Natoya J. Walker-Minor
Natoya provides executive leadership, drives policy, and facilitates execution and implementation of Mayoral vision for several departments (Aging, Civil Service, Human Resources, the Office of Equal Opportunity, and Workforce Development). Vital to her role is leveraging intersections between each of the departmental disciplines to influence policy and programs. Natoya’s career as a public servant spans over 25 years in public administration and policy in municipal government, non-profit, and government consulting. Natoya formerly served as the Co-Chair of the Diversity & Inclusion Committee of the Greater Cleveland Partnership. She also facilitates the advancement Community Benefit Agreements as a tool for responsible economic development and how it impacts the workforce, communities, and the career pipeline. Essential to this work is developing relationships across sectors with non-traditional stakeholders to effect change and transform how construction impacts the local community. Natoya holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science, a Master of Public Administration, and executive leadership certificates from Georgetown University in Nonprofit Management and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government in Senior Executives in State and Local Government. Natoya is civically engaged, an alumnus of the American Marshall Memorial Fellow, serves on numerous Boards, is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Order of Eastern Star, and is a proud graduate of the Cleveland Public Schools. Natoya is married to Bishop Tony Minor and together they raise their family.