Eight Cincinnati-area women who have contributed greatly to entrepreneurship, the private sector and the public sector are winners of this year’s YWCA Greater Cincinnati’s Career Women of Achievement award.
It wasn’t just passion that spurred Susan (Pavlech) Hunt to form the nonprofit, GiveHope. There was a lot of panic in the beginning. And the feeling there was nothing she could do—that is, until she discovered her “a-ha!” moment.
Even music fans accustomed to the MusicNOW Festival’s self-described “genre-bending” mix of classical, rock, world music and other far-flung styles may find their heads spinning over this year’s March 18-20 festival lineup.
By Kim Sullivan Some say it’s all about that face – the honoree, the committee chair – all about those well-placed names other people will flock to see. A face everybody knows, the face everyone would like on their board.…
It’s not an exaggeration to say that over the 147-year history of the Art Academy of Cincinnati, hundreds of students have found their other half while attending the Art Academy. Even one of the AAC’s most distinguished alumni, Charley Harper, met his wife, Edie, at the Art Academy, “in the same class, in the same row.”
It would be easy to look at Jill Meyer and Awadagin Pratt and see two Cincinnatis. Meyer is small and blond and business. Pratt is big and dreadlocked and music. But the two see the interdependence of those two worlds. Pratt and Meyer know you cannot have strong arts without significant support from business and that you cannot attract and retain talented people to work in the region without vibrant arts.