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NKY Chamber Women’s Initiative offering lunchtime leadership panel with top women executives

On Tuesday, October 22, the Northern Kentucky Chamber Women’s Initiative will welcome hundreds of professional women from the region to its Annual Regional Summit, sponsored by PNC, held at the Cintas Center on Xavier University’s campus (1624 Herald Avenue, Cincinnati).

Christi Cornette

New this year, attendees will have the opportunity to attend a lunchtime leadership panel, Reaching Your Next Level: Insights from Women in Leadership, featuring top female executives from around the region.

The panel, led by Marianne Schmidt Hurtt, Senior Vice President & Regional Manager at PNC Bank, includes Sylvia Buxton, President & CEO of Perfetti Van Melle USA, Karen Forgus, Senior VP, Business Operations with the Cincinnati Reds, and Christi H. Cornette, Chief Culture Officer at Cincinnati Bell.

Sylvia Buxton

“We’re thrilled to have these four incredible leaders in our community share their stories at the Regional Summit,” said Geralyn Isler, President of Business Benefits Insurance Solutions, Chair of the Women’s Initiative Regional Summit.

“Their paths, struggles, and successes can serve as inspiration to each attendee, regardless of where they are in their career.”

Karen Forgus

In addition to the leadership panel, attendees of the Regional Summit will have the opportunity to hear from Colene Elridge of Be More Consulting during a morning general session titled Be the CEO of YOU: Creating an Intentional Life and Legacy, as well as other local speakers during morning and afternoon breakouts.

More information and registration are available online. Registration is $159 for NKY Chamber Members and $179 for future NKY Chamber Members. A group discount of $10 per registration is available for NKY Chamber companies registering five or more women.

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  1. Evan H says:

    Why is it that the chamber is far majority non-profits, and then the rest only bankers and lawyers? Every single article is about women, non-profit companies, events, or banks and lawyers? I don’t get it

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