MAI Capital Management's Chief Investment Officer John Zaller Named to Crain's Cleveland Business 2020 40 Under 40 List
September 15, 2020 – MAI Capital Management is pleased to announce Chief Investment Officer John Zaller’s inclusion on Crain’s Cleveland Business’ 40 Under 40 list. For nearly three decades, Crain’s has spotlighted Northeast Ohio’s most exceptional leaders who have made an impact on their community prior to their 40th birthday. The list includes some of Northeast Ohio’s best and brightest who engage in bettering their community through their jobs, as well as in volunteer efforts.
MAI is proud our Chief Investment Officer John Zaller is included in this year’s group. We place great value on community involvement at MAI, and John embodies our goal to take care of the people who make it special. Many of our employees are actively involved in the community on an individual level through their work serving on the boards and associate boards of local nonprofit organizations, as well as dedicating time to area groups. Our firm has made it a top priority to participate in several group volunteer opportunities each year.
In order to be considered for the 40 Under 40 list, nominees were asked to complete an essay summarizing their professional accomplishments, charitable activities and board memberships, among other notable details. Nominees must reside in Northeast Ohio and be 39 or younger as of Sept. 14, 2020 to be considered.
To view this year’s lists, please visit: https://www.crainscleveland.com/awards/crains-2020-forty-under-40
Crain’s 40 Under 40 recognizes Northeast Ohio’s best and brightest who have made a mark prior to their 40th birthday. Honorees are chosen by Crain’s Cleveland Business’ editorial team and must complete a questionnaire in order to be considered. Applicants must reside in Northeast Ohio and be 39 or younger as of September 12, 2020 to be eligible for recognition. A $25 processing fee must be paid by all applicants.
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