Hetrick is new Coventry Village Special Improvement District executive director
The Coventry Village Special Improvement District (SID) has named Angela Hetrick its new executive director.
After her November appointment to the position, Hetrick’s first task was planning, coordinating and executing the first annual Coventry Village Holiday Festival, which took place Dec. 14. The festival featured free holiday events throughout the neighborhood, including appearances by Coventry Claus, Cleveland favorite Mr. Jingeling, and an "Elf" movie marathon at the Centrum Theater.
Steve Presser, the owner of Big Fun and the former Coventry Village SID executive director said, “We are really excited for Coventry Village to have Angela Hetrick take the position of the executive director. Angie had previously worked with the Coventry Village SID assisting with social media, so most of the merchants already had a good relationship with her. Angie brings great contacts, experience and communication skills to the street. We are all looking forward to a new era for Coventry Village Special Improvement District.”
For more than three years Hetrick has worked as an independent consultant, specializing in marketing, advertising, public relations, event planning, sponsorship sales and social media services. Clients have included a variety of small businesses and nonprofits throughout Greater Cleveland, among them Beachland Ballroom & Tavern, Jakprints, Luxe Kitchen & Lounge, Berea Animal Rescue, City Buddha, Public Square Group, Lottery League and Cleveland Food Truck Operators Coalition. Before establishing her consulting business, Hetrick worked at WKYC-TV and at Alternative Press, the Cleveland-based national music magazine.
Michael Peterman has been a managing member of CoventrYard for more than 30 years, is president of the CVSID Board of Trustees, and is CEO of North Pointe Realty Inc.