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Jenna Martini

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What do you do in your new position CR Architecture + Design?
Designing/Modeling housing projects for Miami University
 
What do you like best about this job?
My team members and our ability to maintain a positive work environment daily throughout the completion of all projects
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
My entire family is here

What part of town do you live in and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
Newport—the riverfront view

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Job Title: Designer
Company: CR Architecture + Design
College: University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY - Miami University, Oxford, OH, Architecture


Peggy Casey

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What do you do in your new position at NKY Tri-ED?
Manage NKY Tri-ED’s marketing program and lead efforts to attract informatics, office, R&D and service-related economic development projects to Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties.
 
What do you like best about this job?
I love that I have the opportunity to promote our beautiful Northern Kentucky region locally, nationally and internationally. It is exciting to be part of the NKY Tri-ED team, and I look forward to working with them to help retain and expand existing companies, attract new businesses, and support the startups and entrepreneurs in our region.
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky?
The regional spirit that exists in Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati makes it the perfect place to live, work and thrive! Despite the mighty Ohio River and numerous jurisdictional boundaries, our business, government, education and community leaders are committed to working collaboratively to ensure our region continues to grow and remains strong, productive and vibrant. 
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live?
I live in the City of Erlanger, which is conveniently located off of I-71/75 and I-275. We love that we are just minutes from CVG and downtown Cincinnati, but what we appreciate most is that Erlanger is a great place to raise our family. Our children attend St. Henry School, which is just a few blocks away, and I can’t imagine living anywhere else!

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Job Title: Vice President, Marketing & Informatics/Office Projects
Company: Northern Kentucky Tri-ED
College: Northern Kentucky University, Speech Communication, Highland Heights, KY


Jeff Weckbach

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What do you do in your new position at the Hamilton County Office of Budget and Strategic Initiatives?
I work with various county departments to monitor and forecast their budgets over the course of the fiscal year. I also work with staff to develop budget savings and ensure they have adequate appropriations to meet service delivery needs.
 
What do you like best about this job?
Working in this field provides an individual with an opportunity to serve the public and to ensure that they are receiving the maximum quality of service for the taxes they pay. There is also a level of variety in this job that would not be found in similar private sector positions. 
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?
Cincinnati is a unique city unlike any other I have been to. This area boasts unique regional delicacies such as goetta and Cincinnati-style chili. It also has cultural amenities such as the Museum Center, Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati Art Museum, Music Hall, and many more. It also has a vibrant Riverfront with excellent parks found in various neighborhood pockets. It is hard to not have something to do on any weekend in Cincinnati.
 
What part of town do you live in and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I currently live in Alexandria. What sets Alexandria apart is the access to urban amenities and the pleasantries of country life. 

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Job Title: Budget Analyst 2
Company: Hamilton County Office of Budget and Strategic Initiatives
College: , Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL - Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY, NIU – Master of Public Administration, emphasis in Local Government Administration NKU – Majors: Political Science, Economics, Criminal Justice, Philosphy; Minors: Public Administration, Geography


Jennifer Sand

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Northern Kentucky Tri-ED Welcomes Jennifer Sand

Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) announced that Jennifer Sand has joined the organization as Sr. Director, Marketing & Informatics/Office Projects.
 
“We look forward to Jenny’s contributions, primarily in directing Northern Kentucky Tri-ED’s marketing efforts, working with new and existing high-tech informatics-based companies in concert with our many local, regional and state allies," said Dan Tobergte, President and CEO of Northern Kentucky Tri-ED. 
 
Sand’s career spans both the private and public sectors. Most recently, she led the home office at Home Care by Black Stone in Cincinnati, with responsibility for government affairs and strategic partnerships, in addition to managing the marketing department. Sand also has extensive experience as District Director and Constituent Liaison in former Congressman Geoff Davis’ office in Ft. Mitchell, Ky. A native of Northern Kentucky, Sand obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Albion College in Albion, Michigan. Sand also has held leadership roles in LEGACY, Northern Kentucky’s young professional organization, and several other professional organizations.
 
“Jenny brings solid experience in marketing and communications as well as project-management skills to Northern Kentucky Tri-ED to market Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties for primary industry investment," Tobergte said. "These will be an asset to Northern Kentucky Tri-ED as we promote the region across the United States and the globe as an attractive place to do busines."

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Job Title: Sr. Director, Marketing & Informatics/Office Projects
Company: Northern Kentucky Tri-ED
College: Albion College, Bachelor of Arts, Albion, MI


Dr. Rebecca Porterfield

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Geoffrey S. Mearns, president of Northern Kentucky University, announced that Dr. Rebecca I. Porterfield has been named dean of the NKU Haile/US Bank College of Business. Dr. Porterfield currently serves as graduate associate dean of the University of North Carolina Wilmington Cameron School of Business. She will begin at NKU on July 1. 

“We look forward to having Rebecca lead our college of business,” said Sue Ott Rowlands, NKU provost and executive vice president for academic affairs. “She brings expertise and leadership that will help us to build upon the strengths of our excellent academic programs and to achieve our vision of transdisciplinary education at every level and across the university.” 

