Tag Archives: Locals

Toledo According To Jason Webber

Years lived in Toledo: First time: 2004-2010; This time: 2018 – present. I hope to stay here for a while! Occupation: Creative Consultant at MadAveGroup. Also a freelance journalist and future author. My story, in one sentence: I formerly worked for insane clowns in both politics and the music industry and am now living my

Toledo According To Todd M. Ahrens

Years lived in Bowling Green/NW Ohio: 22; I’m originally from Iowa, but came to Ohio in 1990 for grad school at BGSU and moved here permanently in 1997. Occupation: Director of Development at the Toledo Museum of Art The best thing I’ve ever eaten in Toledo was: This might be a tie between the Cioppino

Toledo According To Diana Patton

Years lived in Toledo: 30 years Occupation: CEO of Diana R. Patton Consulting, LLC – speaker, author, attorney and social justice advocate. My story, in one sentence: I am capable of rising above my circumstances, pushing past abuse, trauma and worn-out mental narratives, being resilient, accepting every challenge, and committing to living my very best

Toledo According to Tricia Cullop

Years lived in Toledo: Eleven Occupation: Head Women’s Basketball Coach at the University of Toledo My story: Driven to help young people learn how to win at the game of basketball and life. Thankful to have an amazing family and wonderful friends to share my life with and grateful for all the blessings I’ve been

Toledo According To Matt Taylor

Artist, Designer, web developer Lived in Toledo: 35 years Most people know me for working on the Toledo Loves Love project. But some may also remember my collaborative t-shirt/art company called Devicious!, Or my work on a little retail project called Sillybandz, or even know me as a designer at Thrive internet marketing/Toledo.com. Basically, it’s

Toledo According To… Jordan Valdiviez

Years lived in Toledo: 23 Occupation: Incubation Operations Manager at Launchpad Incubation at The University of Toledo One lyric to describe my ideal self: “The only true voyage would be not to travel through a hundred different lands with the same pair of eyes, but to see the same land through a hundred different pairs