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Eddie Morales

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What do you do in your new position at CR Architecture + Design?
I'm responsible for managing, designing and implementing project designs and documentation for the firm's hospitality division. As part of my role, I am responsible for working with the client and project staff to fully complete the design process and take it from initial concept into the built environment.

What do you like best about this job?
The ability to lead others and further my passion for detailing and design. I also enjoy being able to mentor others in the field of detailing and documentation.
    
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?
I enjoy the bigger city atmosphere, combined with a more rural feel. I especially like that, within a few minutes from downtown, you can be practically in the country.

What neighborhood do you live in and what do you like about living there? 
Cincinnati, Anderson Township. I enjoy living in Anderson, because it is close enough to downtown and has a great school system.

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Job Title: Leader
Company: CR Architecture + Design
College: , Hesston College – Hesston, KS; Kansas State University – Manhattan, KS, Hospitality – Architectural planning, design and documentation


Justin Hall

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What do you do in your new position at Roadtrippers?
Add to or repair the web app at Roadtrippers.com. Primarily, that means programming in Ruby or Javascript. I also get to use a suite of neat tools for testing, monitoring and collaborating.
 
What do you like best about this job?
The culture balances a fun, positive, connected atmosphere with being totally focused on the quality and experience of the project. It’s evident in the product. 
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?
There’s so much going on here! The restaurants are better, the shops are bigger, there are museums, a zoo and several of my favorite music venues.
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live?
I live in Hyde Park area. I’ve really enjoyed the snow and Christmas decorations on all the gorgeous homes. When it warms up, I’m really looking forward to exploring the area on foot and checking out the local coffee and art spots.

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Job Title: Web Developer
Company: Roadtrippers
College: University of Kentucky, Computer Science and Mathematics, Lexington, KY


Warren Harrison

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What do you do in your new position at Topic Design?
Architect and develop websites and interactive applications 

What do you like best about this job?
Thinking and problem-solving has always been my sweet spot. I get to do that all day at Topic. 

What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?
I’ve lived in Cincinnati for 30 years and I can honestly say there’s no better time to live and work here. Cost of living is fairly low compared to other cities and there is always plenty to do after work. I love been able to walk or cycle everywhere as well.

What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live?
Mount Lookout, which is also very walkable. It’s quiet but only 15 minutes from downtown.

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Job Title: Senior Developer
Company: Topic Design Group
College: University of Cincinnati, CCM, Music Composition 


Chase Blowers

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What do you do in your new position at The National Exemplar?
I’m responsible for the creative direction of the menu at The National Exemplar, as well as managing all aspects of the restaurant, including staff and general operations. My biggest responsibility is making sure each guest has a positive experience at The National Exemplar, from the moment they walk through the door until they walk out.

What do you like best about this job?
This is one of the best jobs anyone can have. I love cooking—the creative aspect, as well as the regimented order. Cooking is a great way to influence the lives of guests in the restaurant, as well as the people you work with. It’s a chance to teach and learn at the same time. There’s a great staff here, so being able to spend time with people I like and cook food at the same time isn’t so bad.
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
Seeing the city change and grow has been exciting. I remember coming downtown often for music lessons as a kid and it was a ghost town after 5 p.m. The influence of small businesses, restaurants and generous citizens throughout this city has been really great and exciting to see.
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I live in Mt. Washington, and really enjoy the proximity to all parts of the area. It’s a quick drive Downtown, to Northern Kentucky, Hyde Park or Mariemont. It’s a great neighborhood and easy to get anywhere I want or need to go. It’s also a great neighborhood to raise a family.

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Job Title: Executive Chef, Culinary Operating Partner, General Manager
Company: The National Exemplar
College: Baldwin Wallace College (Now Baldwin Wallace University), Berea, Ohio; University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music, Cincinnati, Ohio, Percussion Performance – Jazz


Brian Carley

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Carley named President and CEO of Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber

Cincinnati native set to assume role on March 1, brings extensive business experience to position

The Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber announced today that Brian Carley will become President and CEO in early March, succeeding Ellen van der Horst. Carley is currently completing his role as a partner at Deloitte and has a 37-year accounting, audit and consulting career. He presently leads the firm's audit practice in Northeast Ohio.

