Jeanine Maddox has supported The Osgood Group and its clients since its inception in 2008, by leading administrative and project management efforts, establishing quality standards, continuous improvement and training efforts to support the organization and its clients. Most recently, Jeanine led The Osgood Group’s implementation team, as a partner to NoteWorthy Federal Credit Union, to ensure that artists, musicians, and small arts-focused businesses and nonprofits across the country could access the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) (part of the CARES Act stimulus package of 2020), a mission-driven initiative to provide access to the un- and under-banked.
Jeanine has supported The Osgood Group’s work with The Middlesex County Office of Arts and History since 2016.
Jeanine’s career leverages her broad expertise to provide support to presidents, directors and staff to ensure the effective and efficient operations of businesses. Jeanine has been in management roles with local and international firms in Cleveland, Atlanta, and the Washington, DC and San Diego areas, in industries including consulting, technology, government, and the non-profit sector. She has an extensive background in all components of administration including program management, strategic planning, fiscal management, payroll, employee training, human resources, due diligence, purchasing, policy development, marketing, project coordination, and systems technology and implementation in Mac, PC, and cloud-based software.
As Director of Corporate Administration at The Human Resource Department, Inc. Jeanine was instrumental in growing the business from a local Northeast Ohio human resource staffing and consultancy to a multi-location firm serving customers across North America. She was part of a team at The Alcohol & Drug Addiction Services Board of Cuyahoga County working under a Federal demonstration program recognized nationally for its all-encompassing coordination among publicly funded treatment and associated service providers. At Heights Community Congress, she ran the weatherization program to help homeowners with environmental solutions to reducing utility bills and served as a fair housing tester.
Jeanine earned her Bachelor of Arts, History, with certificates in African and Asian Studies, from Northwestern University. She co-led a non-traditional Girl Scout troop focused on outdoor adventure and skill-building. Jeanine is Board President of the Cleveland Print Room, a non-profit working to advance the art and appreciation of the photographic image in all its forms by providing affordable access to a community darkroom and workspace, gallery exhibitions, educational programs and collaborative outreach. She was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio.