Kerstin E. Trawick born in Texas ended up moving to Cleveland after her husband got a job at Cleveland State University. She came to Cleveland by way of New York City, where she has fond memories especially of the arts and culture there. She explains how she was focused on her children when they first moved here, but decided to rejoin the workforce after her kids got older. After working at Case Western Reserve for several years as the assistant to the secretary, She got a position with the law school in External Affairs. Eventually, she became the assistant editor to the Journal of Legal Education, a position she had until she retired in 2007. Her fondness of sports, arts, and culture are evident in this interview. Music has especially made a mark on Trawick, but she enjoyed the opera and ballet as well.


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Trawick, Kerstin E. (interviewee)


Horan II, John (interviewer)


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58 minutes

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