The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is bringing a training program to the south side of the region aimed at getting more women appointed and elected to office.
Tag: Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce
NKY chamber recognizes Tilmes
The volunteer leader of Northern Kentucky’s signature public affairs program has received the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s community award.
NKY adds to leadership programs
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce has developed a third leadership program aimed at helping local companies retain workers.
NKY chamber names 8 nonprofits as finalists in three award categories
Seven nonprofits in Northern Kentucky were named finalists by the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce as part of its annual awards program recognizing long-standing organizations, “cool places to work” and ones embracing diversity and inclusion.
First Financial grants $16K in opening NKY headquarters
First Financial celebrated opening a new Northern Kentucky headquarters by donating $16,000 to several locally based nonprofits.
Two NKY leaders honored
Laura Menge and Mark Guilfoyle will receive one of the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s highest honors.
NKY chamber hires DEI strategist
Ashleigh DuBois started with the chamber as Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion on Jan. 10.
NKY organizations welcoming and fundraising for Afghan evacuees
The Northern Kentucky of Chamber of Commerce, RefugeeConnect, Kentucky Refugee Ministries and Horizon Community Funds of NKY are partnering in a community effort to provide resources and connections to the Afghan evacuees to ensure NKY provides a welcoming home for those who have been relocated.
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Names in the News – An occasional update about people on the move within the Greater Cincinnati nonprofit ecosystem
Get Out the Vax weekends coming in April and May
Regional businesses, community partners and health leaders from both sides of the river gathered at Smale Riverfront Park this week to launch a region-wide movement to vaccinate 80% of those eligible (age 16+) by the Fourth of July