Cincy Next Announces Class 4
Chamber program develops early career professionals
CINCINNATI – April 4, 2017
–Cincy Next has announced Class 4, its 2017 class. The program is part of the
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber’s Harnessing Young Professional Energy
initiative (HYPE), and is designed for early career professionals (ages approximately 22-30) seeking the meaningful
growth needed to advance both professionally and personally. 42
participants will begin an eight-month program, Wednesday.
Next is a Cincinnati Chamber program to gather bright young professionals, inspire
passion and ignite action to grow our next generation of dreamers, doers,
innovators and makers,” said Jill P.
Meyer, president and CEO of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.
“Cincy Next will engage Class 4, in meaningful ways, with business leaders and
with each other,” said Jordan Vogel,
vice president of Talent Initiatives for the Cincinnati Chamber. “Growing and
strengthening networking and leadership skills is an investment in our young
professionals, our regional businesses and in our community.”
The members of the 2017 Cincy Next class come from a wide variety of
backgrounds, occupations and local employers. They are:
Mayor’s Office, City of Cincinnati
Balaji- P &
Washington Investment Advisors
Ryan Brew- Messer
Hopple & Co.
LifeCenter Organ Donor Network
Tim Fagel- St.
Stettinius & Hollister LLP-Attorneys
Fitzgerald - Keating
Muething & Klekamp PLL
Economics Center - University of Cincinnati
Galloza- P &
Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
American Insurance Group
Side Bank & Trust Co.
Schiller & Associates Inc.
Brown Todd LLC
Dinsmore & Shohl LLP
Parks- HGC Construction
Perfetti Van Melle USA Inc.
Township Branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County
Asia Reid- Scripps
Anne Schwab- GBBN
Cincinnati Insurance Companies
Truepoint Wealth Counsel
HYPE programming and Cincy
Next are presented by community sponsor, the YMCA, and media sponsor Enquirer
About the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber
USA Regional Chamber grows the vibrancy and economic prosperity of the
Cincinnati region. It does this by serving as a bold voice for the interests of
its 4,000 member businesses and their more than 300,000 employees. The Chamber
is committed to expanding the region's talent base by attracting new residents
and finding new ways to connect employers to skilled workers. And, by
harnessing the power of Cincinnati USA’s unique offerings, implementing
regional vision, and practicing intentional inclusion in everything we do, the
Chamber is on a path to help transform this region into the hottest city in
America. For more information, visit www.cincinnatichamber.com.
Walburg, Communications Director, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, 513.579.3194
Direct, 513.205.7424 Mobile, firstname.lastname@example.org