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    January 10, 2017

    C-Change welcomes Class 12

    C-ChangeC-Change, a HYPE (Harnessing Young Professional Energy) program, announced that 56 young leaders representing 56 regional businesses will participate in Class 12. Since 2006, the year-long leadership development program, has connected more than 600 young professionals to each other and the community. An opening reception for C-Change Class 12 is Wednesday, January 18, 4-7 p.m., at the Cincinnati Chamber’s 3 East Fourth Street Learning Center.

    “The Cincinnati Chamber is committed to expanding the region’s talent base through attraction, development and connection,” said Jill Meyer, president & CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. “C-Change develops the leadership skills of young talent by connecting them, meaningfully, with resources, community leaders and other young professionals.”

    “C-Change participants grow their leadership skills through community projects,” added Julie Bernzott, HYPE programs leader. In doing so, they make a positive impact on the Cincinnati region.” In 2016, C-Change participants supported HOME, a Thanksgiving weekend showcase of Cincinnati’s great food, drink, music, art and shopping.

    C-Change Class 12

    Scott Allison, Topic Design, Inc.
    Emily Bae, Ohio National Financial Services
    Aaron Bernay, Frost Brown Todd LLC
    Brian Borcherding, Messer Construction Co.
    Lauren Bosse, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
    Megan Cooper, Infoverity
    Stefan Cornelis, GBBN Architects
    Kristy Davis, UC Health
    Sara-Kate DeBord, Paycor Inc.
    Tom Demeropolis, Cincinnati Business Courier
    Rachel Doellman, Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired
    Barrett Evans, Macy's, Inc.
    Daniel Feldmann, Fifth Third Bank Cincinnati
    Aurore Fournier, People's Liberty
    Chuck Haddox, Best Upon Request Corporate, Inc.
    Madeline Hedges, First National Bank
    Adam Hemmer, Paul Hemmer Company
    Andria Humpert, 84.51°
    Katie Kaminski, Convergys Corporation
    Jessica Kathman, Cincinnati Bell Business
    Mindy Kershner, Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Intl. Airport
    Bridget Klare, The Kroger Co.
    Daniel Knecht, Graydon Head & Ritchey LLP
    Steven Kohler, VonLehman & Company Inc.
    Emily Lang, School Outfitters
    Lacey Luxon Assurex Health
    Chad Maggard, Johnson Investment Counsel Inc.
    Nikki Marksberry, emersion DESIGNSarah McManus, Cincinnati Parks Foundation
    Megan Meyer, Port of Greater Cincinnati Development Authority
    Jeremy Michael, Al. Neyer
    Miranda Millard, MORTAR Cincinnati
    Aaron Motley, American Heart Association
    Nadirah Mutala, P & G
    Roy Nickerson, BoldLeap Leadership & Strategy
    Jason Nickles, Western & Southern Financial Group
    Jason Palmer, Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L.
    Victor Parker, HM Insurance Group
    Carrie Pastor, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
    Shane Price, Ingage Partners, LLC
    Victoria Pulido, Nielsen
    Tina Raley-Charlot, The E.W. Scripps Co.
    Brian Reisert, Cincinnati Insurance Company
    Josh Ruth, The Huntington National Bank
    Brett Sanders, Xavier University
    Kevin Schmit, Total Quality Logistics Inc.
    Brieanne Sheehan, University of Cincinnati
    Jay Shifman, Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation
    Amber Smith, YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
    Blake Smith, Cladwell
    Kaila Statt, PNC Bank
    Andrew Suszko, BHDP Architecture
    Elena Terán, Thrive Impact Sourcing
    Annette Tice, EY
    T.J. White, Center for Local Government
    John Yung, Urban Fast Forward

    About HYPE 

    HYPE (Harnessing Young Professional Energy) is a robust platform designed to ensure the Cincinnati region remains a top destination for young professionals to live and work. Produced by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, HYPE offers programs, events and resources to engage, develop and retain young talent. For more information, visit HYPE is presented by PNC Bank and sponsored by Xavier University Williams College of Business and 4EG. The YMCA is a HYPE Community Partner and the Cincinnati Enquirer is HYPE’s Media Partner.

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