Edit ModuleShow Tags

Holocaust Survivor Thrives with Support from Russian Jewish Cultural Center

On December 14, Mila Denisenko celebrated her 90th birthday at the Russian Jewish Cultural Center with her friends around her. Speaking Russian, they shared anecdotes about her life and their history together. Some praised her gift for singing. Delicious Russian-style birthday cake was served, along with much food and laughter. As befitted such a milestone, Mila received a bouquet of red roses.

Remembering Freedom Summer 55 Years Later

The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (NURFC) continues its Freedom 55 Programming Series this spring as part of its year-long commemoration of the 55th anniversary of Freedom Summer, an integral milestone in the nation’s civil rights history.

Well-Rounded Perspective Fuels Her Passion for Legal Profession

As counsel in Thompson Hine’s Labor and Employment practice, Heather Muzumdar is involved in a multi-faceted array of advising and litigation, whether it’s in a conference room, a board room or a court room. “I work with HR professionals, executives, in-house counsels on any labor and employment issue that might come up in private and publicly traded companies from startups to Fortune 500 companies,” says Muzumdar, who returned to Thompson Hine in 2018 after leaving for two years to serve as employment counsel for Western & Southern Financial Group, Inc.

Unleash Your Success - One Day Live Event

Kevin and Michelle Jones to Receive Aspire Cincinnati Award™

Ross Local Schools #BetterTogether

During the warm summer days of 2017, Scott Gates, Superintendent of Schools at Ross Local School District, began having conversations with Andy Klaber, the district’s Director of Technology, about the state of technology across the Ross School properties. One topic in that conversation began to raise serious concern for both Gates and Klaber. The district’s telephone systems were old, different in different school buildings and beginning to show their age with periodic failure of system components. Klaber pointed out that power outages had taken key components down recently and could again. Worse still, the phone system equipment was out of warranty and support, and the network lines and carrier services were out of date, expensive and had not been updated or renegotiated in years.

Good Scout Award Luncheon Supports Scouting in Our Community

Perrin and Diane March of Sotheby's Realty Discuss Cincinnati's Ranking in the $1 Million+ Home Market

Robinson Sotheby’s International Realty

Jewish Federation Continues to Impact the Community Through Thanksgiving Mitzvah Project

Bringing food and good cheer to families in need around the Thanksgiving holiday is part of the mission for women of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati. This fall, they donated and packaged 165 meals for clients of the Jewish Family Service Heldman Family Food Pantry, located at Jewish Family Service Barbash Family Vital Support Center in Clifton, through their Thanksgiving Mitzvah Project – more than double their efforts when they started six years ago. And they’re seeing the impact in the community.

St. Joseph Home to Open New Expansion Site in Northern Sharonville in 2019

“Our people are individuals who have gifts to offer to the world,” says Molly Robertshaw, St. Joseph Home (SJH) Director of Community Advancement. “We work with individuals who have dreams and goals and our job is to find ways to bring those to life.”

2019 C-Suite Awards Event Photos

This award is given to the region's leading chief executive officers, chairman, vice chairman, chief operating officers, chief information officers, chief financial officers, chief marketing officers and other C- level executives. The criteria for this award is based on the company's invaluable contribution to our region and the nominee's personal leadership characteristics that cultivate a thriving and progressive community.

Daley Design + Build Utilizes Hidden Accessibility Features to Create Lifestyle Homes That Can Accommodate All Ages

No one enjoys thinking about how their abilities and needs will change as they grow older, but wise planners will consider how their home will be able to accommodate them as they age. Graeme Daley, founder and CEO of Daley Design + Build, knows how to create luxurious lifestyle homes for buyers of all ages.

Matthew Marcum is Investing in the Next Generation of Leaders Through Mentoring Partners of Cincinnati

Matthew Marcum, through his ministry of mentorship, is in the business of changing hearts and lives. Mentoring Partners of Cincinnati, an organization devoted to mentoring young men and women, focuses on investing in today’s youth with a Christ-centered focus in a judgement-free environment. The ministry “respects the beliefs and goals of each student regardless of religious preference. Each relationship builds a friendship of purpose, investing in a youth’s personal foundation of faith, academic, and career focus.”

Cincinnati Eye Institute Welcomes Two New Retina Specialists to the Team

When it comes to maintaining clear vision, your retina is the key to properly interpreting light and communicating what you see to your brain.

Sterling Homes Team Creates New Homes With Timeless Style to Create Lasting Client Satisfaction

For two years, Charlie and Samantha Rittgers searched for just the right lot on which to build their dream home. The pair had practically given up hope when they came across a beautiful 2.1-acre lot with a steep grade that served to scare away other potential buyers.

Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund Prepares for Queen City Classic Chess Tournament at Paul Brown Stadium

The Cris Collinsworth ProScan Fund now looks ahead to its next annual event: The Queen City Classic Chess Tournament, set for March 15 and 16 at Paul Brown Stadium. With 700 K-12 students expected to participate and international grandmasters scheduled to appear, it is sure to be a memorable celebration of this game that is at the center of CCPF’s mission.

Frost Brown Todd LLC and Adam Hall Honored at the 2019 People of Vision Award Dinner Program

Cincinnati, OH (March 7, 2019) - Frost Brown Todd LLC and Adam Hall, CEO, were recognized for their outstanding visionary leadership and philanthropic work at the Prevent Blindness Southwest Ohio Chapter’s 25th Annual People of Vision Award Dinner on March 5.