Kreg Keesee and Robert Harris
The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) has re-elected Kreg Keesee as chair of the SORTA Board for 2021. Robert Harris was elected vice chair.
Kreg Keesee is the Chief Working Officer for Michelman, Inc. Previous to Michelman he spent 18 years at Solar Chemical the place he held management positions in provide chain, info know-how and graphic companies. He began his profession as a industrial lender with Michigan Nationwide Financial institution and spent eight years working in Procter and Gamble’s meals and beverage division. He obtained his diploma in economics and later a Grasp’s in Enterprise Administration from the College of Michigan.
Robert Harris is an inclusion marketing consultant at Bridges for a Simply Neighborhood. Beforehand, he labored as director for the Cincinnati area for Ohio Expertise-Associated Help Data Community (TRAIN) and because the training and coaching coordinator for the Cincinnati Human Relations Fee. He has served on a number of native boards and commissions, together with a previous time period on the SORTA Board of Trustees. Harris obtained his B.A. in neighborhood improvement and neighborhood relations, in addition to in printmaking from the College of Cincinnati.
SORTA can be happy to announce the appointments of 4 new members to the board of trustees: Alyson Beridon, legal professional with Brandstetter, Stranch & Jennings; Chelsea Nuss, Forest Park Metropolis Councilwoman, Sonja Taylor, former chief of employees for former Commissioner Victoria Parks; and Larry J. Thompson, president of the Laborers Worldwide Union of North America, Native 265.
Following the profitable passage of Concern 7, SORTA is now ruled by a 16-member volunteer residents’ board of trustees. Ten trustees are appointed by Hamilton County and 6 are appointed by the Metropolis of Cincinnati. Three of the Hamilton County appointees are non-voting trustees representing Butler, Clermont and Warren counties.