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Tionna Jordan

Groundwork Ohio River Valley

Green News

Green Umbrella

Green Events

Green Umbrella

Connie Lilley

Detroit 2030 District

Kenneth Randazzo

DTE Energy

Oliver Davis


Nicole DiVono

Human Nature

Chris Manning

Human Nature

Gary Wolnitzek

Human Nature

Ryan Mooney-Bullock

Executive Director, Green Umbrella

Jesse Kharbanda

Hoosier Environmental Council

Andy Holzhauser

Donovan Energy

Cate Mingoya

Capacity Building Director, Groundwork USA

Tom Croft

Executive Director, Steel Valley Authority

Sanya Carley

O’Neill Professor, School of Public & Environmental Affairs, Indiana University

Sonia Aggarwal

Senior Advisor for Climate Policy & Innovation at the White House

Joan Fitzgerald

Professor, Author, Speaker, Researcher

Mary Aguilera

Ohio River Guardians/OHPPC/Sierra Club/BEN/IEN

Carla Walker

OES / NRDC / Think Big Strategies

Emma Steele

Indiana Forest Alliance

Rae Schnopp

Indiana Forest Alliance

Chad Reischl

Director of Planning and Zoning, Jefferson, Indiana

Michael Forrester


Christie Boron

emersion DESIGN

Ayesha Crockett

Chicago Public Schools

Ben Levine


Sara DiLandro

Human Nature, Inc

Madeline Fleisher

Dickinson Wright PLLC

Joshua Pine

Yard & Co

Dr. Tyra Oldham


Daniel Hart

University of Cincinnati

Rachel Comte

Urban Canopy Works, LLC

Daniel Poynter

Carbon Neutral Indiana

Stephen Whitehouse

Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Planners

Michael Haggerty

Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Planners

Jacob Lange

Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Planners

Phil Rabovsky

Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Planners

Janet Broughton-Murray

Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects and Planners

Jack McAneny

Vice President Global Sustainability, Procter & Gamble

Jeff Bauer

Dean University of Cincinnati Clermont & Clermont County Chamber of Commerce

Chris Roe

Principal, Renewable Energy & Sustainable Operations, Amazon

Katherine Neebe

VP National Engagement, Strategy, Chief Sustainability Officer & President, Duke Energy Foundation

Stephanie Crockett

Elevar Design Group

Chad Edwards

emersion DESIGN

Eric Burgman

Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church

John E. Hancock

Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church

Rev. Stacey Midge

Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church

Pat Timm

Mt. Auburn Presbyterian Church

Chiquita Gardner

Director of Energy Efficiency and Housing, IMPACT Community Action

Sheila Fields

City of Covington

Geoff Milz

Colerain Township

Rhonda Ritzi

Kenton County Parks & Recreation

Andrea Webster

Indiana University Environmental Resilience Institute

Tom Carroll

Village of Silverton

Rebecca Karason

Senior Vice President, Director of Energy & Sustainability, Huntington

Zach McGuire

Clean Technology Solutions, Columbus Partnership

Jenna Tipaldi

Climate Advisor, City of Columbus

Dr Shelley Francis

EVNoire Mobility Intelligence Consulting Group

Andrew Conley

Clean Fuels Ohio

Michael Peters

Sway Mobility

Dominic Mathew

Fund Our Economic Future

Linda Arbogast

City of Oberlin

Daniel Lessing

BHDP Architecture

Jeremy Faust

Fifth Third Bank

Geoff Greenfield

Third Sun Solar

Sophie Revis

Groundwork Ohio River Valley

Savannah Sullivan

Green Umbrella

Oliver Kroner


Marisha Davis

LPH Community Matters Board/Neighborhood Action Team/Neighborhood Alliance Team/Yourstore Collective

Steve Hamstra


Jeremy Chapman


Tim Heineman


Chuck Lohre

Contemporary Arts Center

Victor Ronis-Tobin

Xavier University

Patrick Ryan

UC College of Medicine / Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center

