Richard Stoff - A Dedicated Citizen of Ohio
About Richard Stoff
Having previously served as a partner at
the consulting firm Ernst & Young, Richard Stoff founded the Ohio
Business Roundtable in 1992, bringing together CEOs from Ohio’s leading
corporations to solve the most challenging public policy issues facing
the state. Among the issues addressed by Richard Stoff and the CEO
leaders he serves are economic growth, business climate and major
policy areas such as healthcare, education and tax policy.
In addition to his professional endeavors, Mr. Stoff supports multiple charitable organizations. He serves on the boards of trustees for Jobs for America’s Graduates and Battelle for Kids, an organization founded by the Ohio Business Roundtable in 2002. He is also the founding chairman of the Board of Friends of the Drexel Theatre and was recently appointed to the Governor’s Executive Workforce Board by the Ohio governor John Kasich.
Richard A. Stoff earned a BA in political science from Northeastern University and an MPA from The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University.