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    March Program | Continuing the Neighborhood Conversation - NKY River Cities

    March 15, 2018
    11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Jack Casino
    1000 Broadway Street
    Cincinnati, OH 45202
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    Last year, we discussed our College Hill, Clifton Heights, and Northside neighborhoods; this year, we will look to the next set of redeveloping neighborhoods in the Northern Kentucky River Cities: Covington, Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, and Ludlow.

    Discussion Information: 

    Ovation, Ludlow Yards, Manhattan Harbor, Bellevue Waterfront and just maybe - FC Cincinnati?  These projects represent a continued effort to revitalize Northern Kentucky’s River City neighborhoods. GCSMPS is excited to bring together four of Northern Kentucky’s development corporations for our March Program. 

    Moderator: Bob Heil, Immediate Past Chairman of the Board, Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

    Bob Heil joined KLH in 1987 as an Electrical Engineer and became President & CEO in 2015. In his 30 years with the firm, he has played key roles in the development of new service offerings and in each of the firm’s geographic expansions. He also serves in leadership roles at the Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, Founding Member of the Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance, Northern Kentucky Tri-ED Board of Directors, the NKU Foundation Advocacy Committee, is currently a member and former Chair of the Campbell Leadership Action Group, and currently chairs the Dean’s Advisory Board for the Haile/US Bank College of Business at NKU.

    A resident of Ft. Thomas, Bob graduated from University of Kentucky with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a graduate of Northern Kentucky University with a Master of Science in Executive Leadership & Organizational Change.

    Panelists:

    • Jeanne Schroer, The Catalytic Fund

      Jeanne Schroer is the President/CEO of the Catalytic Development Funding Corp. of Northern Kentucky, a not-for-profit company that provides capital and development services to real estate developers and local governments undertaking projects in Northern Kentucky’s urban neighborhoods. Schroer has 35 years of experience as a real estate professional, working for such organizations as Urban Investment and Development Company in Chicago and Corporex Companies, where she served as Senior Vice President and member of the Executive Management Board. Prior to joining the Catalytic Fund, Schroer was the Interim Director of the University of Cincinnati Real Estate Center and Field Service Professor of Real Estate. Schroer graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Cincinnati with a Bachelor of Urban Planning and a Certificate in Economics. She also received an MBA in Finance and Real Estate from Indiana University.

    • Jack Moreland, Southbank Partners

      Jack Moreland serves as president of Southbank Partners, where he is responsible for leading day-to-day operations of the organization. Moreland is one of Kentucky's most distinguished and recognized educators and leaders, a proven and successful administrator known for his ability to manage and direct complex organizations. He has served as a public-school teacher, principal and superintendent; university president; and top Kentucky education official, where he helped merge the state's community college system. Moreland holds a bachelor's degree from Eastern Kentucky University and two advanced degrees from Xavier University.

    • Dan Tobergte, Northern Kentucky Tri-ED

      Dan joined Northern Kentucky Tri-ED in 1990 and now leads a team of ten, all in the pursuit of improving Northern Kentucky by attracting, starting and expanding primary industry projects for Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties. Northern Kentucky Tri-ED, the first regional economic development organization in Kentucky, works on advanced manufacturing, office and headquarter projects, data centers and informatics projects. Dan is a native of Northern Kentucky and lives in Hebron. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Administration, a Juris Doctor degree from Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University and he designated as a Certified Economic Developer by the International Economic Development Council.

    Agenda
    11:15 - 11:40: Networking and Registration
    12 - 1PM: Program

    For any questions on this program or registration, please contact Janet Heil @ programs@greatercincinnatismps.org or 513.233.7081.

    Additional Program Sponsorships are available. Contact: Karen Holtman @ sponsorship@greatercincinnatismps.org or 513.699.8820.

    Online registration closes at 5PM on March 12. Anyone (including members) wishing to register after this cutoff date will be charged the walk-in rate. Thank you for understanding.

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    Tickets

    $55.00 Partnering Organizations (ACI, ABC, NAWIC, SDA, ASPE)
    $75.00 after 05:00 pm March 12

    $75.00 Walk-in

    $40.00 Greater Cincinnati SMPS Member
    $75.00 after 05:00 pm March 12

    $40.00 Current Members of Another SMPS Chapter
    $75.00 after 05:00 pm March 12

    $65.00 Non Member
    $75.00 after 05:00 pm March 12