K.K. Sullivan is a lifelong community volunteer who is actively involved with
many local organizations.
She currently sits on the Cleveland Clinic Art in Leadership Board, Playhouse
Square Board (Chair 2003-2006), The Holden Arboretum Council, the Cleveland
International Piano Competition, Lost Tree Charitable Foundation Visiting
Committee and Hospice of Western Reserve Capital Campaign Committee. She
is a Trustee Emeritus for the Great Lakes Science Center,
K.K. chaired seven benefits for Playhouse Square including the grand openings of
three historical theaters in Playhouse Square (the largest performing arts center
outside of Lincoln Center, New York and the largest theater restoration project in
the world), the opening benefit at Progressive Field (formerly Jacobs Field),
Cleveland Public Art, the 10th Anniversary of the American Foundation for Suicide
Prevention, the grand opening of the Great Lakes Science Center, benefits for
Hospice of Western the Reserve and the Cleveland Catholic Diocese Foundation
as well as benefits for other nonprofit organizations including The Holden
Arboretum, Shaker Lakes Nature Center, Heather Hill and the Junior League.
She also co-chaired benefits for UNICEF, Cleveland International Piano
Competition, the Western Reserve Historical Society and Cleveland Clinic Florida.
K.K. and her husband, retired attorney Joseph D. Sullivan, reside in Kirtland Hills
and North Palm Beach Florida.
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