The announcement was made by 2013 Chamber Board Chair Kay Geiger. Geiger said that Carley will assume his role at the country's fifth largest chamber on March 1, 2014, when van der Horst ends an eight-year tenure. Melvin J. Gravely II, incoming Board Chair, headed the search committee that selected Carley from more than 70 candidates. Carley met the chamber staff just before the public announcement.

"Having the chance to return to Greater Cincinnati and help guide the region through the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead was too good to pass up," Carley said.

"I won't be doing it alone. The Chamber is fortunate to have a talented staff, dedicated board, and invested community partners who are focused on the Chamber's primary mission: 'capturing our place as one of the world's favorite American business centers'. It's that type of collaboration that I will be depending on to continue the undeniable momentum that both the Chamber and the region have."

Geiger, President of PNC Bank said: "Brian is a dynamic leader who is committed to building on the Chamber's strong foundation of success at a pivotal time in our region's history. During his time away these last seven years, he has remained connected to our community and understands the landscape and opportunities for our future. His portfolio of experience and collaborative leadership approach will position us to capitalize on the renaissance underway."

"Brian's business acumen speaks for itself, but when we combined that experience with his ability to forge alliances and his passion for this region, he was the ideal candidate," said Gravely, President & CEO of TriVersity Construction.

Gravely added that Carley was also sought after for his significant past commitments to the Cincinnati community over his career. He has served on the boards of the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Cincinnati Museum Center, Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation, Thomas More College, College of Mt. St. Joseph and the advisory council to Miami University's Farmer School of Business. Additionally, Carley is more than familiar with the chamber's work, having served as Treasurer for the Board's Executive Committee from 1999-2005.

Carley has offered up several priorities as he starts his tenure at the chamber:
  • Encouraging continued collaboration between community partners and investors in the Cincinnati USA Partnership, the Chamber's economic development arm, so that the region accelerates its ability to add, retain and grow jobs
  • Continuing the Chamber's central role in advocacy for business interests at the local, state and federal levels
  • Maintaining the Chamber's contributions to talent attraction and development
  • Guaranteeing high levels of service and programs that contribute to the success of Chamber member businesses
Born in Chicago, Carley paid for his college tuition at the University of Illinois by selling books door-to-door. Upon his graduation in 1976, he began his career with Arthur Andersen's Chicago office. Three years later, he transferred to their Cincinnati office, making partner in 1986. He became a Cincinnati office managing partner in 1997 while also overseeing the firm's global aviation industry practice.

In 2002, he moved to Deloitte's Cincinnati office, where as a partner he concentrated on audit services to a wide variety of regional companies. Asked to lead the firm's audit efforts of a large Cleveland company, he moved to that market in 2006, eventually heading up the firm's audit practice there.

Carley is married with four grown children. Three of his children call Cincinnati home. He enjoys spending time with his family and has remained a Bengals season ticket holder for the last 25 years.


Job Title: President & CEO
Company:
College: University of Illinois, Chicago, IL


Ryan Parsley

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What do you do in your new position at Rockfish Interactive?
Front-end development on various content management systems.

What do you like best about this job?
Agency life is a new beat for me. It’s awesome to be surrounded by so many super smart peers.

What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?  
It’s great to be back in the area to raise my daughter near her grandparents.

What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live?  
I live in Hamilton. It’s a nice compromise of living near family and work.

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Job Title: Senior Developer
Company:
College: Miami University, BFA Graphic Design, Oxford, OH


Colin Flynn

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What do you do in your new position at Differential?
Fifty percent of my time I am leading a new community program called Differential Connect. Differential Connect educates and places developers into the many available startup jobs in Cincinnati. Our team has found we have a vast network of talented individuals we have worked with in the past, and I know personally (as a startup founder) how hard it is to find developers to help you build out your product. We wanted to help fill that void by connecting the two parties. We aren’t trying to fill any specific jobs; we just want to build relationships with as much technical talent as we can, so that the whole Cincinnati community can benefit. If there are any technical people who want to talk about their career path and how they can work with startups, I can be reached at [email protected]

The other 50 percent of my time is spent as a web developer building web applications for clients. We are building applications on the Meteor javascript framework. 
 
