At GeneroCity513, Nicole Smith collaborates with other nonprofit agencies to make our community a better place by serving the homeless.
Jazz saxophonist Kayla Upthegrove expresses herself through music, which has been a challenge during the pandemic.
At Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Program, Rev. Olivia Hamilton helps people make sense of difficult situations through faith.
As part of Building Value’s efforts to train their clients in the construction trade, Chris Miday manages a team of deconstructors.
Breathing fire is just part of the gig for Travis and Susan Fessler of PB and J Circus. They share how the pandemic has impacted their work and the worst and best parts of performing.
As the Cincinnati Art Museum's Associate Objects Conservator, Kelly Rectenwald is in charge of repairing and preserving the museum's 3-D objects.
Kelly Rectenwald from the Cincinnati Art Museum and Django Kroner from The Canopy Crew describe their work and what it means to them.
He’s not really The Lorax, but with his company The Canopy Crew, Django Kroner builds treehouses that get people into the woods.
The pandemic has certainly changed how we work. It also has us questioning why we work. Local professionals share how their perspectives have shifted.
Our February issue offers a snapshot of Cincinnati at work. Eleven people share what their work means to them and how the pandemic has impacted them.