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Executive Director (he/him)
Jonathan, a 20-year veteran of the nonprofit sector, is a strong visionary leader whose focus is to continue the mission of KCB and to strengthen partnerships with numerous stakeholders across the region. Jonathan's focus as Executive Director is on strategy, development, working with the board of trustees, and managing KCB staff.
Volunteer Programs Director (she/her)
Megan manages Volunteer Programming including the Great American Cleanup and Sponsored Events. She is responsible for organizing team-building cleanup events and for helping community groups plan and execute strategic Great American Cleanup events during the cleanup season.
Volunteer Programs Manager (she/her)
Emily manages the Adopt-A-Spot program and community Great American Cleanup events, working closely with our partners to increase community engagement. She assists the Volunteer Programs Director in connecting neighborhoods with our Corporate Sponsored projects, administers the Hamilton County Tire Recycling Grant, and enjoys getting her hands dirty through collaborations with our Greenspace Program.
Environmental Education Manager (she/her)
Kirsten manages the Environmental Education program at Keep Cincinnati Beautiful; working to increase environmental literacy among the city's neighborhoods and fostering environmental stewardship across generations.
Arts Program Co-Director (she/her)
Claire manages the Arts Program including painting the barricaded facades of vacant buildings, designing and executing community murals, and constructing eco-art installations. She is responsible for supporting the program’s grants, strategic planning, statistical analysis, coordinating volunteers, and using creativity as a tool for community revitalization.
Applied Learning Coordinator (she/her)
Caroline works closely with the Environmental Education Manager to identify and address gaps in environmental education within the Cincinnati community. Through placemaking activities and partnerships with community organizations, she provides a hands-on approach to learning hence the title Applied Learning Coordinator.
Arts Program Co-Director (she/her)
Katie manages KCB’s Arts Program including painting the barricaded facades of vacant buildings, designing and executing community murals, and constructing eco-art installations. She is responsible for supporting the program’s grants, strategic planning, statistical analysis, coordinating volunteers, and using creativity as a tool for community revitalization.
Environmental Services Coordinator (he/him)
James manages the illegal dumping abatement programs. He works closely with law enforcement, local community members, and other KCB staff, to identify and decrease instances of illegal dumping.
Arts & Marketing Manager (she/her)
Sarah works closely with our Arts Program Co-Directors; painting the barricaded facades of vacant buildings, executing community murals, constructing eco-art installations, and using creativity as a tool for community revitalization. She also heads our marketing efforts from social media to the newsletter and website.
Environmental Services & Greenspace Program Director (he/him)
Alistair directs Keep Cincinnati Beautiful’s Spaces to Places and Help A Lot greenspace programming along with other organizational greenspace initiatives. In addition to the Greenspace program, he directs the Environmental Services program. He works to forge strategic community partnerships and a strong working relationship with local agencies to restore and enhance greenspace, eliminate environmental pollution, and improve the quality of life for Cincinnati’s residents.
Development Manager (she/her)
As the Development Manager of Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, Samantha is responsible for managing individual donor campaigns, grants and foundation relationships, and corporate sponsorships and partnerships. She also helps prepare and execute the cornerstone KCB events, including the Cincy Block Party, Breakfast of Champions, and the Love Thy 'Nati Celebration. In her free time, Samantha volunteers on a variety of issues, performs improv comedy, enjoys travel and spending time with her pup and family.
Jennifer is an experienced and dedicated bookkeeper with over 20 years of expertise in financial management. She is a trusted partner in our mission, bringing precision and a wealth of knowledge to our team. Her commitment extends beyond the numbers, contributing to the overall success of our initiatives and making a positive impact in our community.
Safe and Clean Grant Coordinator (he/him)
Ty oversees the Safe and Clean Grants. He is responsible for supporting and encouraging community-based and community-initiated projects to improve safety, eliminate affliction, and improve livability in the city's neighborhoods. Ty connects communities with resources and aids prospective grantees and existing grantees through his personable immersive approach.
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