Power Couples are in a relationship with a partner who strives for success, while having very serious ambitions of their own. They have learned to give and take while supporting each other’s goals and ambitions.
It’s an equation for professional and personal success: one plus one equals three, sometimes four, five or even numerous multiples. When one partner brings dreams, the other brings vision. Regardless of the formula, the results are always the same: one never above, one never below, but always at each other’s side.
Nine couples explain how they achieved their success, where they met, how they fell in love and how they balance the day-to-day of hectic professional careers. Josh and Maria Cribbs, Haim and Amanda Mayan, Peter and Rita Carfagna, Dan and Molly Walsh, Rob and Kathryn Falls, Chris and Natalie Ronayne, Kevin and Yvonne Conwell, Lee and Jane Seidman and Tom and Cindy Einhouse make up Community Leader’s Power Couples from across Northeast Ohio.
Power Couples make time for each other and their families, often emphasizing quality time more than quantity. They know how to be flexible both at work and home. As such, they are natural born leaders. Many times, the sacrifice and give and take they bring to their relationships spill over into their personal and professional lives in the form of giving back to the community.
Check out these unique individuals who have formed partnerships that are much greater than the sum of their numbers. You may even see their traits in your own relationships, or in some of the Power Couples that you know and love.