The Moonshot for Equity program customized by education firm EAB and introduced by Northern Kentucky University and Gateway Community & Technical College. These local institutions are partnering with Miami University and Cincinnati State to take significant and measurable steps to close equity gaps within regional clusters of two- and four-year colleges and universities by 2030. A Challenge to create similar measurable efforts in NKY’s business and health sectors was issued, as work on Diversity Equity and Inclusion continues.
The OneNKY Summit Series continued this week with the Education Session. Our keynote speaker for Education, Brigitte Blom, Pritchard Committee, in concert with the panel moderated by Randy Poe, Northern Kentucky Education Council provided a data-rich base line view of Early Childhood, Connections to Competencies and Educational Advancement/Opportunities.
A total of $30,000 in grant funding was awarded to CHNK Behavioral Health (Children's Home of Northern Kentucky) and GROW NKY courtesy of the OneNKY Alliance. The funds were made possible by the Truist Foundation, a member company of the OneNKY Alliance, a group of Presidents and CEOs of regional companies. Both CHNK and GROW NKY were recognized for their focus on economic mobility to students and families in Northern Kentucky.
Enjoy the latest edition of the Northern Kentucky Market Review with information on OneNKY initiatives and the wonderful attributes of our community!
Karen Finan, President & CEO of the Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance, talks about the organization and its recent initiatives with Judge/Executive Kris Knochelmann.
Covington, KY – August 10, 2020: The Northern Kentucky Regional [...]
Now is Our Time for 1NKY – What’s Next? Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance partners to transform NKY Community
Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance has made our 1st public press release! To learn more about and what we have been up to the last 2 years check out our article in the NKY Tribune.
Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance was proud to see the Ignite Institute open their doors last week and will stay involved in future development. This exciting new STEAM-based high school will allow students to build a skillset that can be put to work by employers throughout Northern Kentucky!
Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance has helped support this exciting new STEAM-based high school that will build a skillset that can be put to work by employers throughout Northern Kentucky.
Northern Kentucky Regional Alliance teams with St. Elizabeth Healthcare and Duke Energy to support IGNITE INSTITUTE at Roebling Innovation Center