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Cincy Chat

What:
Cincy Chat, HYPE (Harnessing Young Professional Energy) speaker series, gives young professionals access to the region’s top leaders, movers and shakers in an unplugged format.

This next event will feature Katie Meyer, executive director, Renaissance Covington and author of Walking Cincinnati, Shawntee Stallworth-Schramm, president, Westwood Civic Association and co-owner of Muse Café and Kevin Wright, executive director, Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation. Come meet them on Dec. 5. Kristen Baker, senior program officer, LISC of Greater Cincinnati will moderate.
When:
12/5/2017
Where:
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
3 E. 4th Street
Suite 200
Cincinnati, OH 45202-3728
Contact Info:
Customer Focus Center
(513) 579-3111
Quantity Function Details Price My
Price
11:30 AM  -  1:00 PM    Cincy Chat - Up and Coming Hot Neighborhoods
Gold $0
Member $35
Non-Member $50
$0



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One is an author and specializes on focusing on arts and culture to enhance social and economic vibrancy. One, a former journalist, is now a leader in community development, economic and real estate development finance/planning, and creative placemaking. One is community activist, owner and entrepreneur of Muse Café. All three are making an impact on the revitalization of their neighborhoods --Covington, Walnut Hills and Westwood as well as the Cincinnati region. Come meet them on Dec. 5. 

Kristen Baker, senior program officer, LISC of Greater Cincinnati will moderate.


Katie MeyerKatie Meyer is the Executive Director of Renaissance Covington, Inc. a non-profit whose mission is to socially and economically activate downtown Covington. Renaissance Covington has built their reputation in creative placemaking, business recruitment, and downtown events. This year, Renaissance Covington was honored with the Great American Main Street Award by Main Street America.

Katie is the co-author of “Walking Cincinnati: 32 tours exploring historic neighborhoods, stunning riverfront quarters, and hidden treasures in the Queen City,” which was published in 2015. She is currently working with co-author Danny Korman on a second edition to be released in 2018.

Katie serves on the board of the Covington Business Council, NKY Fairness, and Be Concerned. In 2017 Katie was named the Emerging Leader in the Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky awards.


Shawntee Schramm Shawnteé Stallworth Schramm is acting President of the Westwood Civic Association, community activist, owner and entrepreneur of Muse Café. With a background in graphic design Shawnteé has worked briefly in the industry and utilizes her art background and design skills as a co-owner of new restaurant Muse Café. Muse is in the heart of Westwoods' historical business district and acts as an anchoring business for the district. Shawnteé has had a passion for cooking and talent for creating healthy, delicious meals at home. She has taken that passion to the professional realm and is responsible for the menu at Ludlow Tavern in Kentucky and Muse Café in Westwood.


Kevin WrightKevin Wright is a leader in community development, economic and real estate development finance/planning, and creative placemaking. He has been Executive Director of the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation (WHRF) since 2011 where he has led a team in using creative approaches to get sustainable results in the neighborhood's historic commercial corridor. Kevin has led teams in the creation and implementation of dozens of projects ranging from small creative placemaking activities to multi-million dollar real estate deals.

Kevin serves locally on the Board of The Community Development Corporations Association of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati Business Districts United, is a member of the Urban Land Institute and was recently named to the 40 under 40 list by The Cincinnati Business Courier.

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