Event Pics: C-Suite Awards Class of 2016


The C-Suite Award honors our region's leading chief executive officers, chief operating, information, marketing, and financial officers, board level leaders, and other C-level executives. The individuals were selected based on their invaluable contributions to their organization and our region as well as their personal leadership characteristics. This year's honorees include:

Brian Berning, BDO
Dora Anim, The Greater Cincinnati Foundation
Greg Beasley,  Miami Valley Christian Academy
Jay Bedi, Elements Event Center
Randi Bellner, US Bank
Randy Brunk, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy
Nelson Castillo, Prime 47 of Cincinnati
Dan Connors, St. Joseph Home
Myrita Craig, YMCA
Dan de Stefano, deStefano Homes
Kelley Downing, Bartlett
Barry Farmer, Barry Farmer Draperies
Trey Grayson, NKy Chamber of Commerce
Bryan Hogan, Afidence
William Hurford, MD, UC Health
Rabbi Abie Ingber, Xavier University
Laurence Jones, Risk Versity
Greg Livingston, Curiosity Advertising
Candace McGraw, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport
James Reynolds, PhD, Wilmington College
Rob Richardson, Jr., University of Cincinnati
George Sehi, PhD, Warren County Educational Service Center
Mike Vollette, The Underground
Nita Walker, MD, UC Health
Rodney Williams, LISNR
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