Vol. 4, Issue 2 | Summer 2015
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Denise Hamet

Denise Hamet
Economic Development Director
deniseha@cityofmiddletown.org
513.425.7847

Matt Eisenbraun

Matt Eisenbraun
Economic Development
Assistant Director
matte@cityofmiddletown.org
513.705.1608

Larry Mulligan Jr., Mayor
Dora Bronston, Council Member
Anita Scott Jones, Council Member
Joe Mulligan, Council Member
Daniel Picard, Council Member
Amy Schenck, Clerk of Council
Doug Adkins, City Manager

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Introducing New Middletown Leaders

Alexis Fitzsimmons

Alexis Fitzsimmons

Assistant Economic Development Director, City of Middletown

We are pleased to announce that Alexis Fitzsimmons has joined the City of Middletown staff as our Assistant Economic Development Director. She has held positions with the Solid Waste Authority of Central Ohio and the Ohio Department of Development, interacting with governmental agencies, managing grants and working with businesses—all invaluable skills in her current role with the City.

In her new role, Fitzsimmons will assist the Economic Development Director in coordinating efforts to enhance and diversify the economic base of the City of Middletown through the retention and expansion of existing businesses; and, the attraction and development of new businesses. She holds a bachelor’s in business administration from Ashland University.

Carley Berman

Carley Berman

Communications Intern, City Manager's Office, City of Middletown

Middletown's City Manager's office has selected Carley Berman as its new communications intern. A May graduate of Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Berman already has an diverse résumé to her credit, interning throughout her college years with Ohio University Athletics, the Cleveland Indians Baseball Company Fan Services, the Ronald McDonald House and for StratComm Africa in Accra, Ghana.

In her new role, Berman will develop press releases and news columns, maintain social media communication, produce videos, and coordinate projects with the Downtown Young Professionals group and other special events; as well as various marketing, communications and public relations initiatives for the City.

Hilary Nauman

Amy Waldbillig

Hilary Nauman

Executive Director, Middletown Arts Center

Welcome to Hilary Nauman, new Middletown Arts Center executive director. Nauman brings to the table significant experience in both the non-profit and private sectors, a lifelong passion for the arts, dedication to promoting the work of contemporary and emerging artists and the ability to engage the community through diverse learning environments.

Amy Waldbillig

VP, Workforce Development, Cincinnati State

Recognized for her effective leadership skills, Cincinnati State's new Vice President of Workforce Development, Amy Waldbillig's résumé is strong on expertise vital to businesses relocating into or expanding within Middletown. She will direct Cincinnati State's workforce development efforts through career training for individuals that meets specific content, timetable and location requirements of area corporations, agencies and nonprofits.

Miami University Regionals Add Bachelor's in Commerce

Have you ever dreamt of managing a small business or starting one of your own? Did you know that 99.7 percent of companies are "small businesses"?

Miami University's Middletown and other regional campuses have introduced a new Bachelor of Science in Commerce. This curriculum expansion resulted from the culmination of a study of the region's business needs. "Better equipping small business managers and owners and preparing future business owners in our region was an area of need that we could help meet," says Dr. G. Michael Pratt, associate provost and dean of Miami's College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences.

The BSC degree is designed for all learners—freshmen, transfers, adults, associate degree holders and military veterans—and includes an in-depth examination of small businesses as well as courses in traditional areas such as accounting, management and marketing. For detailed information: www.regionals.miamioh.edu/bsc.

Cincinnati State Offers Five New Scholarships

Whether it’s a job certification, an associate degree or a pathway to a bachelor’s degree—it’s within reach. Cincinnati State's new scholarships make it possible for everyone to have a brighter future. For more information, go to www.concinnatistate.edu/middletown or call 513-217-3700. Application deadline is August 14.

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