Thank you to all the local employers who joined us for the 3rd Annual Life After AmeriCorps Fair on May 10. 

These employers networked with current and past AmeriCorps members, recognizing their unique experiences in making them strong leaders who are motivated, flexible, innovative, and outcome-oriented. 

We hope to see you next year!

In this persistent work of social justice, it is important to find time to rest, rejuvenate, heal and play. We were thankful to do that on March 10 with other incredible community advocates and leaders that reminded us we are in this together. A special thank you to the Phoenix for hosting this inaugural event and providing a delicious brunch. 

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From our 20 Year Celebration

On June 29, Public Allies Cincinnati celebrated it's 20 year legacy of cultivating diverse, homegrown leaders, and welcomed 23 graduates into the alumni family. The night featured mission stories from alumnae Danae Riggs and Jadyn McQueen, award recognition to founding director, David Weaver, and alumni service award to 2011 alum, Alen Amini, former staff, alumni, partners, music by Natural Progression, and supporting family and friends.Click here to see the pictures.

On October 12, we welcomed friends, supporters, and alumni to launch the 2019 Public Allies cohort and mingle with members of the network. Thank you to People's Liberty for hosting the gathering, and Chuy's Tex-Mex for the generous food donation. 

National Service members in the Greater Cincinnati region gathered at City Hall where Cincinnati City Council member, Tamaya Dennard, and Hamilton County Commissioner, Chris Monzel, thanked members for their commitment to national service and announced April 3, 2018 as National Service Recognition Day in the City of Cincinnati and all of Hamilton county. 

National Service Recognition Day

Sarah Weiss, Visionary Leadership For a New Era

January 29, 2019

Sarah Weiss positions HHC as a significant voice in the fight against hate and inhumanity.

Public Allies is Celebrating its 20th Anniversary of Producing Diverse, Unique Cincinnati Leaders

October 09, 2018

 Alum, Alicia Rogers ('13), named as WCPO Next Nine leaders in education

March 27, 2018

As administrative technician with Cincinnati fire department, Alicia co-leads the Cincinnati Fire Cadet Summer Program. The program employs local teens ages 14 to 17 for eight weeks in the summer - teaching them leadership skills and what it takes to be a Cincinnati firefighter. Alicia crafts the leadership curriculum that supports participant's development and helps them leave with a resume and interviewing skills. 

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