OneNKY Alliance held our annual OneNKY Summit last week. Futurist Chris Rice gave us a look ahead to 2037. Thanks to everyone who attended!
NKY At a Glance – This new series will provide community information enhancing knowledge and voice within the NKY Metro. Northern Kentucky University research team provided the initial segment focused on structure and spending with more programming to come in 2022.
OneNKY Frankfort, an existing facility offering presence and identity for NKY was featured as the community continues to pursue resources and recognition in Frankfort and Washington DC. Within walking distance to the Capital, the facility offers co-working and event space. Opened in 2020, the facility has been frequently utilized by various growth organizations, business, and community leaders.
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.
The OneNKY Summit Series continued this week with our focus on the Health sector, led by St. Elizabeth in partnership with HealthPoint and the NKY Health Department.
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.
Thank you to those who participated in the February 24th OneNKY [...]
Newport on the Levee celebrates opening of Riverfront Commons Pedestrian Bridge, Bridgeview Box Park
As Riverfront Commons plans move forward Regional Alliance is glad to be a part of the effort that will improve our Northern Kentucky riverfront.
In the next week or so, Boone, Campbell and Kenton County residents will receive the following mailer, which is pictured below, summarizing recommendations and links related to the COVID-19 pandemic. It contains helpful information and guidance, and is worth keeping as a reference tool.