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Anna HaddadHuman Resources
Payroll & HRIS Manager
Anna Haddad joined the Cleveland Foundation in November 2022. Prior to joining the foundation, Anna served in various roles focused on project and supply chain management for large global for-profit companies. Most recently, she worked as Transportation Systems Manager for Fortune Brands Home Security (Moen). Prior to that, Anna spent ten years at Henkel, Adhesives Division.
Throughout her career, Anna has been committed to community service, a passion that has inspired her to make a career change that allows her to work in the nonprofit sector and dedicate her professional and personal time to the community. She is currently a volunteer at GiGi’s Playhouse Cleveland, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to change the way the world views Down syndrome and to send a global message of acceptance for all. Anna earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace College in 2002 (now Baldwin Wallace University).
Danielle HannaHuman Resources
Director, Human Resources
Danielle Hanna has proudly served on The Cleveland Foundation’s human resources team since 2008. She was hired as the human resources generalist and promoted to the role of human resources manager in 2011 where she is responsible for managing and administering key departmental functions and being a strategic thought partner to the vice-president, human resources and administration. Earlier, she worked in human resources and employee benefits at IMG, a global sports, fashion, and media business.
She holds a bachelor's degree in communications from Baldwin Wallace University and is a certified professional in human resources. Danielle is a member of the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) as well as the local Cleveland SHRM chapter. She also sits on the Steering Committee for the Collaboration for Nonprofit HR Professionals. Founded in 2010 and supported by the Cleveland Foundation, Thompson Hine, LLC, Oswald Companies and ERC, the Collaborative provides educational and networking opportunities for nonprofit HR professionals that focus on building the capacity of the human resources function across Northeast Ohio nonprofits. In 2013 Danielle received the award for Emerging Leader from the Northeast Ohio HR Awards, presented by ERC and Cleveland SHRM.
Sharonda Kane-JacksonHuman Resources
Human Resources Generalist
Sharonda Kane-Jackson joined the Cleveland Foundation in January 2021. In her current role she provides advanced executive-level administrative, project and event support to the Human Resources and Building Operations teams.
Sharonda brings more than 20 years of administrative and project management experience in the nonprofit and education sectors to the Cleveland Foundation. Previously she has served as an assistant to the high school principal at Fuchs Mizrachi School and held the position of Office Manager at STEAM Academy. Before that she worked in similar roles for The MENTOR Network, Carrington Youth Academy and Adoption Network Cleveland.
Sharonda earned an associate degree in applied science and business information systems from Remington College and studied technology management and human resources at DeVry University.
In addition to her professional and academic achievements, she is passionate about community service. Sharonda is an ambassador and volunteer for the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, a volunteer and mentor for SCORE Cleveland (the local chapter of a national non-profit organization that is committed to fostering and educating the small business community), and a member of the Ohio Crime Prevention Association.
Emma MobertBuilding Operations and Guest Services, Human Resources, Information Systems
Emma Mobert joined the Cleveland Foundation in July 2023 as an Executive Coordinator. In her current role, she provides advanced executive-level administrative, project, and event support to the Human Resources, Building Operations & Guest Services, and Information Technology Services teams.
Emma brings administrative and project management experience from her previous role as an Administrative Coordinator at the Hebrew Free Loan Association of Northeast Ohio. She entered the nonprofit sector as a CARES Rent Assistance Advocate at Lorain County Community Action Agency in 2020. Emma earned an Associate of Applied Science in Public Administration at Lorain County Community College (LCCC). She is now studying for an associate of applied business in human resources management and plans to continue her education with LCCC’s partnership with Cleveland State University.