Matt Kaulig on Clevelands Own: Matt Kaulig, Chairman of Kaulig Companies sat down with FOX8 Cleveland to tell us his roll in helping Cleveland’s Own and what is all about.
July – 100 Women Strong: On this Cleveland’s Own segment , we highlight 100 Women Strong Ohio . A diverse group of strong women who are pooling their passions and resources to create a significant impact in Northeast Ohio!
June – A Special Wish:
May – NEPAT: In this segment, Matt Kaulig highlights the Northeast Ohio Foundation for Patriotism (NEOPAT). This organization is doing vital work in our community by serving the needs of local military families & promoting patriotism for generations to come.
April – ArtSparks: In this episode Matt Kaulig speaks with the leadership of ArtSparks, a non-profit organization that brings joyful dance and music programming to students who may not have the opportunity to experience the arts.
March – Hockey Players in Business: In this segment, Matt Kaulig speaks with the HPIB (Hockey Players in Business) an international, not-for-profit network designed to help former and current hockey players build their business networks, continue their professional development, and most importantly, give back to the sport that has helped shape them.
February – Hospitality Restaurants: They say the recipe for success is one part experience and two parts talent. And, like any great dish, using the finest ingredients available always helps. In this episode of Cleveland’s Own, Matt Kaulig speaks with George Shindler & Hospitality Restaurants.
January – Friends of Rwandan Education: Matt Kaulig, Chairman of Kaulig Companies, was live on Fox 8 News celebrating the Friends of Rwandan Education, an amazing local organization that is having a transformational impact of the lives of so many. Friends of Rwandan Education empowers teens and young adults in Rwanda to achieve their educational goals by establishing schools in Rwanda, offering financial assistance to existing schools and aiding Rwandan students who come to the U.S. seeking additional education.