Our mission is to strengthen communities with an empowered workforce by creating profitable social enterprises.


Imagine a for-profit business model focused on our most pressing social service needs!

Imagine leveraging the market to maximize social impact!

Imagine profit being used to maximize team member development and community impact!


With such an imagination we launched and…

LATE 2011

A handful of philanthropic investors took a risk and pulled together a small fund of nearly $300,000 to assist with our start-up costs.


In January we launched CleanTurn with a focus on several service based business lines – each of which focused on supportive employment for individuals impacted by incarceration and other challenging backgrounds.


Forged a strong partnership with over fifty community partners including the Tony Wells Foundation and The Columbus Foundation (both providing loans assisting with our expansion and growth).


Officially launched CleanTurn Demolition Services – central Ohio’s premiere interior demolition service provider.


Officially She Has A Name Cleaning Services – Cleaning with Care. Cleaning for a Cause!


Moved into new facilities in Franklinton, surpassed over 400 jobs created and lunched “CTE Career Advancement Training” program for all staff members.


Launched Third Way Cafe in the Greater Hilltop expanding our community impact in our local community.


James Schoenfeld

Director of Finance & Administration

Jimmy received his Bachelor‘s degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. Jimmy spent several years working and serving with faith-based organizations in Rome, Italy and New York City, where he focused on community development, education and spiritual enrichment. Jimmy is responsible for CleanTurn’s finance and administration needs.

Sheila Kendrick

HR/ Office Manager

Sheila Kendrick studied Business Administration at Ohio Dominican University. For the past nine years, Sheila has managed the on-boarding of office and volunteer staff as well as focused on operations, project management, leadership development and strategic planning as a staff member of her church.

Frank Stokes

Facilities Manager

Frank Stokes started out working at CleanTurn doing landscaping in February of 2016. From there he was part of our demolition team and now is our Facilities Manager. He is responsible for all aspects of the facility, landscaping, and fleet management.

Candice Ross

Community Engagement Manager

Candice Ross is a recent graduate of Liberty University with her Masters in Divinity in Pastoral Counseling. Her undergraduate degree is from The Ohio State University in Operations Management with a minor in Leadership studies. She is an ordained minister who is active in her church, Hope City House of Prayer, and values engagement and development.