The Children’s Home of Cincinnati Launches National CEO Search

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The Children’s Home of Cincinnati has launched a national search for its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The new CEO will lead the transformational non-profit’s efforts to increase its reach and impact on the region’s most vulnerable children.

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“Centennial is pleased to partner again with The Children’s Home of Cincinnati in identifying forward-thinking talent to lead this vital organization,” says Mike Sipple Jr., Centennial’s President.

The Children’s Home of Cincinnati has launched a national search for its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The 150-year-old organization provides education and therapeutic treatment for over 6,500 children and their families facing social, behavioral and learning challenges. The new CEO will lead the transformational non-profit’s efforts to increase its reach and impact on the region’s most vulnerable children.

“A CEO who is a mission-minded visionary—focused on growth and opportunity—will enable The Children’s Home of Cincinnati to enhance our commitment to vulnerable children,” states Board Chairman Michael Coombe. “The Children’s Home’s best days are ahead. A CEO who can lead by inspiration and instinct will allow us to serve even more.”

To help in the selection of its next CEO, The Children's Home of Cincinnati has selected executive search firm Centennial.

“Centennial’s assistance will enable our Board of Directors to quickly identify the best-qualified candidates who are energized by our mission, impact and history,” states Larry Glassmann, Search Committee Chairperson.

“Centennial is pleased to partner again with The Children’s Home of Cincinnati in identifying forward-thinking talent to lead this vital organization,” says Mike Sipple Jr., Centennial’s President. “The Children’s Home has a storied legacy in the region and is seeking accelerated, sustainable growth in its next chapter. This, coupled with identifying candidates with proven experience leading financially strong and growing organizations, is a critical focus of our search team.”

Incorporated in 1864, The Children’s Home of Cincinnati transforms the lives of vulnerable children by caring for their mental, physical and social well-being through education programs and treatment services. Last fiscal year, more than 6,500 individuals were positively impacted through these services. http://www.thechildrenshomecinti.org.

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