Over the last five years, the telecom field has been transformed by the convergence of IT and telecommunications. By closely monitoring the rapidly changing environment, ATC has been able to stay ahead of the game.
I never imagined a next chapter. I never envisioned there would be another box. Another wedding. Another moment when I could love and be loved so deeply. I never imagined a moment when I knew everything seemed right.
Kathy Beechem - Retired Executive Vice-President from US Bank and is currently a pastor and the Multi-Site Director at Crossroads Community Church (www.crossroads.net). She shares how God's purposes can get done anywhere!
After 20 years in business, the Manor House is the perfect host for Greater Cincinnati events. With a standard of excellence, the family-owned business is a part of The Knot’s “Hall of Fame” and has received numerous other awards.
Cincinnati’s oldest and largest general practice law firm is making changes. Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP, founded in 1871, is moving its downtown office of 50 years at Fifth Third Tower on Fountain Square to Scripps Center at Third and Walnut streets and unveiling a new logo and website in October. But to stand out in a saturated industry, the law firm has taken a different approach to marketing itself.
Life is not black and white, and neither is the vibrant artwork of painter Megan Triantafillou, who won the William Duebber Artist Award for this year’s “Art Comes Alive” contest. Triantafillou’s mesmerizing paintings were enough to draw us in for a closer look and she revealed some of the deeper purpose behind her abstractions.
Innovation in technology helps make doing business more efficient and can help create new industries. Although consumers and companies might get lost in the excitement of potential, experts at RiskSOURCE Clark-Theders keep an eye on the downside of innovative technology.
The Christian Village at Mason is a faith-based retirement living community with a huge heart not only for its residents but also for its employees. In fact, the former Mason Christian Village was named one of Enquirer Media’s Top Workplaces for 2016. That is an honor for this caring community.
Cincinnati, OH, October 5, 2016 – Adventist Outreach Ministries Food Pantry will be hosting its Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Friday, October 21, 2016 at 11am. This event is open to the public. It is located at 725 Whittier Street, Cincinnati, OH 45229. Food cans are welcome at this celebration!
The historic Renaissance Cincinnati Downtown Hotel is the perfect venue for your dream wedding and the events that make it a special occasion. Caring professionals will tailor the planning for guest accommodations, ceremony details, rehearsal dinner, reception, after-party events and cover every detail.
It’s Greater Cincinnati’s only 55,000-square-foot indoor aquatic adventure, and it’s attached to the Ramada Plaza in Sharonville. But you don’t have to book a night at the hotel in order to enjoy all SPLASH Cincinnati has to offer.
The Cincinnati Art Museum presents “Van Gogh: Into the Undergrowth,” a stunning exhibition of paintings from October 15-January 8. The show will present 25 works, nine of which are by Vincent Van Gogh.
As part of CPS’ My Tomorrow initiative, digital learning is equipping students with the skills to compete at every level, including job competition, working in teams and getting ready to live and work successfully in a digital world. But to make sure the technology fits in with the district’s goals, CPS is focusing on the curriculum and the teachers’ professional development.
One of the great things about being Jewish is the high holidays. Specifically the Jewish New Year.The way I see it, if your hopes, dreams and resolutions didn’t quite happen January 1st…we get another “stab” at it nine months later when the Jewish calendar dictates the date of Rosh Hashanah…the Jewish New Year. Actually quite brilliant.
If you are a 21st century business, success is all about speed. Change quickly with technology or get left behind. The good news? If you don’t have the on-staff multidisciplinary experience to implement the latest private and public cloud infrastructure and meet the accompanying challenges, take heart: RoundTower Technologies does.
Investing hard-earned savings can be a daunting process filled with anxiety for many households, especially when planning for retirement, the kids’ college educations or both. The same feelings can also describe choosing a firm to handle a family’s financial future in an often volatile market.
When looking for help, Josh Deeter, the president of Deeter Advisory Group, suggests counting the number of times you want to meet face-to-face with your advisor and doing research to get a clear overview of the firm.
Vernovis is a boutique staffing firm that connects high demand accounting, finance and technology talent with leading companies. It has experienced remarkable growth since its founding eight years ago. And therein lies a story instructive for dealing with the requirements of the 21st century workplace that emphasize life balance, professional freedom and relationship building.
