Upcoming OneNKY Summit to focus on unity, health and education

Kenton Hornbeck
Kenton Hornbeck
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Business and community leaders from Kenton, Campbell and Boone counties will be coming together for the upcoming OneNKY Alliance Summit series, where they will discuss the current and future status of many shared community initiatives throughout Northern Kentucky.

The fifth annual OneNKY Summit is slated for Oct. 25 from 3 to 5:30 p.m. at the St. Elizabeth Training & Education Center in Erlanger. This year’s summit focuses on unity, health, and education.

“We are entering the next phase of innovation and transformation for our community” OneNKY Alliance Board Chairman Robert Heil said in a press release. “Now is the time to accelerate bold change with bold action – the OneNKY Summit provides a forum to amplify this intent.”

First organized in 2017, OneNKY Alliance was founded to advance the vision of a unified Northern Kentucky through a number of initiatives focused on health, education and community. Past themes have focused on Imagine and Build Our 22nd Century OneNKY with keynotes from a noted futurist, identification of key socio-economic deterrents and aspirational goals for implementation.

“We continue to mobilize leaders around tangible, measurable impact for this community,” OneNKY Alliance CEO & President Karen Finan said in the release. “Accelerate OneNKY is a fitting theme for our Summit focus in 2023 as we continue our upward trajectory in the pursuit of excellence.”

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