Kyle Fee is a regional community development advisor in the Community Development Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. In this role, he conducts applied research and outreach related to economic development, workforce development, neighborhood development, and economic geography in the Fourth District. Mr. Fee holds a bachelor of science degree in economics and business administration from John Carroll University. He received an MA in urban studies/economic development from Loyola University, Chicago, and he is pursuing his PhD at the Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University.
Lou Tisler, Moderator. Mr. Tisler joined NHS of Greater Cleveland as Executive Director in July of 2005. Prior to joining NHS, Mr. Tisler was the first Executive Director of the First Suburbs Development Council whereby he was instrumental in originating a public/private partnerships, as well as developing additional resources for economic and community development activities. In 2004, Mr. Tisler was selected by the American Marshall Memorial Fund for its German Marshall Fellowship program that provides a unique opportunity for policy and opinions leaders from 14 European countries and the United States to gain an in-depth understanding of societies, institutions and peoples across the Atlantic. Mr. Tisler has a Masters of Business Administration in Management and Labor Relations and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Cleveland State University.