Outside her window, it was a perfect Cincinnati summer afternoon. The Reds were winning; Fountain Square was filled with office workers and families taking advantage of a humidity-free day; and down the street, the valet line was full outside two hotels as visitors arrived for the weekend.
Fifty-five individuals, representing a variety of businesses, will constitute Class 41 of Leadership Cincinnati, the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s leadership development program.
For four evenings in the middle of October, downtown Cincinnati and Over-the-Rhine will be lit up in ways none of us have ever seen before. But it is not just light, it’s light as art – the premise behind and the promise of BLINK. It appears we should get ready to think about light, and about our city, in a whole new way.
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber wants not-for-profits, entrepreneurs, business champions and individuals to submit their region-changing ideas by July 31 for the Leadership Action program.
The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, with support from the Area Board of Realtors and the Health Collaborative, will offer Building Cultural Competence, a new program for leaders, beginning May 9.
Participants will get an opportunity to grow their networks across cultures and communities during the Stir! Multicultural Networking Reception. There will be no long speeches, no rubber chicken dinner – just drinks, hot bites and cool conversation.