About 25 years ago, Manal Saab was working for MetroHealth Medical Systems in an impoverished, but familiar, neighborhood when she was jumped by a group of young people.
“I was too comfortable because I knew the community,” says Saab. “I was surprised it actually happened to me.”
She was about eight months pregnant at the time, stopped at a red light in her unlocked vehicle heading home from work. They surrounded her, took her things and ran off. But not before one of them caught a glimpse of her name tag and recognized who she was.