Senior Policy Fellow inducted into Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame

September 15, 2010

 Gayle Channing Tenenbaum, a Senior Policy Fellow for the Voinovich School and Ohio University Executive Leadership Institute Faculty member, was one of ten women inducted into the Ohio Women’s Hall of Fame on August 26 at the Ohio Statehouse.
Channing Tenenbaum began her career in human services as a caseworker at Hamilton County Children Services and worked her way up to Executive Assistant of Human Services for Governor Richard Celeste, coordinating several health and human services-related cabinet departments. She also worked on the Children’s Advisory Committee during President Obama’s campaign, and was selected to serve as part of his Health and Human Services Transition Team after his election.
Channing Tenenbaum is a senior policy fellow for Voices for Ohio's Children in addition to her work at the Voinovich School and currently is the CEO of Channing and Associates, a human services consulting firm.
Gayle was selected as Ohioan of the Year in 2000 and has received the Administration on Children, Youth and Families Commissioner’s Award, given in recognition of contributions for child abuse prevention.
The Women’s Hall of Fame was created in 1978 to honor women who have made a significant contribution to the state and country.