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My Story:

My interest in civic life began at a very early age, specifically out of my family's devotion to God and the Egyptian-Christian community in the United States. This devotion led my parents to immigrate to the United States and settle in East Cleveland. My father, the Very Reverend Mikhail Edward Mikhail, was the 8th Coptic Orthodox priest ordained to serve a growing Coptic congregation in the USA.

My father’s nearly 40 years of service is a tremendous inspiration to me, my husband and our three children. He could not do it, however, without the support of my mother, whose love for her church, community and family is incredible.

Education:

My parents believed that education was paramount to our future.  I was raised in Parma, where my father started St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church. I am a proud graduate of Holy Family School. I graduated from Our Lady of Elms High School  in Akron and my brother attended St. Ignatius.  Both of us chose John Carroll University.

The Jesuit tradition of academic excellence and service to others for the common good greatly enriched my life.  JCU helped me further develop the strong character molded within the Jesuit tradition of integrating faith and culture. The search of truth and justice, two core Jesuit values, led me to law school.

My Career:

I graduated from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. My legal experience is varied, from being a judicial staff attorney for the Court I seek to be elected, a labor & employment attorney, a domestic violence prosecutor and currently, a mortgage litigator with one of Ohio's premiere lenders' rights law firms, Manley Deas Kochalski LLC.

I am proud of my career. The path I have taken to get me where I am today has molded me into a person that can best serve my community as an elected Judge. Every community needs judges that are compassionate, fair and just; judges that are committed to public service and civic responsibility.

I am proud of my membership on the board of the Edna House for Women, a long-term, structured sober living and educational facility for women seeking recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol.

We live in Seven Hills and I am a proud mother of two children at St. Columbkille School in Parma.

With your help, we can make a difference. It’s a new day with Miday.

 

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Ann McCauley-Johnson, Treasurer. 3398 Thomson Circle, Rocky River, OH 44116.