John Bosse is the Vice President of Membership. A long-time Chamber employee, he has held several roles in the membership division throughout his career. Born in Cincinnati, he is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati. Prior to joining the Chamber, Bosse spent 17 years with Delhi Flower & Gardens Centers as Store & Operations Manager. John actively participates with the American Chamber of Commerce Executives, Saint Ursula Academy, St. Xavier High School and State Certified SAY Soccer Referee. He is married to wife Patty, and they have two children, Ashley and JP.
Brendon Cull is Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, with responsibility for operations and strategic initiatives aimed at growing the vibrancy and economic prosperity of the Cincinnati USA region. Before coming to the Chamber, he was responsible for coordinating Kroger’s federal and state government relations and advocacy efforts, leading the company’s political action committee and working with non-governmental organizations, trade associations and external stakeholders. He served as legislative director and press secretary for Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken from 2000-05. Cull serves on the government relations committees of the Food Marketing Institute and the National Retail Federation in Washington, D.C. Locally, he serves on the boards of the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority, and the Mercantile Library. He is a graduate of Leadership Cincinnati Class 36, and was named to the Cincinnati Business Courier’s Forty Under 40 list in 2014. The Columbus, Ohio native holds a bachelor’s degree from Xavier University and lives in Clifton with his wife and daughter.
Jason Kershner is Vice President of the Chamber’s Government Affairs division. An experienced government relations professional having served in the Government Affairs Department of the Chamber for six years, Kershner previously worked in Washington, D.C. for former U.S. Senator George Voinovich. A graduate of UC and C-Change Class 7, Jason is originally from Kettering, Ohio.
Jenni Larkins is Vice President of Finance. A certified public accountant, Larkins oversees Cincinnati Chamber finance and accounting operations and works with the CEO and COO on overall organizational goals and performance. She has served as the Cincinnati Chamber’s director of Finance and Accounting since 2013. Prior to joining the Cincinnati Chamber, Larkins served in finance and accounting roles at OneSight, Clark Schaefer, Hackett & Co. and Deloitte. She earned a Master of Science degree in taxation and a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from the University of Cincinnati. Larkins is a member of the Ohio Society of CPAs, the American Institute of CPAs and has volunteered for the Council on Aging audit committee. Larkins lives in North Bend with her husband Andy and their two children.
Darrin Redus is Vice President of the Chamber's Minority Business Accelerator. He has a national reputation as thought leader and practitioner in inclusion-based entrepreneurship and economic development. Darrin holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Baldwin-Wallace College, and over the past 25 years has led numerous national workshops, seminars and business forums on matters of economic development, entrepreneurship and inclusion. He is Founder, and former President & CEO of MainStreet Inclusion Advisors, LLC. Darrin also served as Chief Economic Inclusion Officer for JumpStart Inc., and is Founder and CEO of Redus Small Business Advisors.
Mary Stagaman is Senior Inclusion Advisor for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. Mary is responsible for ensuring that the Chamber models inclusiveness and regional thinking in everything it does. Previously, Mary served as Executive Director of Agenda 360, a regional action plan, where she led the development of Diverse by Design, a groundbreaking regional initiative to increase the diversity of our workforce and grow inclusion in the region. Prior to joining the Chamber in 2010, Mary was the top marketing officer at the University of Cincinnati. She serves on the boards of United Way, ArtsWave, the Health Collaborative, Ensemble Theatre and the Corporation for Findlay Market.
Jordan Vogel is Vice President of Talent Initiatives, with responsibility for talent attraction and retention efforts and for the Chamber’s leadership programs, key parts of the Chamber's strategic plan to expand the region’s talent base. Prior to his work at the Chamber, Vogel was with Cintrifuse, where he served as director of entrepreneurial ecosystem. Vogel is a member of the American Jewish Committee’s Lazarus Awards committee, the Northern Kentucky University Research Foundation Board of Directors, the bioLOGIC Lifesciences Incubator Board of Directors and Northern Kentucky University’s Center for Applied Informatics Advisory Board. Additionally, he is a member of the Flywheel Social Enterprise Hub Advisory Council and ArtsWave Sustaining Impact Grant committee.