Founder named to OOD Council

Posted in City News on Nov 06, 2019

Gov. Mike Dewine has named Andrea Kramer, CEO & Founder of City Apparel, to the 15-member Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities Council, which provides advice on state programs for the disabled. Her term will conclude on June 1st, 2022.

About the OOD Council

The OOD’s focus is empowering Ohioans with disabilities through employment, disability determinations, and independence.

The purpose of the Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) Council is to provide feedback to OOD on its Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation (BVR) and Bureau of Services for the Visually Impaired (BSVI) programs.

The Council consists of 15 members. The makeup of the Council follows criteria established by the federal government, including that a majority of the members on the Council have a disability. Other seats on the Council include an individual who has applied for or received vocational rehabilitation services; an individual who represents community rehabilitation program service providers; and an individual who represents an organization that advocates on behalf of individuals with physical, cognitive, sensory or mental disabilities. Members are appointed by the Governor. To learn more visit: OOD

About City Apparel:

City Apparel curates, designs and decorates corporate apparel, uniforms and logo’d merchandise.

About Andrea Kramer:

Andrea Kramer holds degrees in Marketing and Management from Ohio Northern University and an MBA in Organizational Leadership from the University of Findlay. She is Founder and President of both City Apparel and Go Grow Strategies located in Findlay, Ohio.