Rosemary’s Babies overcome a slew of challenges to purchase a North Avondale home to provide shelter and services for teen parent families.
Top nonprofit taps second CPS leader
A leading Greater Cincinnati nonprofit has tapped its second Cincinnati Public Schools’ leader in three months to help run the organization.
Lower Price Hill nonprofits merging
Community Matters and its sister organization, Education Matters, have agreed to merge into a single, comprehensive nonprofit under the existing Community Matters name and brand.
Kuhns gets Urban League CEO role
The Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio’s board appointed Christie Kuhns as its new president and CEO. Kuhns was named interim president and CEO in January. After a national search, ULGSO announced Christie Kuhns as its permanent president and CEO…
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.
5 groups pilot program to end ‘cliffs’
Easterseals, Talbert House, Dress for Success CIncinnati, the Cincinnati-Hamilton County Community Action Agency and the Urban League of Southwestern Ohio have won a state grant to create a pilot program aimed at ending the “benefits cliff” many under-employed women face.
bi3 CEO Jill Miller invests in reducing barriers to care
You can’t have a conversation in Greater Cincinnati about health equity without including bi3, a philanthropic initiative created by Jill Miller, president and CEO of Bethesda Inc., the nonprofit foundation partner of TriHealth, one of the region’s largest health care providers.
Third year of civic engagement program seeks applicants
City Council Bootcamp, the signature program of 3-year-old Cincinnati nonprofit Action Tank, returns for its third year.
Familiar face takes over at Flywheel
The board of the Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub, a social impact accelerator located in Over-The-Rhine, named Laura Randall-Tepe its new executive director.
Prominent Black leaders unite to launch hub for community change
A group of prominent young Cincinnati area Black leaders is launching a new initiative — called the TABLE — to bring more aid to the region’s Black community.