OneNKY Alliance names Bellevue councilman as new project manager

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Covington-based nonprofit OneNKY Alliance announced Tuesday that it had hired a new project manager with experience in politics and education.

Ryan Salzman, now in his fifth term as a Bellevue councilman, will work directly with OneNKY CEO Karen Finan on projects that aim to advance regional education, health and unity, according to a release.

“I am deeply honored to join the OneNKY Alliance as the project director,” said Ryan Salzman said in the press release. “Having been a part of the Northern Kentucky community for many years, I am well aware of the NKY Metro’s potential and its unique strengths. I am eager to collaborate with the dedicated team and community to build upon these strengths and drive meaningful, positive change in the areas of unity, health, and education.”

Previously, Salzman was an associate professor of political science at Northern Kentucky University. In that role, he worked the Future Leaders Internship Program, campus democracy initiatives and civics-focused instruction.

“We are energized and thrilled to welcome Ryan Salzman to our team,” Finan said. “His experience and passion for improving the lives of those in our community complement our existing efforts and outcomes. We look forward to his many contributions.”

Founded in 2017, OneNKY Alliance has served as a springboard for regional organizations and initiatives such as Educate NKY and Breathe Easy NKY.

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