2019 was amazing. We built our Bridgebuilder network to over 500 people and organized over 50 community conversations with our mission front and center: transforming the way decisions get made in Cincinnati. Our unique approach to engaging "everyday experts" led to policy change in sectors including public transportation, charitable giving and education.
We are incredibly proud of the work that we accomplished this past year and very excited to share with you it in our first-ever Annual Report!
Our 2019 Annual Report highlights the major projects we took on in 2019 and their results, including:
Collaborating with Metro’s new CEO to set up a bus rider advisory board to improve riders’ day-to-day experiences
Inviting women who know the struggles of poverty to select grant recipients on behalf of the Women’s Fund of Greater Cincinnati
Engaging with parents and students to uncover what would make them more committed to their neighborhood school
“From public education and transportation to affordable housing and philanthropy, we have had the privilege of working on some of the most important issues our communities face this year,” Dani Isaacsohn's letter in the report reads. “Together, we are changing the culture of decision making in Cincinnati.”
Check out Cohear's 2019 Annual Report here.
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