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Leon WilsonInformation Systems
Chief of Digital Innovation & Chief Information Officer
Temporary Executive Assistant to the Chief of Digital Innovation & Chief Information Officer: Julie Miller, 216.615.7170
Leon Wilson joined the foundation in October 2015 as the Chief of Digital Innovation & Chief Information Officer in a dual role capacity. In this dual role, Leon is part of the executive committee and leads the foundation’s Information & Technology Services department, focusing on strategic and transformational use of technology and data within the foundation. Additionally, as the Chief of Digital Innovation, Leon oversees the foundation’s Digital Excellence grant-making strategy geared toward “building a stronger, more equitable and inclusive digital community,” which includes elevating Greater Cleveland’s position as a major regional smart community and technology innovation hub.
Leon brings more than 25 years of senior-level technology experience to the foundation and our community. Previously, Leon served as the Senior Director of Technology & Data Engagement for the Michigan Nonprofit Association (MNA), advising executive staff, board and advisory committee members and nonprofit and philanthropic leaders across the State of Michigan on technology strategic planning initiatives and investments that would positively impact support, delivery and expansion of the nonprofits’ respective social missions. He is a 2015 Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) Lifetime Achievement Awardee and board member for the Council of Foundation’s Technology Affinity Group, as well as other national and local nonprofit technology-oriented organizations.
Prior to his work at MNA, Leon held numerous internal staff and consulting IT leadership positions with large companies such as Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Minnesota, Federal-Mogul Corporation, Chrysler, RR Donnelly, Deluxe Checks, General Mills and the IRS.
Leon holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Michigan State University, an M.S. in Software Engineering from University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota and PhD graduate work in Computer Science from Wayne State University. He is a frequent speaker at many nonprofit conferences and a recent adjunct lecturer at the University of Michigan, teaching information technology in the schools of business and public administration. He is a graduate of Leadership Detroit 2015 and also had a distinguished military career with the U.S. Army Reserve, where he was a commissioned Signal officer, earning multiple badges, medals and commendations, along with completing airborne paratrooper and air-assault training.
Vince DiNunzioInformation Systems
Technology Support Analyst
Vince DiNunzio began working at The Cleveland Foundation as a consultant in 2014 for a year and then joined the foundation staff in 2016. He provides a high level of desktop support to foundation staff while also helping to drive helpdesk management and training initiatives that are a part of the overall IT strategy.
At his previous job, he supported a large portfolio of clients while assisting with the management of the ticketing system and the company Wiki. He also helped with the onboarding of new clients and various other tasks.
Vince graduated from Kent State University with a Bachelor of Science in Management and Information Systems.
Calvin LewisInformation Systems
Director, IT Infrastructure and Operations
Calvin Lewis joined the foundation in July 2016 as Director, IT Infrastructure and Operations. In this role, Calvin collaborates with the Chief Technology & Information Officer to develop and implement the strategic technology direction for the foundation to support, facilitate and enhance the foundation’s overall strategic plan.
Calvin brings more than 15 years of professional IT experience to the foundation, including networking, infrastructure, SQL and operations systems. In his most recent role as IT Manager, Enterprise Network Services for Forest City Enterprises, he was responsible for resource planning, technical leadership, management, cost center ownership and the complete operation of a network consisting of approximately 165 sites distributed across the US, including their corporate headquarters.
Prior to his work at Forest City, Calvin served as Lead Systems Engineer for Progressive Insurance, where he was responsible for leading and supporting technical infrastructure and platforms that supported their business systems. This included providing technical leadership in evaluating, implementing and maintaining complex systems and hardware/software components.
Calvin earned his Bachelor of Arts in psychology, graduating Magna Cum Laude, from Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio.
Jamie McGuireInformation Systems
Business Systems Analyst
Jamie McGuire joined the Information Systems team in 2007. In her current role, she supports staff with business processes and analytical reporting.
Jamie brought more than two decades of experience to the foundation, having previously worked at British Petroleum and as a custom-software developer for a variety of small- to medium-sized businesses in the Cleveland area.
Nate PetznickInformation Systems
Information Systems Analyst
Nate Petznick joined The Cleveland Foundation in March 2018 as an Information Systems Analyst. He is responsible for The Cleveland Foundation’s OnBase Enterprise Content Management Software. He works with internal staff leveraging the software to its fullest by incorporating it into The Cleveland Foundation’s day to day operations.
In his previous role, Nate spent 7 ½ years working on an ECM team at Quadax. Quadax implements OnBase to hospitals and laboratories throughout the United States. His responsibilities included developing and implementing capture solutions for various clients and assisting in the design, installation, and troubleshooting of an effective solution.
Nate earned a Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Bowling Green State University. He is also an OnBase Certified Installer and a Certified Document Imaging Architect. As a lifelong resident of Cleveland, Nate enjoys raising his family in the Northeast Ohio.
Kevin ScanlonInformation Systems
Director of IT Systems & Information
Kevin Scanlon joined the foundation in March 2017 as the Director of IT Systems & Information. Kevin partners with the CTIO to develop and implement the foundation’s technology strategy and is responsible for the foundation’s ERP, ECM, Intranet, and Office software systems. He collaborates internally to improve and increase operational effectiveness while also ensuring the foundation is a technology leader.
Kevin brings more than 20 years' of increasing IT responsibility of the design, development, deployment, and support of enterprise business applications across many industries. In his most recent role as Director of Credit Technology & Strategy at Signet, the world’s largest retailer of diamond jewelry, Kevin managed systems for over 1,400 employees in the Customer Care, Authorizations, and Recovery departments and conceptualized a multiyear technology plan. He also created and directed an innovative department infrastructure that translated business objectives into system-driven solutions to support the strategy and management of a $1.9 billion Accounts Receivable. Prior to this role, he managed Signet's HR, AP, Payroll, and Merchandising software during his tenure with the company.
Kevin earned his Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He has managed software packages in the manufacturing industry, insurance industry, and retail industry while living in Cuyahoga County. Kevin is raising his family, continuing his career, and planted his roots in Cleveland, which he is pleased to call home.
Carol ScheuerInformation Systems
Business Systems Analyst
Carol Scheuer began working at the foundation as a consultant in the fall of 2012 and joined the foundation staff a year later. Carol is responsible for the analysis, design, development, and implementation of both applications and reports that enhance the business processes of the Cleveland Foundation.
Previously, Carol spent more than 14 years providing technical support for a variety of for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Most recently, she served as a technology coordinator and also a teacher at Menlo Park Academy. She received a Bachelor of Science in mathematics education from the University of Central Florida and a Master of Arts in the same subject from Smith College. She is an active volunteer with her children's school.
Joyce WilsonInformation Systems
Joyce Wilson joined the foundation in 2004 and currently works as a records technician, handling the filing, scanning, and processing of data. Prior to that, she worked as a workers’ compensation assistant at Thompson Hine.
Joyce earned an associate’s degree from Kirkland Business College in Albuquerque, N.M.