Since they were young children, Angela Sampson and Jaime Bistrow have always had a camera in their hands. Both women have a true passion for photography. It was a negative experience at Jaime’s own wedding, however, that sparked the birth of AJ Studio.
Since its inception, Morphick has maintained a consistent vision to protect organizations from cyber attacks by providing advanced threat detection and response services that are tailored for each customer’s specific needs.
LEAD Magazine and CHACO are proud to present the Leading Influencers of West Chester and Liberty Township.
We wish to thank the Executive Committee of the West Chester Liberty Chamber Alliance for their assistance in the selection process.
West Chester and Liberty Township are enjoying tremendous growth that is helping to fuel the development of the I-75 corridor. There is a thriving business community, top-shelf medical facilities, excellent schools, a variety of entertainment options and engaged civic and non-profit organizations. They are all part of the reason we are proud to call West Chester and Liberty Township home.
Without the leaders and key influencers that are introduced to you on the following pages, it would be difficult to enjoy the quality of life we experience each day. Just as important as the past accomplishments of our community and business leaders is their vision for the future.
Off stage, Cincinnati’s Boo Radley can be seen masquerading as IT executives, attorneys, psychologists and marketing consultants. When the members of the band are not behind desks at Cincinnati Insurance or Fifth Third Bank, they’re likely to be practicing in a garage or on stage covering classic and alternative rock hits around the city.
It’s not just another golf outing. Teeing Off For Sight, the Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation’s annual fundraiser, netted more than $30,000 this year, and that money will help underwrite three current free eye clinics and one new one slated to open in August.
Dr. Wendy LeBorgne is a sought after voice pathologist, speaker, author, and master-class clinician regarding vocal wellness and vocal athletes. She wants to ensure your voice matches your body, which is especially important before you walk into a board room or behind a podium. She spent the morning with Kristie Sheanshang of Flair (www.Flairconfidence.com) to share how your voice makes a strong first impression.
Close to Ault Park, three beautiful houses sit on 1.3 acres, capping a tree-lined, dead-end street. Built in 2015 by Sterling Homes, a local custom builder, the houses are just an example of a rise in Greater Cincinnati’s infill market – taking unused, underused or dilapidated lots in an existing neighborhood and revitalizing it with newer homes or structures.
Tracy Ruberg, executive director of The Circuit, has been passionate about technology for as long as she can remember. “I’m excited to have the opportunity to use my years of technology experience to make a difference in the marketplace for businesses, schools and organizations,” says Ruberg. Ruberg believes The Circuit will continue to be a vital resource for the region.
The importance of technology for businesses is greater than ever before. However, technology alone is not enough. Without technological advancement, you risk losing a possible advantage over your competition. Worse yet, you run the risk of that competition widening the competitive advantage gap.
Event proceeds benefit the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation
Jordan Dalton, wife of Cincinnati Bengals Pro Bowl quarterback Andy Dalton, will host her annual Bunco Tournament at the Transept on Thursday, October 13. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, which seeks to provide opportunities, support and resources to seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families in the Greater Cincinnati area through programs like the Pass It On Fund.
With more than 150 members, The Circuit is Greater Cincinnati’s non-profit information technology association. The organization’s goal is to deliver education and informational programs, enable members to connect and foster collaboration. Members come from higher education, public, private and nonprofit organizations, IT solution and service providers, corporate IT departments and solo entrepreneurs.
When Jacki Purcell took an internship position with Northwestern Mutual – Orlando in 2010, she knew she was starting a job where she would help people build wealth, protect their wealth, plan and pursue their passions. What she didn’t know was she was starting a career where she had the ability to change a community.
The Southwest Ohio Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI-SWOH) hopes to welcome many new faces to its current 1,100-member fold with an expected 15.7 million new project management roles to be created across seven project-intensive industries through 2020.
Too many women are afraid to speak up about important health concerns, especially on the topic of their sexual health. Somi Javaid, MD, a Cincinnati board-certified OBGYN specialist and sexual medicine expert, wants to empower women and start the conversation.
Being the Jewish mother that I am—I seriously didn’t want my 19 year old son (also the baby of the family) to drive 14 hours alone. Better he should fly to soccer pre-camp in New Hampshire. Better that I drive his car and meet him in Amherst.
