A previous version of this story reported that Neil Tilow was a Fort Thomas resident. Tilow is a resident of Cincinnati. LINK nky regrets the error.
Fort Thomas resident Josh Arnold will soon take over as chief executive officer of Talbert House, a wrap-around service organization based in Cincinnati.
Arnold is currently the chief operating officer and will assume CEO duties on July 14 following the retirement of Neil Tilow after a 49-year career.
Tilow will serve in an advisory role to Arnold over the next three years.
“I came to Talbert House to make a difference. I stayed because I saw the positive change for our clients, their families and the community,” Tilow said. “The commitment of our staff, board, funders and donors has made it possible for us to impact hundreds of thousands of lives over my career. We continue to make a difference in our community every day. I am humbled and grateful for the opportunity to dedicate my life’s work to Talbert House.”
Talbert House offers multi-generational services related to addiction, post-corrections reintegration, mental health and housing.
To learn more about Talbert House and its services, visit its website.