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CATC welcomes three new members to board of directorsPublished: October 1, 2016
The Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center is pleased to announce the addition of three new members to its board of directors, deepening the agency’s expertise in development, marketing and customer experience.
Scott Enders, senior vice president and director of customer experience, Bancorp, Fifth Third Bank brings a 25-year track record in the financial services industry. His expertise in quality, operations, process improvement, and strategies for improving customer experience will bring value to the range of CATC programs.
Kristen Wevers, senior vice president and chief marketing and communications officer, UC Health, brings 29 years of leadership experience in brand-building, marketing, communications and business development, especially in the healthcare and consumer products sectors with Procter & Gamble and Mercy Health. She has been an active supporter of CATC since its inception, has been a member of the marketing committee for more than a year, and now joins the board’s marketing committee.
Tim Ducker is business development and strategy manager, GKN Aerospace. He brings expertise in sales, customer management and new business development, with a focus on the manufacturing industry, an area under development in the CATC Bridging the Gap workforce development program. Tim also will serve on the CATC board of directors for young professionals.
“We continue to enrich our board of directors with strong local leaders who are recognizing the positive impact that CATC programs are having on Cincinnati families, area businesses, and neighborhoods,” said CATC Chairwoman Karen Bowman. “We are already graduating 93% of our participating seniors, as well as launching dozens of CATC graduates into careers in the very industries that our new board members represent. I can’t wait to see the value that Scott, Kristin and Tim will bring to students in all of our programs.”
About the Cincinnati Arts & Technology Center
The Cincinnati Arts &Technology Center (CATC) is a non-profit agency that helps at-risk Cincinnati Public Schools students stay in school, graduate and launch careers. Most of our students are high school juniors, seniors and over-age underclassmen who lack sufficient credits to graduate. We use a combination of the transformative power of the arts, a first-class environment, and a character building culture to unlock the self-worth and potential of at-risk teens. On average, 93% of our eligible seniors graduate. CATC is patterned after the highly successful Manchester Bidwell Training Center in Pittsburgh, and is a model for national replication of programs that use the arts to help children succeed. For more information, to donate or sponsor a child, please visit www.cincinnatiartsandtechnologycenter.org or call us at (513) 562-5500 For more information on Bridging the Gap: http://cincinnatiartsandtechnologystudios.org/student-programs/bridging-the-gap/
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