The vice mayor wants everyone to feel welcome at City Hall. She carries that ethos into her leadership.
Learn about the women who helped shape Cincinnati as we know it today.
Inspired by the women who came before her, the Hamilton County Commissioner works to open doors for the next generation.
The self-described creative entrepreneur uses her restaurant experience, fine arts background, and passion for historical preservation to breathe new life into MainStrasse Village.
A bipartisan coalition of state lawmakers hopes to end executions and make Ohio the 24th state to stop the death penalty’s “failed experiment.” Joe Deters is not on board.
Concert:Nova challenges how we experience classical music thanks to Chen.
Whether you’re searching for woman-to-woman mentorship or looking for an outfit to help ace your next job interview, these five local organizations have your back.
The president and CEO of The Center for Closing the Health Gap wants to eliminate racial and ethnic health disparities.
Eight CCM grads talk about the challenges of building a New York theater career, learning to adjust during the pandemic, and the lessons they still carry from their time at the University of Cincinnati.
Carla Walker builds strategies to address climate change equitably.
“I’m fortunate that I have some leadership ability and platform to be able to help others become upstanders,” says the CEO of the Nancy & David Wolf Holocaust & Humanity Center.
Hard lessons from the pandemic became fodder for a new album and a promising future in the L.A. music scene.
With Film Cincinnati, she works to produce Hollywood movies in the Queen City.
Through industry upheaval, the heir to the Jeff Ruby throne pushed her restaurants to new heights.
Venture capital funds don’t always serve BIPOC-led businesses well. The Lightship Foundation CEO changes that.
A revamped Your Negro Tour Guide—coadapted from Wilson’s former CityBeat column—premiered at Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati this month.
The creator of Grateful Grahams uses her Incubator Kitchen Collective to reshape Cincinnati’s entrepreneurial scene.
With Meyer at the helm of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber of Commerce, businesses have a relentless advocate.
The Olympic gold medalist turned teacher won a seat on the Cincinnati Public Schools board last fall.
Free after two decades of wrongful imprisonment, Patterson drives change at the intersection of art and social justice.
A new generation directs the Bengals’ strategy and engagement.
Elected Hamilton County Sheriff in 2020, McGuffey is one of only three women to hold the title in the state and the first openly gay sheriff in Ohio.
The CVG CEO reshapes Cincinnati into a global hub for passengers and cargo.
Postpartum moms turn to the TriHealth pelvic health physical therapist for help with a sensitive issue.
The ArtWorks CEO and artistic director is engaging community and beautifying the city one mural at a time.
Spreading Cullen’s Wave Pool model far and wide could help improve communities through art.
The first woman and first lay president of Xavier University uses her status to broaden access to education.
The Cincinnati Museum Center CEO keeps families coming back to Union Terminal.
Once a child of the foster care system herself, the CEO of Found Village helps children and teens in need.
He holds court on developing new information technology and the importance of paying attention to local government.
“People compliment me the most when I’m wearing a suit,” says the retired Marine and CrossFit coach. “It makes me confident. I think that it brings me power knowing that this world does not revolve around what you were made of.”
The Cincinnati journalist opens up about her mother’s suicide and hopes others will start addressing mental health.
Hamilton’s West Side Little League All-Stars made history by becoming the first Ohio team ever to reach the championship game of the Little League World Series.
Owner Becky Terrell brightens up the shop with bold new fabrics.
The barrier that once divided East and West is now a symbol of unity along Cincinnati’s riverfront.
It takes a village to drive change in any community, and thousands of women are doing their part across Cincinnati.
Cincinnati’s bluebloods came to me for help with a new product. It went well at first.
The two-in-one establishment in Sharonville boasts a wide selection and an extensive Mexican menu.
The chef de cuisine at Fausto has a culinary background befitting of the Contemporary Arts Center.
Jacob Treviño’s hospitality group Gorilla Cinema transforms Cincinnati spaces into themed hangouts that are lush, interactive, and just plain fun.
Make a cheat day out of the bomboloni at this Covington spot.
Their Rumpke Mountain Nachos live up to the name—the tray-sized serving needs at least four eager diners to do it justice, so bring your pals.