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Saturday, April 23, 2016

Kim Halbauer Recognized as "Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky"

Kim Halbauer. Provided. 
Eight accomplished professionals and community activists were honored Thursday with Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky Awards.

The awards have been given annually since 1984 and are presented by Toyota.

Fort Thomas resident, Kim Halbauer, was one of those eight recipients.

Halbauer is Senior Vice President and Director of Private Banking for Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky for Fifth Third Bank. Over her 23-years with the bank, she has served in a variety of leadership roles in the Commercial, Retail and Investment Advisors divisions.

“Kim is a ‘brilliant community leader,'” said nominator Brent Cooper of C-Forward. “She is a true professional, a community leader and a terrific parent . . . Everything she has done and continues to do exemplifies outstanding service to her profession and the community.”

Kim Halbauer at the banquet. PHOTO: Brent Cooper. 

Kim is immediate past chair of the TRI-ED Foundation board, and executive mentor at Xavier University, a member of the Gateway Foundation board and the Fort Thomas Education Foundation board, and past president of the Diocesan Board of Education.

She is active in numerous other community organizations. She was a member of both Leadership Cincinnati and Leadership Northern Kentucky.

The other 2016 Outstanding Women of Northern Kentucky are:

Molly Navin, retired Executive Director, Parish Kitchen
Susan Sorrell, College and Career Readiness Liaison, Conner High School
Julie Dusing, St. Elizabeth Healthcare Henrietta Cleveland Award
Serena Owen, Kentucky State Board and Bowles Center for Diversity Outreach Instructor
Wonda Winkler, Executive Vice President, Brighton Center
Stacy Tapke, Kentucky County Attorney
Laurie Risch, Executive Director, Behringer Museum

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