May 1, 2019
CIM Elects Two New Trustees
The Cleveland Institute of Music’s Board of Trustees elected two new Trustees at its Tuesday, April 30, 2019, meeting. Corporate and business lawyer Anthony J. O’Malley, managing partner of the Vorys Cleveland law office, and neurosurgeon Jonathan Paul Miller, MD, of University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, were both elected to serve regular three-year terms.
“These highly accomplished new members of the CIM Board of Trustees represent top business leaders as well as medical professionals and educators in our region,” said CIM Board Chair Richard J. Hipple. “Each has a clear commitment to the institution and its vision to be the future of classical music.”
“Tony O’Malley and Jonathan Miller are leaders who value the mission and vision of CIM,” added President and CEO Paul W. Hogle. “Both are already actively engaged and bring valuable new perspectives to the table. I am grateful they have chosen to share their time and talent with CIM as we approach our centennial year.”
As managing partner and a member of the litigation practice group at Vorys, Anthony J. O’Malley represents public and private companies and their officers and directors in a broad array of complex business matters involving commercial, securities, corporate governance and change of control issues. A graduate of the Case Western Reserve University School of Law, he serves on the school’s alumni association board and is a member of CWRU Law’s Society of the Benchers. O’Malley has been named one of the best lawyers in America in commercial litigation for the past 13 years as well as one of the top 100 super lawyers in Ohio and top 50 super lawyers in Cleveland from 2009-15. He also was a member and director of the Cleveland chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation from 2006-12.
Neurosurgeon Jonathan Paul Miller, MD, FAANS, FACS, is director of the Functional and Restorative Neurosurgery Center, Department of Neurosurgery, at the Neurological Institute of University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center. He also is an associate professor of neurosurgery and vice chair for educational affairs, and holder of the George R. and Constance P. Lincoln Endowed Chair at UH and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. In addition, Miller is director of epilepsy surgery at UH and directs the hospital’s fellowship program in functional neurosurgery. He earned a bachelor’s degree in molecular biophysics and biochemistry from Yale University and his medical degree from the CWRU School of Medicine with a concentration in neuroscience. Miller currently serves as associate editor of the Journal Neurosurgery, chief editor of neurosurgical procedures for the eMedicine Medscape reference and as an editorial board member of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons.