Mooney-Bullock’s own interest in the environment sparked at a young age and was fueled by her family, her faith and lots of time outside.
Author: Shauna Steigerwald
Rudderless to taking the helm: John Earls’ journey with Prospect House
When he entered Prospect House in 1995, John Earls felt rudderless. He’s come a long way since then. So far, in fact, that he recently took the helm of the East Price Hill-based residential drug and alcohol treatment center.
Tragic loss, and help she received, led to life of volunteering
National Philanthropy Day Volunteer of the Year Stacey Meyer knows about childhood grief firsthand: At age 9, she lost her mother to suicide.
Marie Krulewitch-Browne takes on the BLINK parade
“The BLINK parade is unlike any other parade Cincinnati has. It is truly an art parade. It will feel like a magical nighttime performance,” said Krulewitch-Browne. This year’s theme: “Together: a constellation of shared cultures and unique identities; we illuminate joy through creative expression.”
Interact for Health CEO Kate Schroder takes on health equity
This ‘relentless optimist’ grew up with ethic of helping people.
Throughout her career in healthcare, Kate Schroder has seen “unacceptable disparities” in health equity at the global level.
Kroger’s Sunny Parr says ‘our food system needs breaking’
“There is enough food production, but people are hungry. That’s the absurdity.” To address it, she sees the need to do things differently.
More to come for Fischer, Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank
“Don’t randomly click links online unless you’re prepared for your whole life to change,” joked Megan Fischer, CEO and founder of Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank. She’s qualified to offer the advice, considering that’s exactly what happened to her.
Lorena Molina: Life, Changing Art Leads To Life-Changing Art
Lorena Molina may not be from the Midwest, but the Midwest has had a profound impact on her art. She is one of 23 artists whose work will be on display in “The Regional.”
Rosemary and Mark Schlachter: 2021 Philanthropists of the Year
Giving is ‘part of who they are’ Rosemary and Mark Schlachter fell in love with the arts at an early age. That shared interest led them to each other – and planted the seed for their philanthropic efforts. Today, they…
‘Simply Brilliant’ ’60s and ’70s artist-designed jewelry
A break from the family business and a trip to Europe led Kim Klosterman to begin what would become one of the world’s most important private collections of 1960s and 1970s fine jewelry.