On August 26, Mayor Frank Jackson administered the oath of office to Marquesa D. Stephens, Luis Reyes and Edwin Moore, appointing them to the Cleveland Community Police Commission. Read their bios below:
Marquesa D. Stephens
Marquesa D. Stephens studied and graduated from Cuyahoga Community College and Cleveland State University. Her studies have allowed her to gain priceless knowledge of law enforcement and courts policies and procedures, as well as an in-depth understanding of social dynamics and topics important to society today. She has worked for critical agencies throughout the county of Cuyahoga such as Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland State University, and the Cleveland Heights – University Heights City School District. She currently holds a position as Safety and Protections Service Officer with the Cleveland Public Library. She is a single Black mother of two children. Stephens looks forward to learning and offering what she can to make and keep Cleveland safe for the future.
Pastor Edwin Moore
Pastor Edwin Moore is a native Clevelander and he established the “Way of Escape Ministries” on the city’s West side. Pastor Moore has long been committed to service in the community personally and professionally. He has over 25 years of work experience with agencies such as Applewood Centers, Catholic Charities and Beechbrook. After successfully completing studies in criminal justice/security management, he is currently overseeing security services at Signature Health Inc., a non-profit FQHC providing mental health, addiction recovery and primary care services to patients across Northeast Ohio.
Luis Reyes has been a Clevelander since he moved here as a 3-month old from Puerto Rico in 1982. Mr. Reyes is the Finance Manager for Ganley Hyundai of Parma, where he works with people from all walks of life on a daily basis and strives to makes sure all are treated equally. Mr. Reyes is the father of two girls and husband to an amazing wife. He describes himself as a friend to many. Mr. Reyes joins the Commission feeling that it is his duty to help better this city.