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Mike Trebilcock Elected Chairman of The Foundry Community Rowing and Sailing Center Board November 2020

Mike Trebilcock is Chairman and Founder of MCPc, a Cleveland based information technology company that helps businesses manage the security risks and logistical challenges inherent in utilizing a fleet of technology. What makes them special is not just their business model, however: the MCPc business ethos is centered around trust, sustainability, community, and philanthropy, and as a company, they walk the walk. In fact, MCPc operates its own charitable arm, MCPc Family Charities, which supports educational, cultural, and social causes and organizations throughout its business regions. Since its inception, MCPc has provided over $15 million in charitable support and continues to prioritize giving back.


Much of that philanthropic spirit is guided by MCPc Chairman & CEO, Michael Trebilcock. Together with his wife, Gina, Mike led MCPc Family Charities to establish The Foundry as a world-class non-profit rowing facility. Today, The Foundry attracts talented rowing students from all over Northeast Ohio while remaining accessible to the youth of Cleveland, no matter their income level. Since opening in 2016, The Foundry has also expanded into sailing, thanks to a partnership with the Cleveland Metroparks which allowed the Historic Coast Guard Station at Whiskey Island to become Cleveland’s first community sailing center.


Mike Trebilcock, Board Chair


Debbie Berry

University Circle Inc.

J. Mark Busch

Retired from Busch Funeral and Crematory Services

John Dedinsky, Treasurer

Parker Hannifin Corporation (retired)


Tom Einhouse

Playhouse Square



Daniel F. Gourash

Seely, Savidge, Ebert & Gourash Co., LPA



David W. Hildebrandt


Craig Martin

The Adcom Group


Kevin E. Martin



Matthew J. Previts, Vice President

Logicalis, Inc. 



Michael W. Vary Jr.

Morgan Stanley



Sam Wainer

Horizons Inc.






Mike and Gina Trebilcock

Founders, The Cleveland Foundry

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