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  • 1. If you need more information about the City of Cleveland’s Chapter 187 and Chapter 188 Legislation, process or outcomes, feel free to contact either of the staff listed below: From the Law Department: Jeffrey B. Marks Assistant Director of Law Room 106, City Hall 601 Lakeside Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114-1077 Ph.: 216/ 664-2715 Fax: 216/ 420-8560 Or Natoya J. Walker Minor, nwalker@city.cleveland.oh.us Chief, Public Affairs & Director Office of Equal Opportunity (216)664-4155 nwalker@city.cleveland.oh.us In January 2010, Natoya J. Walker Minor was appointed by Mayor Frank G. Jackson, as Chief, Public Affairs Cluster. The Public Affairs Cluster serves as a connector, ensuring continuity to City of Cleveland constituents, external partners, and internal stakeholders. In this capacity, Natoya serves as the intermediary for the departments of Aging, Civil Service, Community Relations, Consumer Affairs, Office of Equal Opportunity, Personnel/Human Resources, Public Health, and Workforce Development. Prior to this appointment, Walker Minor served the Jackson Administration in the dual capacity of Interim Director of the Office of Equal Opportunity and Deputy Chief of the Operations Cluster. Natoya’s career spans a wide spectrum of public affairs, public policy, and government assignments, where she gained her experience of being a public servant in the areas of non-profit, municipal government, public administration and government consulting. Natoya is an alumnus of the American Marshall Memorial Fellow, a graduate of the Leadership Academy at Cleveland State University, has earned an Executive Certificate in Non-Profit Management from Georgetown University, and was a member of the Charter Class of Cleveland Bridge Builders. Natoya is civically engaged and presently serves as the Board Chair for the Black Professional Association Charitable Foundation, is a board member of the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, Cleveland Restoration Society, is Immediate Past President of the Cleveland Chapter of the
  • 2. National Forum for Black Public Administrators, and sits on the national Advisory Board of UNITY (Urban Networks to Increase Thriving Youth). Natoya is a member of Delta Sigma Theta, Inc, the Order of the Eastern Star and a proud graduate of Cleveland Public Schools. Natoya holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Toledo, is an alumnus of the National Urban Fellows, where she earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the City University of New York. Natoya is married to Bishop Tony Minor and they have two sons.