Quentin L. McCorvey Sr. President and COO, M&R Distribution
Quentin L. McCorvey Sr. is an administrator, strategist, and community leader with wide range of experiences in governmental, healthcare, and nonprofit sectors. He has developed a strong record in communications and community affairs, strategic planning, relationship management, budgeting, program and policy development and analysis. Quentin earned a BA in Political Science from Jackson State University (Jackson, MS) in May 1990. He later earned a Masters Degree in Public Administration Program (Public Management) from Cleveland State University in June 1997.
Currently, Quentin is President and COO of M&R Distribution services where he is responsible for directing all aspects of the company’s day to day operations. Formerly he served at the Senior Vice President of Corporate Diversity Strategies and Programs with KeyBank.
Quentin was inducted into the Crain’s Cleveland Business Magazine 40 under 40 Club in 2002 and Kaleidoscope Magazine’s Forty/Forty Club Class of 2003. He has served on Nominating Panel for the Cleveland Municipal School District school board and the Governor’s Judicial Candidate nominating committee. His current civic involvement includes being a member of the committee on trustees at WCPN/WVIZ ideastream (NPR and National Public TV affiliate). Additionally, he serves in board leadership roles with the City of Cleveland/Cuyahoga County Workforce Investment Board – where he serves as chair, Cleveland Developmental Advisors, and the for profit board, Progressive Faith Group. Quentin is a member of the Cleveland State University Athletic Visiting Committee and a member of the 100 Black Men of Greater Cleveland, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc and is an ordained deacon at Providence Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio.
Quentin also loves spending time speaking with and lecturing to youth groups. Quentin is a graduate of the 2002 leadership classes of both Cleveland Bridge Builders and Leadership Ohio. He is a former 1996 graduate of the United Way Leadership Development Program.
Quentin has served as Director of Communications and Community Affairs for the Center for Community Solutions, a nonprofit umbrella health and human services organization that provided advocacy, policy analysis and communication on the state, local and national levels. In this position, he has established working relationships with governmental leaders and participated in civic, healthcare and community organizations. He has also worked for the MetroHealth System as an Account Executive, for the City of Cleveland with Mayor Michael R. White and Cleveland Public Power and has taught school in the Cleveland Public School System.
Quentin is an active resident and volunteer within the Twinsburg community.
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