Mayor Jackson Appoints New Executive Director
Mayor Jackson Appoints New Executive Director

November 12, 2019

Mayor Jackson Appoints New Executive Director

CLEVELAND – The City of Cleveland today announced the appointment of Meghann Marnecheck as the new Executive Director of the Cleveland Transformation Alliance (CTA), a public-private partnership dedicated to growing a portfolio of quality district and charter schools in the City of Cleveland.“The Executive Director of the Cleveland Transformation Alliance is an important role that will affect generations to come. It is our duty to entrust this invaluable task of helping shape the City of Cleveland’s educational future with someone worthy and qualified. Meghann Marnecheck has the valuable experience it will take to lead the Cleveland Transformation Alliance.”Meghann MarnecheckBefore joining CTA, Marnecheck worked as a policy advocate at the Ohio Statehouse. She also served as the Chief of Staff for the City of Parma from 2006 to 2011. Marnecheck also served as Assistant Director of Development at Cuyahoga County Public Library where she led the diversification and attraction of new funds into the Cuyahoga County Public Library system. Marnecheck earned a master’s degree in public administration from Ohio University.In her role as Executive Director of CTA, Marnecheck will work with Mayor Frank G. Jackson, Chief of Education Dr. Monyka Price, CTA’s Board of Directors and community partners to lead the organization to sustainability and sound partnerships and to advance efforts to ensure that every child in Cleveland attends a quality school, and every neighborhood has great schools from which families can choose.The CTA recently released its 2019 Cleveland Plan Report. Click here to check it out.About the City of ClevelandThe City of Cleveland is committed to improving the quality of life for its residents by strengthening neighborhoods, delivering superior services, embracing diversity and making Cleveland a desirable, safe city in which to live, work, play, and do business. For more information on the City of Cleveland, visit online at, Twitter at @cityofcleveland or Facebook at

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