As a Harvard graduate, Jane Timken is not only the current Chairman of the Ohio Republican Party, but also the first woman in Ohio’s history to serve as Chairman.
While Cincinnati may be home to ten Fortune 500 companies, small-to-medium-sized privately-owned businesses play a critical role in our local economy.
Venue Magazine proudly recognizes this year’s Rising Star Medical Leaders. The awards program, sponsored by John D. Dovich & Associates, applauds young professionals in Greater Cincinnati who are the best and brightest in the field.
Every November, young professionals in Cincinnati flock to the hottest party in town, the annual JDRF Bourbon & Bow Tie Bash, which always sells out months in advance. This year, JDRF is moving the event, which will be held November 10, to the Duke Energy Convention Center to accommodate demand.
Triplefin is a patient services company. We help pharmaceutical manufacturers provide services to patients and their physicians to make it easier to gain access to medicines: affordability, insurance, navigation and adherence.
Neil Hensley has served as the director of economic development for the City of Blue Ash since 2012. He is responsible for the business attraction, retention and expansion efforts.
The Great Leaders Under 40 Awards 2017
Todd Kelly, Executive Chef and Director of Food & Beverage at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza, is responsible for creating the distinct menu for Orchids at Palm Court, The Grille at Palm Court and The Bar at Palm Court.
Healthcare Leadership Awards 2017
The history of endowment funds is long and impressive, but there’s never been such opportunity for donors to secure their legacy through planned charitable giving as there is today. Cincinnati is no stranger to this practice.
Cincinnati Realtor Julia Wesselkamper has earned hundreds of professional titles and accolades, including the Cincinnati Area Board of Realtors (CABR) Circle of Excellence and Ohio Association of Realtors (OAR) President Sales Club Award. With the highest ranking female team and one of the highest average selling prices in the city, it’s easy to see why former and current clients alike appreciate Wesselkamper’s willingness to stop at nothing to meet their real estate goals.
“When a young child is diagnosed with diabetes it is a very maturing event for both the child and the parents,” says Dan Schimberg.
Emerging leaders in the GenX and Millennial generations see Cincinnati as a vibrant city on the rise. Today Venue Magazine celebrates 55 of those individuals shaping our future.
The Emerging Business Award honors businesses that are in the midst of experiencing growth or have been steadily growing throughout the years. Companies were selected based on their leadership, expertise in their field and the positive impact they are making in the lives of their employees.
Since 1966, the Randolph Company has been serving Greater Cincinnati through sound investment opportunities and portfolio management. Chairman and president Carter F. Randolph, PhD and his team manage portfolios worth more than $500 million.
Whether you are buying a home for the first time, looking for something larger for a growing family or downsizing during retirement, navigating through the maze of paperwork and bank documents is never easy. Luckily, MainSource Bank’s century’s worth of experience allows them to give some answers on common questions regarding mortgages, home loans and refinancing.
We sat down with Clayton Connor, senior telecom consultant for ATC and 2015 Great Leaders Under 40 honoree to talk about what makes a successful leader and more. Check it out!
Roza Rojdev, PsyD of Xecutive Metrix sat down with LEAD Cincinnati to discuss what it means to be a masterful leader.
LEAD Cincinnati sat down with Dave Phillips, co-founder of Cincinnati Works and former CEO of Downtown Cincinnati Inc., for a discussion about his prolific accomplishments in Cincinnati and beyond.
Tracy Nichols, founder of PM/PC Direct, sat down with LEAD Cincinnati to discuss leadership, the importance of core values and what it means to "build your credentials."
The ex-NFLer talks with LEAD Cincinnati about career-altering moments, what he's most comfortable doing in life and what it's like to live in Cincinnati as a young professional.