Dana Boll

Keep Norwood Cool

Pravin Bhiwapurkar, Ph.D

University of Cincinnati DAAP

Melinda Butsch Kovacic, MPH, PhD

University of Cincinnati College of Allied Health Sciences

Jonathan Welle

Cleveland Owns

Cathy Cowan Becker

Simply Living

Samuel D. Dickerson II

BC Block Club

David Dwyer

American Renewable

Tristan Rader

Solar United Neighbors of Ohio

Wade Johnston

Green Umbrella

Peter Huttinger

Turner Farms

Frances Kroner

Sleepy Bee Cafe

Sandra Gross

Sleepy Bee Cafe

Larry Fradkin

Future Enviroassets, LLC

Thomas Federl

Castellini Company

Kai Stoudemire-Williams

Naturally Homegrown

Julie Shifman

Last Mile Food Rescue

Moxie John

Last Mile Food Rescue

Michael Roman

University of Cincinnati

Shane Creepingbear

Antioch College

Homer Shadowheart

Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition

Robert Rice

Community Organizer

Jheri Neri

Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition

Dawn Knickerbocker

Greater Cincinnati Native American Coalition

Dawn Schwartzman

Enriching Spaces

Anton Harfmann


Lauren Bartoszeck

The Health Collaborative

Yasha Ogg

emersion DESIGN

Elizabeth Rojas

Green Umbrella

Felix Russo

New Life Mission

Alfred Hall

City of Hamilton, OH

Jeff Gambrell

Butler County Connect

Brandon Saurber

City of Hamilton, OH

Andy Knight

MKSK Studios

Chris Hermann

MKSK Studios

Andrew Overbeck

MKSK Studios

Eric Lucas

MKSK Studios

Zach Newton

Eco Earth Friends

Jack Galloway

Youth Climate Action Coalition

Alie McDougal

The Tomorrow Project

Mallika Shah

The Tomorrow Project

Gus LaValle

JEE Foods

Levi Grimm

JEE Foods

Jonathan Rosenbloom

Vermont Law School

Nick Keeling

Legalize Housing

Mark Samaan

Legalize Housing

Nolan Nicaise


Emily Williams


Oleg Kaganovich


Naashom Marx


Irina Filippova


Antony Seppi

HCDC Business Center

Pete Blackshaw


Jessica Schultz

Citizens for Rights of the Ohio River Watershed (CROW)

Susan Heinking

Pepper Construction

Peter Kleinhenz

Go Sustainable Energy

Greg Raffio

Go Sustainable Energy

Chris Wagner

Go Sustainable Energy

Calcagno Cullen

Wave Pool Arts Center

Prince Lang

Walnut Hills Community

Arynn McCandles

Cincinnati Museum Center

Alan Wight

Christ College of Nursing & Health Sciences

Erin Beck

Columbus, OH

Daniel Hart

University of Cincinnati

Shawna Berger

Duke Energy

Geoff Greenfield

Third Sun Solar

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Silverton was first incorporated in March of 1905, but it had been a train and railroad stop associated with Cincinnati for many years prior. Originally an outlying farm community settled in 1809, Silverton is today an inner ring suburb of the City of Cincinnati.

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L&L Nippert Charitable Foundation

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The Procter & Gamble Company

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TMI Energy Solutions

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Fifth Third Bank

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Green Umbrella

Greater Cincinnati's Regional Sustainability Alliance

Great Parks of Hamilton County


Your Energy Solution

University of Cincinnati

Next Lives Here: Urban Impact, Academic Excellence, and Innovation

IBI Group

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Edible Ohio Valley

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The Climate Reality Project: Greater Cincinnati Chapter

Education, Activism, Community Involvement

Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District

Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District

Cincinnati Public Radio - WVXU 91.7

Empowering a Vibrant, Engaged and Informed Community

Duke Energy

Building a smarter energy future.

GoZERO Services, Food Waste Compost Courier

food waste to composting disposal services – because we don't inherit the Earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.

Eastern Personnel Services, Inc.

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Ever-Green Energy

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Faith Communities Go Green

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Co-op Cincy

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