We focus on ensuring all citizens in Greater Cincinnati have a fair and equitable opportunity to build a life for themselves, their family and community. Recognizing that there are inequities in our community, we work to remove them and make our community welcoming and supportive.
First Monday of the month from 11:30 a.m. to 1.p.m. at the Wegman Company, 1531 Western Ave. Cincinnati, OH 4521
|Alpacino Beauchamp||Sarah Gideonse||Susan Noonan||Stephane Stoller|
|Mike Burns||Bob Maly||Sonny Saeks||Emily Thobe|
|Sam Brewer||Nazly Mamedova||Endia Santee||Larry Williams|
|Melissa Currence||Rhonda Holyfield Mangieri||Alice Schneider||John Young|
|John Frank||Mark Neikirk||Jeffery Stec||Michelle Young|
Housing insecurity. The Inclusion Committee is working with LISC, the United Way and other regional partners to focus on understanding and addressing housing insecurity in our region.
Childhood poverty. As part of the Cincinnatus Association’s focus on access to the American Dream for all, the Inclusion Committee has taken a strong interest in understanding and addressing childhood poverty in our region.