Celebrate Women's History Month with the HCC!
Leading Women in Cincinnati--On Civic Engagement
Meet Jan-Michele Kearney, EDM'79, JD'91 and Moira Weir
Friday, March 11. In person or virtual.
11:45 am- 1:15 pm at the Taft Center
Registration required. Lunch orders must be placed by 8 am, Monday, March 7.
We invite you to join the Harvard Club of Cincinnati for our Leading Women in Cincinnati luncheon. Meet two dynamic leaders who continue to make strides in the community to strengthen, energize and enhance our city through political and non-political endeavors. We are thrilled to have Cincinnati Vice Mayor Jan-Michele Kearney and Moira Weir, President & CEO, United Way of Greater Cincinnati on a panel discussing their journey of service and civic engagement and what they see ahead for the City of Cincinnati. This is an event not to be missed – come join us live at the Taft Center (box lunch) or virtually on Friday March 11th from 11:45am-1:15pm. All-Ivy event.
Free to HC Cincinnati members, boxed lunch included
$15 for non-member alumni, guests and parents, boxed lunch included
Virtual attendance is free.
In-person with your own lunch is free.
Please choose a lunch option when you register. Question appears at the end.
Turkey Cheddar Box Lunch
Oven-roasted turkey breast and cheddar cheese served on wheat with a homemade side of the day and cookie
Brisket with Caramelized Onions and White Cheddar Panini
Stout braised beef brisket topped with Caramelized onions and White Cheddar. Grilled on sourdough and served warm. Includes side of the day and cookie.
Buffalo Chicken Wrap Box Lunch
Mildly spiced pulled Buffalo Chicken topped with Aynie's Bleu Cheese Coleslaw and lettuce. Served in a wrap with a side of the day and cookie.
Hearty Vegetarian option stuffed in a wrap with fresh Seasonal Veggies, Pickled Red Onions, Aynie's Hummus made with Organic Chickpeas and White Cheddar Cheese. Box includes a side of the day and cookie.
Jan-Michele Kearney was born in Cincinnati and is a proud graduate of Cincinnati Public Schools (Rockdale Elementary and Walnut Hills High School). She is honored to serve the residents of the city she loves.
Moira Weir is the first woman to lead the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, managing programs and partnerships to help local families move on a path out of poverty with the bold, long-term vision of breaking the cycle of poverty across the region.
Thinking about becoming a Harvard Club of Cincinnati member but just haven’t yet? Did you know that for the remainder of this season almost all the events are free to members (*excluding annual and shore dinners) and even for those that have a charge, the fees are reduced to cover only partial costs. As a non-member you are paying for events that you could be coming to for free. Why not support the Harvard Club of Cincinnati and help us build future events? Consider joining today!!!
Women's History Month (womenshistorymonth.gov)
Masks: Taft requires anyone unvaccinated to wear a mask indoors. The Harvard Club encourages attendees to wear a mask for the program (unless eating or drinking), following current Harvard University guidelines (moderator and speakers excepted).
About the Taft Center
Located on the second floor of the US Bank Tower across from Fountain Square, the 7,000-square-foot Taft Center serves as a meeting and conference site, as well as a reception space for networking events and mixers hosted by Taft clients and guests. Longtime residents of downtown Cincinnati, Taft and its clients and other stakeholders can enjoy “front porch” city views as they partake in meetings, seminars, social events and community causes. In fact, the firm’s own involvement in civic and community organizations helped inspire the multi-purpose space.
Thank you to Taft for partnering with the Harvard Club of Cincinnati to present this important community program.
Directions: From the lobby level, take the escalator to the second floor and turn immediately left. Enter through the double glass doors.
From the elevators, turn left and flow around until you see the escalators on your left. Taft's glass doors are straight ahead.