On Thursday, October 5th , five new inductees were added to the Greater Cincinnati Business Hall of Fame. Those honored at the ceremony include John Goering, Bill Liggett*, Christian Moerlein*, Gilbert Richards*, and Phyllis Sewell*. The event was hosted at the Xavier University Cintas Center and recognizes leaders in Cincinnati for their business and community involvement.

*honored posthumously 

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Darin Winterbotham, Vice  President, Commercial Banking, Peoples Bank, Springboro, Ohio, presents $1,000 grant check to Dan Trick. JA Dayton district manager. Peoples Bank has $3.4B in assets and is dedicated to the development of southern Montgomery, Warren, Brown, Butler, Clinton and Clermont counties in southwest Ohio.
CareSource is nationally recognized for leading the industry in providing member-centric health care coverage. The company's managed care business model was founded in 1989 and is currently one of the nation's largest Medicaid  managed care plans. CareSource, headquartered in Dayton, Ohio, has built a legacy of providing quality health care       coverage for Medicaid consumers. In addition to Medicaid coverage CareSource has a diverse offering of insurance plans   on the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Deloitte taught 424 elementary and middle school students in 16 classes at Academy of multilingual Studies on May 5th as a JA in a day.


Jen Houser stated  "I love helping the students here become more financially literate."

"Being a JA volunteer give gives me a chance to give back to the community. For the students, it's a learning opportunity made fun, but more importantly, relevant with real life scenarios.  The kids were so excited to learn about finances, entrepreneurship, and city development. JA makes impacts on students in the classroom and for years to come. " -Shannon  R. Gillespie, NPD Lead, Labeling