28 February Regional Director Makes Cameo Appearance on HOPE February 28, 2017 By ODRC Institutions, Northeast Reintegration Center (NERC) Todd Ishee, HOPE Channel, NERC 0 Northeast Regional Director Todd Ishee made a recent stop at the Northeast Reintegration Center HOPE Channel Studio to sit down for an on-camera discussion on what he’s excited about for 2017. If you know Mr. Ishee at all, you know that he is goal oriented, and that when he sets goals he gets excited about achieving them! In his interview with NERC News Anchor Nina Hunt, he discussed how the HOPE Channel is rolling a New Logo in 2017, as well as a new facet of learning that will be called HOPE University. The new HOPE Channel Logo now encompasses the entire State of Ohio, signifying Mr. Ishee’s goal that the HOPE Channel extend beyond the NE Region into all Ohio prisons in 2017. HOPE University is going to be a channel that will allow ODRC to vastly expand resident programming and shatter the current limitations of space and only being able to enroll very small finite numbers of people into a particular program. These are big goals, but goals that Mr. Ishee feels are very reachable in the coming year. Related Director and NE Regional Director Congratulated Employee at NERC NE Region Conducts Annual HOPE Channel Strategic Planning Meeting NERC Hosts NE Regional Leadership Meeting NERC Staff and Residents Join Director at Cleveland City Club NERC HOPE Channel Gets Trained at GRC NERC Welcomes Interim Director Hudson and Warden Bracy Comments are closed.