What do you like best about this job?
As with any job you really like, it's all about the people you work with. I have known the founders of Differential for a few years and knew that one day I would end up working with them. They are the type of people you want to surround yourself with.  
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?
Cincinnati is a very accessible and hardworking town. Most people in town, regardless of their title, are willing to take a meeting with you. 
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I have actually lived in three parts of Cincinnati:

1. I grew up in Mt. Airy and went to high school at Lasalle. 

2. After college and a brief stint in northeastern Pennsylvania (I was working for Procter & Gamble), my wife and I moved to Columbia-Tusculum. We loved the architecture of the homes and how it felt like a San Francisco neighborhood.

3. My startup company, Canopi, took us up to Detroit for a few months, and when we moved back, we moved into The Banks apartments. I love all the food and entertainment at my doorstep, as well as the freedom to walk to work everyday. My wife and I actually sold one of our cars because we could walk so many places. 

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Job Title: Partner
Company: Differential
College: , Christian Brothers University - Memphis, TN Indiana University - Online (Bloomington, IN), Electrical Engineering


Brooke Behnfeldt

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Brooke Behnfeldt has been named Partner at GBBN Architects. The Louisville native began her career with GBBN in 1997 after earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Design from the University of Cincinnati. As senior interior designer, her current projects include St. Elizabeth Heart and Vascular Institute, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and Miami University. 

Brooke leads the design process, engaging the entire planning team, promoting communication and collaboration. She currently manages the firm's interior design group, mentoring junior designers and assisting in their professional development. 

Brooke and her husband, Dan, live in Madisonville and have four sons: Finn, Maddox, Rowan and Theo. 

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Job Title: Partner
Company: GBBN Architects
College: , University of Cincinnati, Bachelor of Science degree in Interior Desig, Cincinnati, OH


John Enright

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Mercy Health, which provides quality care with compassion in your neighborhood through its network of care, announces that it has named John Enright executive director of Mercy Health—The Heart Institute.

Enright joins Mercy Health from New York Hospital Queens, where he has served as vice-president of Cardiovascular Services since January of 2005. In this role, Enright developed and grew the hospital’s cardiovascular service line. His accomplishments include: 

   • implementing improved organizational, service line and IT structures 
   • establishing a cardiac imaging center 
   • coordinating a 25,000 square foot expansion project 
   • participating in the development and implementation of an outpatient cardiac arrhythmia center 
   • developing an outreach plan to reach the underserved and new geographic areas 
   • overseeing a shift from a contracted services arrangement to an employed physician and staff model 

Prior to his work at New York Hospital Queens, Enright was the vice-president for the Heart and Vascular Institute at Alegent Health in Omaha for four years. He was responsible for four metropolitan-area cardiovascular programs in an eight-hospital system, including two tertiary level sites and 14 outreach clinics. 

Enright has also served in the following roles: 
   • Cardiovascular Service Line Administrator for Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation in Memphis, Tennessee 
   • Administrator of the Heart Center at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
   • Administrator of Cardiac Services at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield, Massachusetts 
   • Assistant Administrator at Rockingham Memorial Hospital in Bellows Falls, Vermont 

Enright holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Bryant College in North Smithfield, Rhode Island and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services Administration from Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Connecticut. 

“On behalf of the talented team at Mercy Health – The Heart Institute, I welcome John Enright to our ministry,” said Pat Davis-Hagens, Market VP Clinical Operations & Chief Nursing Officer for Mercy Health and former Operations Executive of The Heart Institute. “His deep experience in developing and growing cardiac service lines and outreach programs meshes not only with Mercy Health’s mission but also with The Heart Institute’s model of providing top quality care in convenient locations throughout Cincinnati.” 

Patients with heart disease often have complex needs. Mercy Health – The Heart Institute , part of Mercy Health’s network of care, provides patients with cutting-edge technology to both diagnose and treat heart disease. Whether a patient needs a non-invasive technique, interventional procedure, vein therapy or surgery, The Heart Institute’s team is committed to providing the highest quality care. The Heart Institute’s unique care approach follows the patient into good health by providing the appropriate rehabilitation, outpatient follow-up and education about how to stay healthy and prevent further complications. 

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Job Title: Executive Director
Company: Mercy Health, The Heart Institute
College: , Master’s degree in Business Administration from Bryant College in North Smithfield, Rhode Island and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Services Administration from Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Connecticut


Merrilee Luke Ebbeler

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What do you do in your new position at Gaslight?
I handle the day to day operations of the [design and development] business.
 
