Incoming president envisions a more active, engaged Cincinnatus Association

Our incoming president, Bob Schrage, writes about local history and teaches public administration. So when he says Cincinnatus has a great history of having community impact, he knows what he's talking about. But, he adds, that history "can only take us so far. We need to become more relevant in the community." That and other insights are part of Bob's Q&A as he begins his presidential tenure.

Bob, who lives in Dayton, KY, is retired from the Northern Kentucky Area Development District, where he was part of the agency’s executive team.  He is the current director of administration for Transitions, Inc., a Northern Kentucky agency providing treatment to people with substance use disorders. He also is the executive director of the Rabbit Hash Historic District, an adjunct professor in Northern Kentucky University’s Master of Public Administration program, and the author of several books on local history and his most recent reflection on historic events, “Witness to History.”

Read the full Q&A Here

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