Where will you be May 6 when the bugler blows the Call to Post for the 143rd running of Kentucky Derby?
JDRF Southwest Ohio, with the leadership of honoree Dan Schimberg, raised nearly $1.5M at the annual JDRF Cincinnatian of the Year Gala.
Successfully Planning for Retirement
For most of us, climbing a mountain can be just as intimidating as planning and achieving our financial goals in order to ensure the comfortable retirement that we’re looking for.
How to Secure Your Legacy Through Endowment Funds
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.
The C-Suite Award honors our region’s leading chief executive officers; chairmen; chief operating, information, marketing and financial officers and other C-level executives.
A quick internet search reveals hair thinning and hair loss impacts men and women alike, although the statistics neglect to mention that people who suffer from this lose so much more than hair. Hair loss is an enormous emotional blow that negatively impacts quality of life.
This year marks the 11th annual Hats Off Luncheon presented by Cincinnati Parks Foundation and the Women’s Committee of Smale Riverfront Park. Proceeds support preservation and programming initiatives for future generations to enjoy.
Across the nation, the concept of Centers of Excellence is fast becoming the norm, especially in the Greater Cincinnati area. During the past two years, The Christ Hospital has partnered with more than 100 local and national employers on a range of COE programs, surpassing all other healthcare networks.
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Communities function best when members contribute from their overflow of talents and resources. Scott D. Phillips, member-in-charge of the West Chester office of Frost Brown Todd law firm, couldn’t agree more. Phillips shares that philosophy with many of his colleagues at Frost Brown Todd. “I would say, as the leader of this office, the expectation is that everyone is involved in giving back to the community in some way.”
Yesterday morning I woke up in one of those crazy sorts of sweats. I felt like a gummy bear. It’s the kind that makes your hair frizzy. Like you were in a rainstorm while you were sleeping.
Assistive Equipment Turns Possibility Into Reality
“Those who invest in our residents are helping them reach their fullest potential,” Merritt says. “Gifts made to the St. Joseph Home Possibility Fund help us provide the various resources that are available through technology and skilled therapies, making possibility a reality for our residents. Without the generosity of the broader community, our residents would not have the opportunity to access and learn how to utilize this new and transforming technology.”
Through Programs for Children, Teenagers and Adults
For 150 years, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) has launched the careers of countless performing and media artists. The world-class training isn’t only available to the next generation of virtuosos, though. CCM provides an array of programs for arts enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels.
50 Recognized Leading Nonprofits in the Tri-State Area
VonLehman CPA & Advisory Firm is proud to partner with LEAD Cincinnati on this special supplement recognizing 50 top nonprofit organizations throughout Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.
Jon Sanchez, former US Navy Seal, Corporate Leader turned entrepreneur, shares how discipline, time of flux and safety nets are important in your career and life.
With funding in part from the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati and the Milton and Frances Schloss Special Needs and Services Department, the Mayerson JCC’s inclusion programs have changed the world for kids like Bryce that suffer from the challenges of ADHD
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.
(And will you admit it when you find out you are wrong?)
Oh my god … Old Spice is right. I put down my sword. Happily defeated. Old Spice is right. I am wrong. The issue? Recycling.
Rising Above Cancer-Related Fatigue
Have you ever felt so tired that you couldn’t even muster the energy to pull up your socks? That’s one description of chronic cancer-related fatigue, a tiredness so profound it is often one of the most troubling cancer symptoms and side effects of treatment.
HONORing the Life Lessons of West Side Story
Tony. Maria. Bernardo. Anita. The Jets versus the Sharks. Hate versus love. Accepting others regardless of race, skin color, religion or personal beliefs. Now, with Karen Kilgore at the helm of the upcoming ROYAL Theatre Company (Regional Ohio Young Actors League, formerly the Children’s Theatre of Mason) production of “West Side Story,” you can add HONOR to the list of abiding themes running through this timeless musical.
6 Investment Truths That Won’t Change
We are currently living in a world with a lot of changes and uncertainty. We often find in a time like this, the best question to ask is what won’t change ... these six truths give us a way to stay sane by focusing on fundamental truths regardless of the environment.
The C-Suite Award honors our region’s leading chief executive officers; chairmen; chief operating, information, marketing and financial officers and other C-level executives. The criteria for the C-Suite Award is based on the individual’s invaluable contributions to their organization and our region as well as his/her personal leadership characteristics that cultivate a thriving and progressive community.