As dean of business, Porterfield will lead a college of four departments—accounting, finance and business law; construction management; management; and marketing, economics and sports business. The college enrolls 1,900 undergraduate majors and 214 graduate students taught by 70 full-time and part-time faculty members. The college is AACSB accredited and offers 10 bachelor’s degrees, including unique programs in entrepreneurship, sports business, and construction management. Master’s degrees are offered in business administration, accountancy, and executive leadership and organizational change. 

“This is an exciting time to be joining the Haile/US Bank College of Business,” Porterfield said. “Under the leadership of President Mearns and Provost Ott Rowlands, NKU is poised to sustain the momentum it has gained over the past decade. The college of business is an integral part of the Greater Cincinnati business community, and I look forward to building on existing relationships and establishing new ones.” 

Mearns said Porterfield brings experience at virtually every level of a college of business. “She started as an assistant professor at UNC Wilmington and methodically moved up in its Cameron School of Business, learning to manage a large academic organization at every level,” Mearns said. “We are pleased to welcome her—the future of the Haile/US Bank College of Business has never been brighter.” 

Porterfield has served as graduate associate dean of the UNC Wilmington Cameron School of Business since January. In her current role, she oversees the school’s graduate programs, international programs, outreach centers, and marketing and communications. She previously served in a number of roles within the school, including undergraduate associate dean, director of international programs and director of assessment, associate vice chancellor of academic affairs, associate dean, department chair, MBA director, associate professor, and assistant professor. 

During her tenure at UNC Wilmington, she has co-founded the first dual undergraduate degree program in the nation; initiated and founded a mentoring program with former Fortune 100 executives; created a concierge service for the school’s top 25 employers; developed and expanded online programs for departments across the university; and restructured the MBA program, resulting in a dramatic increase in completion rates. She was an honorary fellow at the University of Applied Sciences in Bremen, Germany, in 2006, and was named UNCW Global Citizen of the Year in 2008. 

Her teaching areas include both graduate and undergraduate classes in international management, global strategy, and strategic management. She has directed more than 150 professional MBA graduate team practica. In 2004, she was the inaugural recipient of the UNCW Alumni Outstanding Faculty Member award. Porterfield previously served as assistant professor at Hofstra University and Mississippi State University. 

Porterfield earned a B.S. in Management and an MBA in Management from Mississippi State University, a Ph.D. in Industrial Management from Clemson University, and a Management and Leadership in Education (MLE) certificate from Harvard University. 

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Job Title: Dean of the NKU Haile/US Bank College of Business
Company: Northern Kentucky University
College: B.S. in Management and an MBA in Management from Mississippi State University, a Ph.D. in Industrial Management from Clemson University, and a Management and Leadership in Education (MLE) certificate from Harvard University


Spencer Egart

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What do you do in your new position at Roadtrippers?
I’m working on the Android application for Roadtrippers. This involves programming and testing the application, fixing any bugs that pop up and implementing new features. I’m currently the only Android developer, though I work closely with the iOS developers.  
 
What do you like best about this job?
The best part about my new job is the work environment. I work with a lot of extremely talented and passionate people, and the energy here is just fantastic. Though I’ve only been here a couple weeks, I already feel like a part of the team.
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?
Downtown Cincinnati has some of the best places to eat that I’ve ever been to. From Findlay Market to the dozens of awesome restaurants down Vine Street, there’s no better place to get a bite to eat.
 
What part of town do you live in and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live?
I live in Ft. Mitchell, Ky., off Buttermilk Pike. I like being right next to the interstate because it cuts a good chunk of time off my drive.

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Job Title: Android Developer
Company: Roadtrippers
College: Northern Kentucky University, Computer Science, Highland Heights, KY


Julio Clark

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What do you do in your new position at CR Architecture + Design?
Electrical Design
 
What do you like best about this job?
My co-workers
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
What I like about living in Cincinnati is the cheap real estate prices.
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I live in Covington. I do enjoy being close to everything.

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Job Title: Electrical Designer (MEP)
Company: CR Architecture + Design
College: University of Cincinnati, Electrical Engineering, Cincinnati, OH


Dave Starke

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What do you do in your new position at Gaslight?
Primarily Ruby/Rails and some front-end work.
 
What do you like best about this job?
Working with very knowledgable people in an amazing atmosphere.
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
It’s where I was born and raised, so its what I am used to. The tech scene seems to be growing, so that is a great thing!
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live?
I actually live across the river in Burlington, KY. I like the fact that it's close to the city, but relaxing and quiet. 

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Job Title: Developer
Company: Gaslight
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Julie Kirkpatrick

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What do you do in your new position at meetNKY?
Collaborate, collaborate, collaborate. … I lead a sales and promotions team to attract and retain meetings and visitors into the Northern Kentucky area.
 