When Klepak’s daughter, Brittany Adams, saw the post about the makeover contest, she nominated her mother right away. Her entry focused on Klepak’s dedication to being a mother despite her own loss. “She’s always putting everyone’s needs and feelings ahead of her own. She’s been a single, independent mother to myself, my brother and my sister all our lives. She is a true inspiration in my life and to her grandchildren.”
A few days before her 49th birthday on August 9, 2011, Lesli Custis was diagnosed with breast cancer. She quit her job and focused on researching and finding treatments. Dr. Ward laid out treatment options and suggested pursuing new treatments through clinical trials.
I am cherishing these final days of summer. I actually think it’s the best time of year to be at home…to cook, to have friends over, to just hang and enjoy the cooler last summer nights. Homegrown tomatoes, peaches…everything is just so yummy this time of year. This all inspires me to cook and entertain.
Are you concerned about how to manage your organization’s health IT privacy and security needs? Leaving these concerns unaddressed can lead to adverse consequences for your organization or your clients. The Health Collaborative can help.
People want to be in Cincinnati because it is a cultured and diverse destination for residents and visitors. From Over-the-Rhine to the downtown riverfront, there is a friendly and walkable cityscape waiting to be discovered.
City Gospel Mission has played a large role in alleviating poverty in Greater Cincinnati for many years. In 2012, JobsPlus Employment Network joined with them to unite their missions to serve the community as they aim to “break the cycle of poverty and despair … one life at a time.”
Brent Degenhardt, president of City Wide Maintenance of Cincinnati, has recently been inducted into the Leadership Northern Kentucky (LNK) Class of 2017 by Impact Northern Kentucky, a nonprofit of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.
Mary Miller, CEO of JANCOA Janitorial Services, a certified WBE that is family owned and operated. You may also recognize the Dream Manager program, which Mary and her husband created and was made popular by Matthew Kelly's bestselling book of the same title. Mary is also an Associate Coach with Strategic Coach working with entrepreneurs at quarterly workshops in Chicago, and on a number of philanthropic boards.
A Starbucks Java Caramel Brulee Frappuccino Grande, a warmed Toffee Doodle cookie and a cheese danish croissant … all scrumptious, but too many bites might wreak havoc with your stomach. So it goes with portfolio diversification. Too much diversification and there goes your portfolio, leaving you with a bad case of diworsification.
Owning and operating a small business isn’t easy, but Hoffman & Albers Interiors continues to grow. The company is celebrating its 23rd anniversary as one of Cincinnati’s premier interior design resources.
Is it ever easy to say goodbye, no matter how old your children are? Sometimes I am the first to admit I wish they would take their stuff and their mess and go… I am sick of looking at their moldy Tupperware in the refrigerator! But, I am not talking about temporary visits on school breaks. I am talking about when they leave. When they really leave. When they really say goodbye. It is the grown up version of how I felt when I dropped them at overnight summer camp for the first time. That feeling of “when will I get the first letter?” No matter how old my kids get (or how old I get), saying goodbye is simply damn hard.
For nearly 20 years, Professional Radiology, Inc. (PRI) has been a leading diagnostic and interventional private practice radiology group, pioneering innovative, cutting-edge technology with a focus on personalized, quality service.
Tom Daskalakis serves as interim chief administrative officer for UC Health’s West Chester Hospital. Daskalakis values creativity and collaboration, especially from a community partnership perspective and the hospitals new maternity unit is an outstanding outcome of that.
One of eight women will get breast cancer in their lifetime. At least 15 to 20 percent of these women will have genetic or heredofamilial breast cancer. What if we can use gene editing to eliminate breast cancers?
The city’s childhood poverty rate is more than twice the national average of 21.7 percent. Almost half of all of our kids in Cincinnati – 45.5 percent – live at or below the poverty level. However, a unique and innovative high school – DePaul Cristo Rey (DPCR) – has set out to change that statistic, and with the help of some notable companies, they are doing it one student at a time.
Dilly has been a Mariemont neighborhood gem since it opened 34 years ago. Owner Chuck Warinner is excited to reveal the bistro, bar & bottle shop’s recent renovation, Dilly’s first major facelift since 1996.
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.
“We want to change the way people think about the way they think,” says Ryan Wynett, learning lab specialist at the “Open Your Mind: Understanding Implicit Bias” exhibit at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
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.