Mahmoud Ghannoum, the son of a Lebanese plumber, is perhaps the world’s leading authority on the microscopic fungi in humans. He’s also an author and businessman who keeps reinventing himself while saving lives in the process.
Robert Madison’s rise to the top of his profession as an architect began in the Jim Crow era. But the obstructions and insults merely sharpened his courage and determination.
Meet some of the Shaker women who have broken through to the top of their law firms.
Automotive designer Carlos Salaff gets goosebumps just from looking into the analog cockpits of 1960s-era Formula 1 racecars. That raw excitement combined with the design of the machine inspires the art he strives to create.
Perhaps the most beloved television personality in Greater Cleveland, Shaker’s Leon Bibb was the first African-American prime-time news anchor in Ohio and one of the first in America.
Jamie Babbit graduated from Shaker Heights High School in 1989. These days, she's on Hollywood's A-List.
Shaker's medical innovators are on the cutting edge of medical innovation, treatment and research. We profile five of them.
Artists Seth Nagelberg, Marc Petrovic, and Christian Moody — all faculty members at the Cleveland Institute of Art — are happy to call Shaker home.
Betsie Norris’ legislative victory on behalf of the Ohio’s adoptees has made her a saint in the eyes of adoptees across the state, and the nation.
The Nation magazine named Policy Matters Ohio the most valuable state or regional organization in America. If its executive director has her way, all of Ohio will one day be like Shaker Heights.