What do you like best about this job?
I love representing what is exciting and vibrant about NKY as well as building some regional and national noise about our area. As a leader, it is awesome to work with such a motivated and passionate team. 
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati?
It is such a great region with all the friendly attitude of the Midwest and true hospitality of the South. I am excited to see Newport, Ky. join the famous Bourbon Trail and the rebirth of great brewing in the city of Cincinnati at many new 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 Fort Thomas … one of the most unique small towns in NKY. I love our sense of community and place but the incredible five-minute access to downtown Cincinnati. 

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Job Title: Director, Convention Sales
Company: Northern Kentucky Convention & Visitors Bureau
College: , University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. | Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, Ky., UK-Biology, NKY-Organizational Leadership


Claudia Cerchiara

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What do you do in your new position at BHDP Architecture?
I am the client contact for multiple relationships within our retail division. I am also responsible for the quality of our projects and for identifying and developing key talent within our team.
 
What do you like best about this job?
The challenge of finding, developing and maintaining client relationships, and also teaching our team how to provide the best service to our clients.
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
I love Cincinnati because it is a great city to live in and has great cultural assets, from museums to opera, our own Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Ballet, broadway shows and national sport teams. There is a little bit of everything for everybody.
It is also close, either by car or airplane, to a number of great destinations; you can be there in no time.
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I live in Ludlow, Ky., right across the river, and 10 minutes from work. I am a “city girl” that also needs to be surrounded by nature, and I found the perfect place.

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Job Title: Retail Client Leader
Company: BHDP Architecture
College: , Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Architecture and City Planning, Argentina


Jason Ayers

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What do you do in your new position at Hub+Weber Architects?
I will be handling the accounting, payroll, marketing and general day-to-day operations. 
 
What do you like best about this job?
The atmosphere is very creative and open. We do serious work but don’t take ourselves too seriously. And there is sense of teamwork that runs through everything we do here. It’s amazing to get to be a part of that.  
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
The history and culture. Covington is full of events promoting the community. Between Renaissance Covington, the Awesome Collective, Center for Great Neighborhoods and other groups, there is a reinvention happening. And a lot of the work we do at Hub+Weber is helping to give the historic buildings the attention they deserve.  
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I am in the process of buying a house in Newport. I love the neighborhood feel. There is a real sense of community.

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Job Title: Office Manager
Company: Hub + Weber Architects
College: Indiana University, Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY, IU: Political Science | NKY: MBA, Bloomington, IN


Tony Roderick

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What do you do in your new position at Thomas More College?
Through fundraising and development programs, I serve the growth and advancement needs of Thomas More College.
 
What do you like best about this job?
The daily opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of our students, alumni, faculty and staff … which then positively impacts the overall/greater community.
 
What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
The Greater Cincinnati community offers everything you could want, i.e. quality education, arts, entertainment, health care, sports, affordable housing, employment opportunities, etc.!
 
What part of town do you live in, and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
I live in Wilder, KY. Northern Kentucky is an outstanding community that is centrally located and accessible to everything that the Tri-State has to offer.

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Job Title: Director of Development
Company: Thomas More College
College: , Northern Kentucky University, Highland Heights, KY Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, NKU – double major of Management and Marketing - BS degree; Xavier – MBA with a finance concentration


Sean Redden

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What do you do in your new position at Grandview Tavern & Grill?
Manage day-to-day culinary operations, menu development, inventory, ordering of food and supplies, food and labor cost control, and event planning for off-site catering events.

What do you like best about this job?
I’m excited about getting back into the restaurant scene after a few years in aviation catering. It’s an independently owned restaurant, which allows a chef to showcase his or her vision and allows autonomy and freedom in menu development. While Grandview is an established, well-respected dining option already, there is always room to improve and ensure great dining experiences for our guests. The concept is the best of both worlds, in my opinion. The bar and cocktail areas are lively and inviting with great gastro pub-style offerings, while the dining rooms are subdued with white tablecloths and professional service. 

What's great about living/working in Cincinnati? 
There is nowhere better to raise a family than in Cincinnati and its surrounding suburbs. The revitalization of the city’s core is exciting, and is revitalizing both the city and the culinary scene. We’re a big league city with a small town feel. It’s more likely for strangers to have three degrees of separation, as opposed to the six degrees usually referenced. People are good to each other, and sometimes polite to a fault. It is a great time to be a Cincinnatian.

What part of town do you live in and what do you most like about the neighborhood in which you live? 
My wife and I live in Madeira with our two children. I attended Madeira High School, and we always knew that we wanted to return when we could. The schools are excellent, with teachers and administrators who truly care about the students, and the residents look out for each other. We are insulated from most of the drawbacks of living in a metropolitan area, but are a short drive from the city’s core when we want to have a night out. Madeira is known as “The Bubble” amongst its residents, and many who leave after high school often find themselves back to raise their families.

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Job Title: Executive Chef
Company: Grandview Tavern & Grill
College: Xavier University, University of Cincinnati, History / Secondary Education / Graduate Studies, Cincinnati, OH


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