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People in the News: Philip Schworer joins CAA board, St. E. dedicates center, Carnegie joins Cerkl

Philip J. Schworer of Frost Brown Todd has been elected to the board of the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA).  

Phil Schworer

CAA is a not-for-profit organization that oversees the programming and management of the Aronoff Center and the newly-renovated Music Hall, with a mission to offer a broad range of high quality performing and visual arts programs, develop diverse audiences, foster an appreciation of the arts and understanding of their forms, and encourage the use of its venues.
Of his position on the board, Schworer states, “I am especially excited about CAA’s commitment to arts education through the Overture Awards scholarship program, having experienced the value of arts education first-hand through my youngest sister, Angie, who is now an accomplished Broadway actor.” 
Schworer first became involved with the organization as a “celebrity” participant in the “Dancing for the Stars” competition to raise funds for the Overture Awards, a competition that he, surprisingly and proudly, won. 

St. E Physicians dedicate Journey Recovery Center

Garren Colvin, president and CEO, St. Elizabeth Healthcare; Dr. Teresa Koeller, medical director, St. Elizabeth Physicians Journey Recovery Center; Rep. Kim Moser, director of the NKY Office of Drug Control Policy; Dan Cole, assistant vice president of medical specialties at St. Elizabeth Physicians; and Brent Cooper, president and CEO, Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce. See the NKyTribune story here.

Cerkl partners with The Carnegie

Cerkl has partnered with The Carnegie, to deliver personalized news to their community.

Whether on stage, in the classroom, or in a gallery, The Carnegie inspires creativity for all. The Carnegie is the largest and only multidisciplinary arts venue in Northern Kentucky, with The Carnegie Galleries, the Eva G. Farris Education Center and the Otto M. Budig Theatre housed together under their landmark dome.

“With a 3-tiered organization, Cerkl will allow us to pinpoint what our patrons care most about and highlight that information to them,” Carnegie Director Kim Best said.

Sara Jackson

The Carnegie’s personalized Cerkl newsletter is a curated showcase of all The Carnegie’s work in the community. Subscribers will enjoy personalized programming recommendations, along with organizational stories.

The Carnegie joins the NKY Chamber, Beechwood Schools, Kentucky Realtors and a dozen other Northern Kentucky organizations in using Cerkl to power engaging email and web experiences.

“We are so lucky to have such a strong arts organization in our own backyard,” Cerkl’s Co-Founder and Distributor of Pixie Dust, Sara Jackson said. “As a lifelong Northern Kentucky resident, seeing Cerkl make a difference for all of these hometown organizations makes my heart full.”

To stay up-to-date on the gallery shows, education opportunities and amazing performances The Carnegie has to offer, be sure to sign up for their Cerkl.


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