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Hamilton County experiences an average of 4,191 new invasive cancer cases each year, and sadly 1,668 deaths occurred here each year as a result between 2008-2012. When it comes to cancer, there's no such thing as doing too much to combat the disease.
The Cincinnati Art Museum is hosting an exquisite exhibition, “Tiffany Glass: Painting with Color and Light,” that focuses on the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios.
Graydon law firm looks to shape culture by designing an environment that reflects their values.
Growth needs room, and in today’s technology-dependent world, data storage is more crucial than office space. Tegile System’s leading-edge data-storage solutions enable clients to accelerate their applications, speeding up how fast they can run an entire business.
Greater Cincinnati has a variety of home and garden businesses to help you refresh your space this spring. Whether you need design services to revamp an outdated kitchen, a one-of-a-kind home decor item or a home theater system to trick out your man cave or she shed, these local and national companies will set you on your perfectly paved path.
Planning your retirement and understanding financial markets can be daunting tasks for some people. It requires a professional team to help you attain your goals.
You have just been diagnosed with cancer. Before you can wrap your head around your new, frightening reality, your treatment journey begins. A good place to start might be to step back, take a deep breath and remember: it’s your cancer. Your journey. You have choices when it comes to selecting a cancer treatment/care provider. At OHC (Oncology Hematology Care, Inc.), they provide access for every patient when they need it most, no matter what time, no matter the issue, no matter what day.
“When a young child is diagnosed with diabetes it is a very maturing event for both the child and the parents,” says Dan Schimberg.
How Women Are Shaping the Modern Ballet Experience
Cincinnati Ballet’s Kaplan New Works Series has found solid footing, standing out as a highly anticipated annual offering for the past 11 years. “This is an experience people don’t want to miss,” says Victoria Morgan, artistic director and CEO, of the unique series. “Every year for the last five years, we have focused on featuring one series with all female choreographers, and this year it is the New Works series, April 20-30, which concludes our 2016-2017 offerings and my 20th season with Cincinnati Ballet.”
Are you hosting a business meeting for 10 or a conference for more than 2,000, or anything in between? Are you looking to host it in a serene and picturesque setting, surrounded by a beautiful, award-winning, Arnold Palmer-designed golf course? “The Oasis Conference Center is true to the name as we are an oasis that provides tranquility to the everyday, mundane corporate environment while only minutes from I-275,” says Wayne McDonough, the facility’s general manager. “ ‘Absolutely’ is our motto and our response to special requests.”
Kristie Sheanshang of www.Flairconfidence.com podcasts Patty Brisben, Founder and Chairwoman of Pure Romance about empowering women, including her consultants, cancer survivors and those with pain disorders. Patty has channeled corporate profits to fund female sexuality research, that is helping people world wide.
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 Christ Hospital, Orthopaedic Surgeon
Retired Ophthamologists Volunteer to Operate Free Vision Clinics for Cincinnati’s Underserved
Some of Cincinnati’s poorest have never seen a doctor of any kind, much less an eye doctor. And those suffering from chronic illnesses like diabetes may not realize their eyesight can often be damaged by the disease.
Good Samaritan Hospital Orthopaedic Center of Excellence, Medical Director
A local icon with a national reputation for excellence, the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza hotel is one of the world’s finest examples of French Art Deco design. The hotel, which opened in 1931, has stood the test of time through generations. Today, it retains the same intricate original details while offering updated modern touches to delight first-time guests and seasoned travelers alike.
Crossroad Health Center, Medical Director
Tri-State Centers for Sight, Ophthalmologist
Lauren Chesley is a contributor to LEAD Cincinnati, Venue Magazine and Make it Better, is writing her first book and blogging along the way about the journey of being "unapologetically you" post-50 at http://www.stuffoflifeblog.com
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Associate Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics
Mercy Health, Interventional Radiologist
CinciCares Home Care and Infusion Services, Owner/CEO
If you think it’s the steaks that make Jeff Ruby’s restaurants so successful, guess again. It’s actually a combination of family, relationships, values, community giveback and hometown pride. These are the secret ingredients that make every restaurant in the Jeff Ruby Culinary Entertainment group so successful.
It was an interior designer’s dream: A clean-slate remodel of a living, dining and outdoor area for a young couple’s Indian Hill home. The space consisted of approximately 3,000- to 4,000- square feet in an architecturally clean, contemporary home with painted white brick walls and spacious floor-to-ceiling windows.
Dr. Janice B. Walker served as Xavier University’s Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences for 17 years. In October 2016, Dr. Walker assumed the role of Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at the school.
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.