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Cincinnati Children's believes in the power of collective action to achieve the best health outcomes for children within the hospital and in the community. Based on best-practice models, Community Relations promotes active engagement, collaboration and communication with community stakeholders and partners. Through participation on various boards and committees, Community Relations staff work closely with community leaders to develop partnerships to address the needs of children and families within the community.
One such effort is through the Community Advisory Board, where community advisers and senior leadership within the hospital advise and guide the Office of Community Relations on its strategic plan, particularly in the areas of community health, community benefit, volunteerism, planning, and community partnerships that promote child health and well-being.
The board is comprised of three groups:
Jennifer Dauer, SVP, Strategy & Growth
Jane Garvey, VP, Marketing & Communications
Camille Graham, MD, Assistant Professor, Division of General and Community Pediatrics
Bill Kent, SVP, Infrastructure & Operations
Uma Kotagal, MBBS, SVP, Quality, Safety and Transformation
Mark Mumford, SVP, Finance and CFO
Beth Stautberg, SVP, Legal & Public Affairs
Dina Beach, Coordinator, Hispanic Catholic Ministry in Hamilton, St. Julie Billiart Parish
Ryan Brown, Manager, EDGE Teen Center
Stephanie Byrd, Executive Director, Success by 6 at United Way of Greater Cincinnati
Jennifer Chubinski, Director of Data Improvement Program, Interact for Health
Marilyn Crumpton, Director, Growing Well Cincinnati
Ozie Davis, Executive Director, Avondale Comprehensive Development Corp. (ACDC)
Tom DiBello, Executive Director, Center for Great Neighborhoods
Adam Goetzman, Assistant Administrator / Development Director, Green Township
Camille A. Jones, MD, MPH, Assistant Health Commissioner, Community Health and Environmental Health Services, Cincinnati Health Department
Donna Jones Baker, President & CEO, Urban League
Caroline McKinney, Economic Development Director, Public Information Officer, Liberty Township
Patricia Milton, President, Avondale Community Council
H.A. Musser, President & CEO, Santa Maria Community Services
Deb Robison, Family and Student Services, Norwood Schools
Rick Schroer, Community Center Director, College Hill Recreation Center
Joel Smiddy, Parks Director, Deerfield Township
Rebecca Stowe, MEd, MCHES, Director of Health Promotion & Education, Hamilton County Public Health
Barbara Terry, VP of Healthcare Integration, the Children's Home of Cincinnati
Sister Carole Temming, Pastoral Associate, Immaculate Heart of Mary
Stacy Wegley, Senior Associate, Community Initiatives
Berta Velilla, Director, Early Learning Programs, Child Focus Inc.
Stephanie Vogel, Administrator, Northern Kentucky Health Department
Henry Brown, Community Member
Ozie Davis, Executive Director, ACDC
Dr. Donald Jones, Pastor, Greater New Hope Church
Charles Kelly, Community Member
Gayle Renfro, Business Owner, Renfro Funeral Services
Beth Robinson, President, Uptown Consortium
Derrick Smith Sr., Bishop, Manifested Glory Ministries
Dorothy Smoot, Chief Program Officer, Urban League
Other key partnerships that foster collaboration and engagement with the community include:
Partnership with Cincinnati Children’s and the Cincinnati Bengals as part of the National Football League's Play 60 campaign aimed at encouraging kids to be active for 60 minutes a day in order to reverse childhood obesity. Third-grade children from Cincinnati Public Schools participated in an afternoon of physical activity challenges.
Collaboration between Cincinnati Children’s and the Cincinnati Zoo to promote positive eating habits and exercise in young children. Through education, participation in the “Zoo Diet” and healthy eating tips, children and families learn simple ways to improve their health.
Partnership with Cincinnati Children’s, United Way of Greater Cincinnati, Vision 2015, Agenda 360, UC Blue Ash College, Northern Kentucky University and Remke Markets to expose children to fun learning opportunities tailored to a grocery store environment. Based on United Way’s early childhood Born Learning strategy, Remke Markets is offering early learning activities in the store to allow the supermarket to be a hassle-free environment and to support kindergarten readiness and healthy eating.
For more information, contact:
Monica Mitchell, PhDSenior DirectorCommunity Relations513firstname.lastname@example.org
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