SEA Greater Cincinnati Chapter Meeting
- August 25, 2016
- 12:00pm — 1:30pm ET
About This Event
So you are thinking about starting a social enterprise,
but you are wondering WHERE is the best place to launch.
Join us for our next SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ALLIANCE-Greater Cincinnati Chapter Meeting where our topic will be:
“The Economics of a Neighborhood: Finding A Home for Your Social Enterprise”
Our guest panelists will include:
- KEVIN WRIGHT, Executive Director of The Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation
- KATIE MEYER, Director of Renaissance Covington
Each presenter has excellent programs that embrace social enterprise opportunities.
Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation is a non-profit community development program that uses creative approaches to get sustainable results in the neighborhood’s historic commercial corridor. Kevin Wright has led teams in the creation and implementation of dozens of projects ranging from small creative placemaking activities to multi-million dollar real estate deals. These projects have included several public and private partners and a diverse set of public financing tools such as Tax Increment Financing, public loans/grants, and Historic Tax Credits.
Renaissance Covington is a non-profit organization which was created for the purpose of revitalizing downtown Covington. The goal is to make downtown economically viable by capitalizing on the rich stock of historic buildings while identifying ways to meet the needs of a contemporary society. Renaissance Covington is a part of the State of Kentucky’s ‘Renaissance on Main’ program and is guided by the principles of the National Main Street Program.
Date: Thursday, August 25, 2016
Time: 12:00-1:30pm (Note a light pizza lunch will be served.)
Location: Walnut Hills Branch-The Public Library of Cincinnati
2533 Kemper Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45206