribution, health care, and professional service industries. His principal areas of concentration include working with privately owned businesses; audits of financial statements, including use assessment; tax consulting, including tax planning, research; employee benefits; and business advisory services, including strategic growth consulting and financing, succession, and estate planning. He also has extensive experience with mergers and acquisitions, including tax structuring, due diligence and preparing companies for exit. Bob is active in a number of local business and charitable organizations and serves on a number of boards. He is a graduate of Leadership Akron Class of 1995 and Leadership Cleveland Class of 2009. He was also the recipient of the 2014 Frank L. Simonetti Distinguished Business Alumni Award, presented by the University of Akron’s College of Business Administration.

Daryl Laisure

ZIN Technologies

Daryl Laisure

ZIN Technologies

Daryl Laisure is the President and CEO of ZIN Technologies, the technology company (originally called WL Tanksley and Associates) he purchased in 1993 with his engineer father Zindorf Laisure and lawyer Leonard Perry. ZIN provides advanced engineering services and product development solutions to support the full life-cycle development of aerospace hardware and software. They are a major contractor with NASA, managing and developing space systems (if all options are exercised, ZIN’s 7 year contract with NASA’s Glenn Research Center to support space flight systems development and operations, will be worth $151 million). ZIN has also applied specialized electronic, distributed sensor and remote measurement, pressurized fluid and gas systems, and power design topologies originally developed for space products, into terrestrial Department of Defense-Aerospace and Medical (patient/hospital) applications. Daryl is active in the community and serves on the board of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Greater Cleveland Partnership.

Len Pagon

Next Sparc

Len Pagon

Next Sparc

Len Pagon is Chairman and CEO of Next Sparc, LLC, a focused private capital group which invests in emerging Internet-based, software and services-based companies and helps them achieve significant growth. During the last eight years, Next Sparc has successfully completed many investments. In addition, Len currently serves as an Operating Advisor and a General Partner to Resilience Capital Partners, a leading private-equity firm that specializes in investing in middle-market companies in a broad range of industries, and in 2018 was appointed to the board of directors of CompanionLabs, an Akron-based start-up that enables customers to optimize their digital marketing spend.

Ed Pentecost

PNC Erieview Capital

Ed Pentecost

PNC Erieview Capital

Ed joined PNC Erieview Capital in 2000 and was named President in 2004, and President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman in 2006. Prior to his joining PNC Erieview (which was previously known as National City Equity Partners before National City’s purchase by PNC), Ed worked in the investment banking divisions of McDonald Investments, Inc., the Corporate Finance Division of NatCity Investments, Inc., where he was focused on structuring and placing senior and subordinated debt instruments in the private and public markets, and investment banking.  He serves on the board of directors of several portfolio companies and has served or is actively serving on several private equity and mezzanine fund advisory and non-profit boards. Ed lives in Pepper Pike with his wife and four children.

Geoffrey Thrope

NDI Medical

Geoffrey Thrope

NDI Medical

Geoff Thrope is the Founder and Managing Partner of NDI Medical, a hybrid venture capital and commercialization firm focusing exclusively on innovative neurodevice technologies. The company has spin-offs including Checkpoint Surgical and Deep Brain Innovations. He also serves on the Suburban Temple Board of Directors. His wife, Jan, is an urban activist. She has created photography exhibitions, books, plays, and tours intended to highlight both the plight of poor Cleveland neighbourhoods and the community residents working for positive change. Jan is also a co-founder of the Shaker Arts Council. The Thropes both served on the UH Rainbow National Leadership Council. They live in Shaker Heights, Ohio and have two sons.

Rick Fearon

Eaton

Rick Fearon

Eaton

Richard Fearon is the Vice Chairman and Chief Financial and Planning Officer at Eaton Corporation, a power management company. He serves on the board of PolyOne Corporation, Hawken School, Playhouse Square Foundation, and the Cleveland Museum of Art. He is also an avid golfer. Richard and his wife Robyn live in Bentleyville, Ohio and have a condo in Menlo Park, California.

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