Saturday, January 9, 2016

Adam Meier Honored as "One Who Will Change Region in '16"

Meier is 1 of 16 Honored
Adam Meier. Provided. 
Adam Meier, a former Fort Thomas City Councilman who took a job as Matt Bevin's Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy, was named as one of 16 people who'll make a difference in our region, as named by the Enquirer editorial board.

According to the board, "(the 16 honorees) hail from business and government, nonprofits and sports. They're our 16 for 2016. They will be well-known leaders and names you might never have heard of."

Here's what they say about Meier:

"Adam Meier is bringing a Northern Kentucky voice to the administration of new Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin."

Meier joins, Jill Meyer (President/CEO, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber), Eliot Isaac (Cincinnati police chief), Elizabeth Pierce (President/CEO Museum Center, Kevin Cedik (general manager of the new Liberty Center), Gina Drosos (President/CEO of Assurex Health), Candace McGraw (CEO at CVG) and Kevin Finn (President/CEO at Strategies to End Homelessness).

Their report here.

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