What do you like best about this job?
It is a very relaxed and creative environment that reminds me of places I worked in San Francisco.

What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
It’s a very livable city. That sounds so boring and generic until you really think about it. If a normal non-millionaire wants to open a coffee shop, they can feasibly open a coffee shop. If you really want to build a public skate park, you can build a public a skate park. If you want to open a nonprofit art space, it’s so much easier and doable in Cincinnati. I know people who have done all of these things in just my neighborhood alone, and the list could go on and on. You can’t say that about Brooklyn, or Portland.  

What part of town do you live in and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I live in Northside. I love it because people are interesting, friendly and warm, and everyone lives there for the same reason and is working together to make it a wonderful place to live. I don’t feel that in any other neighborhood in the city.

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Job Title: Office Manager
Company: Gaslight
College: , The Art Academy of Cincinnati, Photography, Cincinnati, OH


Alan Audette

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What do you do in your new position at Gaslight?
Build great software for cool clients.

What do you like best about this job?
I get to work on important projects with really smart people.
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
Cincinnati is a very vibrant city with lots of big things happening, especially in the technology space. It's also a great place to raise a family.
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
Delhi. Its quiet enough to catch some rest, and has lots of space for my kids to play.

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Job Title: Developer
Company: Gaslight
College: University of Cincinnati, Finance / International Business, Cincinnati, OH


Sean Davis

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What do you do in your new position at Topic Design Group?
Developer. Work closely with designers and other developers to create unique and innovative web applications.

What do you like best about this job?
That I get to wear T-shirts to work. Also, there are windows in this office. But more seriously, I love that the job is treated as entrepreneurial—that I'm presented with business problems and am given freedom to create solutions I believe would work best. I also love working closely with other developers, as I believe it leads to more powerful solutions, while at the same time helping all become better developers.

What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
I love that working at Topic directly connects me to the historic OTR neighborhood. It's great to be a part of this community and the Clifton community (where I live) as they continue to develop and continue to become even better places to live and work.

What do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live?
I live in Clifton, north of Ludlow. The best part about Clifton is that virtually every necessary amenity is within walking distance. It's a true walkable community filled with friendly neighbors who care and work to make the community a great place to live.

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Job Title: Developer
Company: Topic Design Group
College: University of Cincinnati, B.S. from University of Cincinnati in Civil Engineering and a minor in Mathematics, Cincinnati, OH


Bob Thelen

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Bob Thelen, Production Director at Deskey, has been constantly drawing since art school, leading him to a storied background in production art. He’s worked on everything from Hasbro to Procter & Gample, and still gets a thrill seeing his work on the store shelf. He’s a self-taught carpenter and stained-glass maker, as well as loving to spend time tinkering outdoors. “I like to take things apart, see how they work,” says Thelen, “then put them back together.”

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Job Title: Production Director
Company: Deskey
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Benjamin Thoerner

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Benjamin Thoerner, Designer at Deskey, finds his design inspiration in the craft of vintage Volkswagens. “I like their looks, but there’s a driving experience behind the wheel that doesn’t compare to newer cars,” Thoerner says. He started working with Deskey on a freelance basis, but his skills and attitude quickly made it clear that they needed to bring him into the fold. He’s worked on brands such as Titleist golf balls, and he’s a big Reds fan.

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Job Title: Designer
Company: Deskey
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Katy Crossen

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Al. Neyer has hired Katy Crossen to join its Cincinnati staff as Marketing Manager. 

In her new role, Crossen will be responsible for the company’s comprehensive marketing, communications and public relations efforts. 

“Katy is an essential addition to the Al. Neyer team,” says Jim Neyer, Executive Vice President. “She comes to us with an impressive background in marketing, public relations and social media.” 

Prior to joining Al. Neyer, Crossen served as Director of Public Relations and Strategy at Powers Agency, where she oversaw the agency’s work with traditional media and brand influencers. She has a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the University of Kentucky and lives in Over-the-Rhine. She is a member of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber WE Lead Class 7 (2012-2013) and was nominated for the Business Courier’s Forty Under 40 Award in 2011.

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Job Title: Marketing Manager
Company: Al. Neyer
College: University of Kentucky, Journalism, Lexington, KY


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