Craig Dorn: President & CEO: Youth Opportunities Unlimited

Craig Dorn, President and CEO, joined Y.O.U. in 1989. Photo: Craig Dorn (photo courtesy of Youth Opportunities Unlimited)

Craig Dorn, President and CEO, joined Y.O.U. in 1989. Craig has headed operations, programs and strategic planning throughout his Y.O.U. career. In addition, he has led efforts to create a culture that gathers and uses data to drive decision making. These efforts led to Y.O.U. being recognized by the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation as one of only 13 organizations nation-wide selected for its PropelNext initiative. He has also built numerous partnerships and collaborations with schools, community-based organizations, municipalities, and faith-based institutions to help Y.O.U. realize its vision of a greater community working together to ensure every young person is ready to pursue a path to economic self-sufficiency.

Craig has served on several committees and Boards including the United Way Vision Council on Strong Families/Successful Children; Cuyahoga County Workforce Investment Act Youth Council; and Adoption Network Cleveland, where he served a term as Vice Chair. Currently he serves as Secretary of the Literacy Cooperative Board; a member of the Bowling Green State University Honors College Advisory Council, and the Cuyahoga Community College Workforce Board of Visitors. Craig is a graduate of the Leadership Cleveland Civic Leadership Institute. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University and an M.S. in education from Syracuse University.

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