Christine Myeroff grew up in Cleveland and ran track and cross-country on scholarship at Cleveland State University. She graduated with a teaching degree in Physical Education and Health. Upon graduation, she taught high school and coached.
She married her high school sweetheart, Randy and when Randy was asked to open an office for Cohen and Company they, then in their mid 20's, made their way to Akron. Chris continued her educational pursuits earning a master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and Education, and becoming an instructor at the University of Akron. Having three boys in 3 1/2 years, Chris became a full-time mom. With passions of running, tennis, boating, travel, cooking and lots of laundry, she decided to find time to get deeply involved with the community.
Over the years, Chris has had various roles volunteering with the Junior League of Akron, Akron Child Guidance Center, Akron Symphony, Soap Box Derby, American Red Cross, United Disability Services, Inventure Place, Project Learn, Walsh Jesuit Women's Board, Revere Soccer Club and the Cleveland Museum of Art. Currently, she serves on the Cleveland Metro Parks Zoo Society Board of Trustees, the CSU Athletics Visiting Committee and is the past Board President for the Akron Art Museum. Chris was honored to be inducted to the Cleveland State University Athletics Hall of Fame for Women’s Track and Cross Country in 2018.
Chris and Randy now live in Bratenahl and enjoy everything the city of Cleveland has to offer.