YWCA selects 57 YP women as Rising Stars

YWCA Greater Cincinnati has chosen 57 young women for its 2016 class of Rising Stars. The YWCA Academy of Career Women of Achievement created the program in 2002 to mentor and support women ages 25-40 in their pursuit of career excellence.

The group includes:

  • Kelley Adcock, evaluation and research associate, Interact for Health
  • Ray Ball, social and digital media strategist, owner, BallR Media
  • Desiré Bennett, advocacy manager, YWCA Greater Cincinnati
  • Tiffany L. Best, graduate medical education program manager, The Jewish Hospital-Mercy Health
  • Emily Bevis, senior leasing representative, Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate
  • Marian Black, project manager, Kids’ Club Ministry, Crossroads Community Church
  • Melissa Bradley, vice president, BBO sales manager, U.S. Bank
  • Sara E. Brockert, virtual construction manager, Messer Construction Co.
  • Aleia Brown, visiting curator/professor, Michigan State University Museum/Michigan State University
  • Rebecca Bryson, real estate banking underwriter, PNC Bank
  • Melanie Buford, career coach/adjunct instructor, University of Cincinnati
  • Lindsay Bujnoch, marketing communications manager, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
  • LaCrea Burns, consumer and market knowledge/North America sales data strategy manager, Procter & Gamble
  • Karen Clemons, principal, St. Bernard Elementary School
  • Elizabeth Corbett, CFP, ChFC, CLU, partner, financial advisor, Focus On Success
  • Lindsay J. Culter, senior marketing manager brand strategy, The Kroger Co.
  • Erin Curry, CREW reproductive physiologist, Center for Conservation and Research of Endangered Wildlife, Zoological Society of Cincinnati
  • Annette Michelle DiTommaso, financial adviser, Merrill Lynch
  • Amanda Dixon, events and development specialist, Patty Brisben Foundation
  • Megan Duy, vice president of operations, PLK Communities
  • Sharon Eddingfield, Certified Public Accountant, Whitmer & Co. CPAs
  • Tiffany Evans, attorney and guardian ad litem, Keating, Muething & Klekamp
  • Elaine Fay, community and government relations coordinator, Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
  • Molly Flanagan, manager, U.S. government relations, Procter & Gamble
  • Eileen Marie Franer, section head research and development, Procter & Gamble
  • Carolyn Gorman, SVP, home lending segment risk officer, Huntington Bank
  • Britney Hamberg, vice president marketing, River Cities Capital Funds
  • Amy Henry, creative services manager, Western & Southern Financial Group
  • Shannon Isaacs, major gifts officer, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
  • Stephanie Jenkins, director of business operations, 84.51
  • Jennifer Johnson, law clerk, United States District Court
  • Valerie Jones, lead environmental planner, WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • Nicole LeeAnn Kneflin, registered nurse, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Young Koepke, researcher, Seed Strategy Inc.
  • Jordan Kremm, division grocery merchandiser, Kroger
  • Jenise Lee, electronic payments supervisor, Fifth Third Bank
  • Jill Miller, president, Bethesda Inc.
  • Ashley Moffatt, production underwriting specialist, Great American Insurance Co.
  • Allison Morin, clinical informatics manager, Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  • Andrea Newman, corporate recruiter, Cincom Systems
  • Amanda Neyer, marketing specialist, Neyer Properties
  • Amy Okin, management supervisor, Northlich LLC
  • Meriden Peters, program officer, Interact for Health
  • Lindsay Pullins, director of programmatic media, Empower MediaMarketing
  • Daniyel Roper, nurse practitioner, White Stone Psychiatric & Addiction Services
  • Jessica Rothgeb, fund controller, Phillips Edison & Co.
  • Maria Sammy, food contact regulatory analyst, Michelman Inc.
  • Darcy Schwass, senior account executive, Vehr Communications
  • Jessica R. Shely, owner/creative director, Green Pasture Designs; marketing manager, Best Upon Request
  • Marissa Olivia Staples, project coordinator, The Voice of Your Customer
  • Rachel Strasinger, director of grants administration, YWCA Greater Cincinnati
  • Dana Thomas, category manager, hair care and hair Color, The Kroger Co.
  • Lanaire Timcke, senior scientist, oral care research and development, P&G
  • Diana Victoriano, human resource manager, The Kroger Co.
  • Lauren Weisbrodt, director, client leadership, Empower MediaMarketing
  • Corrine Witherspoon, program coordinator, multicultural affairs, University of Cincinnati
  • Helen Yen, section head, research and development, Procter & Gamble

Information: ywcacincinnati.org

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