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St. Joseph Home Stands for Compassionate Care

The professional staff, board of directors and volunteers of the St. Joseph Home are passionate about the mission to provide care for non-ambulatory children and adults who have profound developmental disabilities.

In Pursuit of Freedom on the Banks of the Ohio

We sat down with the leaders responsible for defining the mission of Cincinnati's National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. See what they have to say about the purpose of the center, and the importance of promoting freedom worldwide.

Branding The Queen City: The Advertising Geniuses Behind Cincinnati's Success

P&G, PNC, E.W. Scripps, Chiquita, Fifth Third: These industry giants support another set of organizations whose creative work often goes unrecognized but not unnoticed: Cincinnati's advertising agencies.

Cincinnati Treasures: Reflecting on Our Military Past

We went behind the scenes into Cincinnati Museum Center's archives to cover "Treasures of Our Military Past." Encompassing military history in Cincinnati from as early as the 1780s, this exhibit is certainly not one to miss.

In the Heart of Cincinnati

DCI was established 20 years ago to aid in the revitalization and restructuring of an ailing downtown district within Cincinnati. At that time, there was a significant decline in Cincinnati’s downtown districts. Now it's alive and thriving. We sat down with some of the key players.

Experience Is the Best Teacher

Cincinnati Public Schools helps students get hands-on experience, preparing students for college, careers or whatever might come next. It's a refreshingly practical approach.

The Era of the IT Executive: 25 CIOs Speak Their Minds

Sitting across the table with these IT leaders, a fundamental reality became clear: the future of business is technology. Find out what else they had to say.

The Ribbon is Cut on 84.51°

Following Kroger’s acquisition of most of dunnhumbyUSA (now 84.51°) last week, the building on Race and 5th that will be home to the newly named data analytics company was opened with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Executive Perspectives in Healthcare – Garren Colvin and Gary Blank

Lead Cincinnati sat down with some of the most powerful hospital executives in the region for wide-ranging discussions about the present and future of healthcare. Today, it's St. Elizabeth Healthcare's Garren Colvin, executive vice president and chief operating officer, and Gary Blank, senior vice president, chief of patient services and chief nursing officer.

2015 C-Suite Awards presented by Venue & Lead Magazine

Lead Cincinnati is proud to announce the honorees of its 2015 C-Suite Awards presented by Venue and Lead Magazine. Reserve a place for you or your company at the Awards Luncheon!

Executive Perspectives in Healthcare – Richard Lofgren

Lead Cincinnati sat down with some of the most powerful hospital executives in the region for wide-ranging discussions about the present and future of healthcare. Today, it's UC Health president and CEO Dr. Richard Lofgren.

Executive Perspectives in Healthcare – Mike Keating

Lead Cincinnati sat down with some of the most powerful hospital executives in the region for wide-ranging discussions about the present and future of healthcare. Today, it's Mike Keating, president and CEO of The Christ Hospital.

For New Museum Center Leadership, the Best Is Yet to Come

With newly named CEO Elizabeth Pierce and CFO Jill Berkemeier, Cincinnati Museum Center is taking the first steps towards responsibly restoring the iconic Union Terminal in which it resides.

Business Lessons: A Group of Business Owners Share Their Success Stories

Aileron founder Clay Mathile says entrepreneurs perform the most noble acts in a free society by putting their capital at risk to create jobs for others. The organization’s mission is to help those people realize their vision by developing a plan.

Warhol, Baseball and Pete Rose

The worlds of art and sports rarely meet. But they did 30 years ago when the Cincinnati Art Museum commissioned famed pop artist Andy Warhol to do a Pete Rose painting during that thrilling summer of 1985.