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Carol Lichtenberg

Through her work as a member of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Ohio Province, Carol has extensive leadership and management experience. Trained as an educator, Carol started as a STEM instructor and served on the steering committee for the merger of Chaminade and Julienne High Schools.  She eventually became Executive Director of Chaminade-Julienne High School in Dayton. Approximately 35 years ago, she was elected as a Member of the Sisters’ Leadership Team and Director of Community Life for the Ohio Province.  She was later promoted to the position of Province Finance Director/CFO. In 2010 she was elected to the role of Provincial and   leader of the Provincial Leadership Team.   Carol’s special expertise includes financial management, risk assessment, investments, mergers, team building, and group facilitation.

Carol is a past member of the Board of Trustees for Chaminade-Julienne High School and Mount Notre Dame High School.  She also served on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Treasurers of Religious Institutes and the Legal Resource Center for Religious.  One of her other activities was to serve on the Congregational Resource Planning Committee, which is an international level financial advisory group for the Sisters.

Connie Hinitz

Connie Hinitz

Connie is a philanthropic sector management specialist with more than 40 years’ experience creating and implementing comprehensive nonprofit initiatives. She is OneSource’s Manager of Volunteer Services and past Director of Philanthropic Initiatives for Leadership Scholars, Inc. Prior to joining ESCC, she was Administrator of The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati. As the Jewish Federation’s Director of Planning and Allocations, she created and supervised an interagency refugee resettlement program.

Connie’s past civic responsibilities include serving on the Hamilton County Government Reform Commission, Amberley Village Ad Hoc Finance and Long Range Planning Committees, and the Hamilton County Alcohol and Drug Addiction Services Board. She volunteers with the World Affairs Council of Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky, which has honored her as a citizen diplomat. Connie is active in her synagogue, serving on its board. Connie also is part of OneSource Center’s training faculty and assists with curriculum development.

Elisha Hill

As an HR practitioner, Elisha’s background spans both the nonprofit and retail sectors. She currently is Director, Leadership Development at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. As part of her responsibilities, she has organized and managed leadership development programs at both Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Christ Hospital. She also developed diversity and inclusion training for leaders and staff. Prior to her move to the nonprofit sector, she spent nine years managing leadership programs and operations for Macy’s. She created culture-transforming coaching initiatives and streamlined personnel policies and procedures. Her efforts led to a greater retention of employees at all levels.

Elisha’s passion for improving health outcomes and for a more inclusive community led her to become involved as a board member of the Butler County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

 

Judy Beaudry

As a media, marketing, and communications executive, Judy leads and inspires teams to achieve high-impact results. Prior to retirement, she was Vice-President, Marketing Services and Officer of the U.S. Executive Team at Kao. Immediately prior to that role she was Associate Director in Marketing and in Media at Procter & Gamble. Judy’s skill sets include brand building, organization and team development, digital and social media marketing, crisis communication strategies, leadership development, and business process improvement.

Judy’s volunteer activities revolve around supporting children and youth. She has served as a reading tutor with Ohio Reads/Childhood Literacy. She was a mentor for a mini-company with Junior Achievement and she served as communication chair for the P & G start-up, Children’s for Children. Judy is a former board member with the Sycamore Athletic Boosters and the Sycamore Hockey Association.

Nancy Spencer

Nancy is a senior executive with more than fifteen years’ experience in project management and custom research for global clients. She most recently held the position of Senior Vice President, Research Excellence with French‑based Ipsos. Prior to Ipsos, she served as Vice President, Global Project Development at the Nielsen Company. Her responsibilities included budgeting, process improvement, resource integration, and talent management. Nancy’s clients were in consumer packaged goods,pharmaceuticals, telecom, and durables. Nancy’s expertise includes project implementation, strategic planning, performance management, team building, coaching, and training.

Recognizing the importance of work/life balance, Nancy left the paid workforce to focus on her school‑age children. Nonetheless, she continues to be heavily involved in community activities. She recently completed eight years’ service on the City of Madeira’s Council. During her tenure, she headed standing committees for Budget and Economic Development and ultimately became Mayor. She also spearheaded efforts in Madeira to create a plan for racial equity. Nancy participates in the Madeira City Schools Parent‑Teacher Organization, Madeira Farmer’s Market Advisory Board, and is also active with youth sports programs.

Randy Harris

Randy is a sales and marketing professional. During his 31 years with Procter & Gamble, he developed expertise in customer business development, consumer promotion development, multi-discipline project management, sales training and national sales meeting planning and execution.

Randy enjoys many sports and spends half the year in Keystone, Colorado. He has held many nonprofit board positions and has volunteered with the Greater Cincinnati Tennis Association, Beech Acres Parenting Center, Junior Achievement, Aviatra, Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, and Sycamore Soccer Association.

Tai Elemide

With a background in mapping and computer technology, Tai was involved with Nigeria’s National Space Research and Development Agency for more than 10 years. Most recently, he was the managing director of GeoAppsPlus, a commercial division of that agency. Supervising a staff of twenty-five individuals, he presided over the technical, business intelligence, marketing, and human resource departments. Earlier in his career, he was the deputy director of software engineering with the agency. Tai led software development projects for Lucent Technologies and was senior technical staffer/manager with AT& T. He is a former adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati, where he taught computer science. Tai’s skill sets include project management, internet technology, geographic information systems, and corporate training. Now retired, Tai obtained a license as a health and life insurance agent.

Tai is active in Cincinnati’s chapter of Black Data Processing Associates.

Tony Cipollone

Tony is an experienced business consultant and training professional focused on optimizing individual and organizational performance. Currently, he is President, Performance Improvement Consulting. Tony previously held training and human resource management positions at corporations across many industries.

As a volunteer, Tony spent four years as Vice President for Education & Training for the Hyde Park Job Search Focus Group.

OneSource Experience

Tony is one of the project leaders on an HR project for United Methodist Church Food Ministries. He was the project leader for the Cancer Support Community’s search for a development director, and also headed up staff assessments for Wesley Community Services. Tony has served as a coach for Freestore Foodbank Leadership Institute, the Nonprofit Leadership Institute, and EXCEL. Other projects include a shared business service project for the Jewish Federation, a compensation survey for the Lakota School District, and an HR audit for Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliance. He also participated in staff analysis and training for the Music Resource Center. Tony currently is a leadership trainer in NLIGC’s ADVANCE program.