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Clara L. Petty

Executive Director

Monroe Street United Methodist Church

HQ Phone:  (419) 473-1167

Direct Phone: (419) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

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Monroe Street United Methodist Church

3613 Monroe Street

Toledo, Ohio,43606

United States

Company Description

At Monroe Street Church we extend a special welcome to those who are single, married, divorced, widowed, gay, filthy rich, dirt poor, yo no hablo ingles. We love crying newborns, people who are skinny as a rail, or those who could afford to lose a few pounds. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Neighborhood Centers Inc


Student

University of Toledo


Affiliations

Word Ministry

Scholarship Committee


Top Ladies

Member


Distinction Inc.

Member of Top Ladies


Education

Notre Dame Academy


Masters degree

Public Administration

University of Toledo


Web References(14 Total References)


www.monroestumc.com

Neighborhood Center Director Clara Petty
Clara L. Petty currently serves as Executive Director of the Monroe Street Neighborhood Center. She is a University of Toledo alum with a Masters degree in Public Administration, and currently holds an LSW license. She began her career in social services over 35 years ago and has worked at various agencies in Toledo and Cleveland, Ohio. She is the mother of two adult daughters, one currently attending the University of Toledo, and the proud grandmother of one. Clara is active in many community organizations that provide an array of services to the Toledo community, and an active member of her church, Walk the Word Ministries, where she serves on the scholarship committee.


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Clara Petty
Neighborhood Center Director cpetty,msnc@yahoo.com


www.toledoblade.com

As a University of Toledo student in 1979, Clara Petty was impressed with some of her peers on campus.
"I saw these women who were making a difference in the community, who were volunteering their time. That drew me to them," said Ms. Petty, president of the 109-member local Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority/Zeta Alpha Omega Chapter. The sorority was founded in 1908 at Howard University in Washington, and Toledo's unit began in 1952. Ms. Petty, executive director of Monroe Street Neighborhood Center, had heard relatives and women at church talk about the sorority. Photo Clara Petty, left, local Alpha Kappa Alpha president, says post-college sororities attract women who want to make a difference in their communities. "We've provided 30 years of scholarships," Ms. Petty said. She's found the networking helpful. "When I was unemployed, I put out my feelers to my [sorority] sisters. Several times it panned out," she said, adding that the group oversees chapters at UT and Bowling Green State University. "And the first thing we tell young women coming out of college is 'look to your sorors.'?" Ms. Petty is also a member of Top Ladies of Distinction Inc., which grew out of a 1964 lunch First Lady Byrd Johnson had with some African-American Texas women. Ms. Petty joined Top Ladies because of its youth component, and she had two teenage daughters at the time.


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Clara Petty
Neighborhood Center Director cpetty.msnc@yahoo.com 419-473-1167 ext 317


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Clara L. Petty
Executive Director cpetty.msnc@yahoo.com 419.473.1167


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