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Staff

Our staff has a strong commitment to serving the many constituents of our organization. But first and foremost, they focus their energies on those who take advantage of our programs and services.

  • Jonathan Adee
    Jonathan Adee

    Executive Director
    (513) 352-4382
    Jonathan@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    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.

  • Megan Beck
    Megan Beck

    Volunteer Programs Director
    (513) 352-4385
    Megan@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Megan manages the organization’s Volunteer Programming which includes the Great American Cleanup and Corporate Sponsored Events. She is responsible for organizing cleanup events for KCB and for helping community groups plan and execute strategic Great American Cleanup events during cleanup season. She also manages the website, social media, and communications for KCB.

  • Emily Bottoni
    Emily Bottoni

    Volunteer Programs Coordinator
    (513) 352-4517
    Emily@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Emily manages the Great American Cleanup program, working closely with our partners to increase community engagement. She also works with the Volunteer Programs Manager to help grow our corporate sponsored events. In addition, Emily directs KCB's role in the City of Cincinnati's Neighborhood Enhancement Program.

  • Claire Bryson
    Claire Bryson

    Arts Program Co-Director
    (513) 352-4381
    Claire@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Claire manages KCB’s Arts Program out of a satellite studio located on Central Avenue in the West End. This includes 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.

  • Katie Davis
    Katie Davis

    Arts Program Co-Director
    (513) 352-4381
    Katie@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Katie manages KCB’s Arts Program out of a satellite studio located on Central Avenue in the West End. This includes 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.

  • Suzy Godber
    Suzy Godber

    Office Manager
    (513) 352-4380
    Suzy@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Suzy helps the KCB team by coordinating administrative efforts across program areas, enabling program managers to focus on mission and business objectives.

  • Lauren Gottschalk
    Lauren Gottschalk

    Environmental Education Program Coordinator
    (513) 352-4383
    Lauren@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Lauren assists Kara in the planning and implementation educational programming for schools and community events. Contact her today if you'd like to schedule one of our free programs!

  • Kara Luggen
    Kara Luggen

    Environmental Education Program Director
    (513) 352-4386
    Kara@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Kara oversees all programs and projects of KCB’s Environmental Education department and conducts and manages the presentation of educational programs and assemblies in Cincinnati area schools. She sponsors and arranges field trips, coordinates environmental contests, and organizes volunteer experiences for students. She also directs our Sustainability in Action initiative in Cincinnati schools.

  • Alistair Probst
    Alistair Probst

    Environmental Services and Greenspace Manager
    (513) 352-4505
    Alistair@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Alistair manages KCB's graffiti and illegal dumping abatement programs, Adopt-A-Spot program and the Sheriff's crews. He works with communities, other KCB staff and government agencies to decrease blight in order to improve overall quality of life for residents of Cincinnati.

  • Matt Trokan
    Matt Trokan

    Development & Communications Manager
    (513) 352-4387
    Matt@KeepCincinnatiBeautiful.org
    Matt is responsible for spearheading development and communications efforts as KCB continues to grow. He is working to create, implement, and manage annual development and public relations strategies. He is also coordinating efforts with the rest of the team in fundraising and general program support.

Our Impact This Year

  • Children Educated

    22,581

  • Volunteer Hours

    67,703

  • Pounds of Litter & Debris Collected

    873,779

  • Clean Up Events

    1,580

  • Nippert Foundation
    Nippert Foundation
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    Cincinnati Tool Bank logo

    Cincinnati Tool Bank Logo

  • Cincinnati Bell
    Cincinnati Bell
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