YWCA prepares 39 ‘Rising Stars’

YWCA Rising Stars 2016

YWCA Rising Stars 2016

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Thirty-nine young women have completed YWCA Greater Cincinnati’s 2016 Rising Star Leadership Program. Graduates are included in a YWCA registry that local organizations can use to select qualified candidates for their boards.

Created by the YWCA Academy of Career Women of Achievement, the YWCA Rising Star program supports career women ages 25 to 40.

513-241-7090 or ywcacincinnati.org


The 2016 Rising Star Leadership Program graduates are:

Angela Aull, registered nurse, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Rachel Bartels, senior project manager, TriVersity Construction

Melissa Bertke, director, internal audit-life and DI lines, Ohio National Financial Services

Jill Billington, floral promotional planner, The Kroger Co.

Caitlin Crusham, reading branch manager, Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County

Katie Denlinger, manager, Deloitte Consulting

Carrie Dettmer Slye, associate attorney, Baker Hostetler

Jessica Dipre, vice president and legal counsel, Fifth Third Bank

Kirstin Eismin, development specialist, Springer School and Center

Shavonne Ford, section head, Oral Care Research & Development, Procter & Gamble

Leigh Anne Gage, account vice president, UBS Financial Services

Lucy Gross, assistant vice president /underwriter-corporate and institutional banking, PNC Bank

Shannon Hemsink, development director-people, marketing and systems, Neyra Industries

Sarah Huber, corporate labor manager, The Kroger Co.

Tiffanie Jones, associate manager-talent assessment, Macy’s

Katie Klaeren, senior associate,  Frost Brown Todd

Frances Kroner, executive chef, partner and founder, Sleepy Bee Cafe, Random Snacks of Kindness

Allison Leidy, art director, Madison Design

Tamiko Ware Mauldin, human resources recruiter, Jack Casino

Adoria Maxberry, officer, HC sourcing and portfolio consultant, Fifth Third Bank

Chris Meyers, lead domestic violence case manager coordinator, YWCA Greater Cincinnati

Megan Moglia, vice president-client solutions/loyalty, 84.51°

Kyra D. Murphy, regional performance manager, U.S. Bank

Kate Rechtsteiner, client leadership director, Empower Media Marketing

Julie Redfern, director-credit service support, Macy’s Credit & Customer Service

Ashley Reuter, digital e-commerce operations-Cincinnati/Dayton Division, The Kroger Co.

Stephanie Robertson, associate director-US brand operations, Procter & Gamble

Joia Spooner-Fleming, research and development section head, Procter & Gamble

Cassidy Staver, architect, GBBN Architects

Christen Steimle, associate attorney, Dinsmore & Shohl

Robyn Steiner Lamont, program director, Refugee Connect (a project of the Junior League)

Tamara Thrasher, service learning trainer, Society of St. Vincent de Paul

Julie Tomlinson, underwriting manager, Great American Insurance Group

Susan Visconte, vice president-client solutions, 84.51°

Courtney Walton, ministry therapist, WhiteStone Psychiatric and Addiction Services

Ashley White, digital ecommerce operations-Cincinnati/Dayton Division, The Kroger Co.

Melissa Wideman, vice president-community relations, Castellini Management Co.

Kim L. Wright, operations manager, U.S. Bank

Yimin Xie, controller, Kroger Personal Finance, The Kroger Co.

2 comments for “YWCA prepares 39 ‘Rising Stars’

  1. July 20, 2016 at 11:35 am

    Thank you! Someone has already reached out to us for board candidates from our registry! We really appreciate this.

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