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We’re chatting with the founder of a coworking space located in the north suburbs that wants to make your work-from-home life a whole lot easier.

Working from home, while convenient, isn’t always easy. The work-from-home struggles are even more apparent since the COVID-19 outbreak and the closure of office buildings and employees now staying home. 

Brian Burgett found frustration in working from home and opened up Queen City Coworking, a small shared workspace in Sharonville. 

“I tend to get distracted easily and end up in the backyard playing with the puppy or at the refrigerator looking for something to eat,” he says. “So, I decided I was going to find a coworking space so I could get some work done.”

Coworking was something that Burgett found interest in more than a decade ago after reading about it in a magazine.

“I did some research and could only find a couple of coworking spaces and they were in downtown Cincinnati,” he says. “They were awesome, but just too far for me to drive on a daily basis and head back to appointments in the northern suburbs. So I decided to get an office bigger than I needed and offer to share it with others in the same circumstance.”

That’s when Burgett happened upon an office available in Executive Park, just off the interstate. 

The office has an open space, five offices, a large kitchen, and a training room. Currently, two of the offices are used for meeting room space, two as private offices, and one as a “tech room” with three Dedcicated Desks that currently house a few internet startups. 

“Queen City Coworking was designed to be an inexpensive office for startups, small businesses, and contract workers in the suburbs,” he says. “We have all the amenities you will need for your business. We have meeting and training rooms, great wifi, a copier/printer, private work areas, and all the coffee and bottled water you can drink. We have great people and interesting water cooler talk. It’s like the best office you have ever worked at minus the nasty boss! All of our members get 24/7 access via a Golden Key.”

Burgett says Queen City Coworking offers an affordable “Meeting Space Membership” that doesn’t provide a desk but it does give members the ability to use the space for meetings, events, or training. “COVID has slowed this membership, but some are finding it useful to bring in clients after hours or during the weekend when the building is empty,” he adds.

With the COVID-19 outbreak, Burgett says he moved things around in the coworking space so that there are private areas to allow for social distancing. 

Burgett says that in the near future he hopes to find a second location where Queen City Coworking can offer more private offices and space for larger events. 

You can learn more about Queen City Coworking at You can also follow along on Facebook

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See how an OTR brewery building is being transformed into a commercial mixed-use hub focused on innovation, diversity, inclusion and creativity. 

A former OTR brewery space is now bubbling over with innovation as a rentable space for urban manufacturers. 

Felsenhaus is “a 45,000 square-foot history brewery building being transformed into a commercial mixed-use hub in OTR with a focus on innovation, diversity, inclusion and creativity. It has both small and large offices, retail and commercial spaces available. It’s used by photographers and videographers for shoots and we have had feature films and commercials shot on site,” says Shane and Dena Neuringer, who both serve multiple roles at Felsenhaus. 

The business started three years ago, when they purchased the Felsenhaus property. “The property was partially owner-occupied and had several third-party tenants and we’ve been working on re-tenanting and upgrading the building,” Neuringer says. “We’ve been in the commercial real estate development, architecture and construction business for over 20 years. As entrepreneurs, we’ve been at it for almost 10 years. Shane’s background is more in acquisitions, development and finance, and Dena has an architectural background and has been working in construction management with firms like Turner Construction.”

Felsenhaus is located three blocks from Findlay Market at: 242 W. McMicken Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

The business was inspired by projects going on around the country. “We’ve seen very creative and innovative projects all over the country act as catalysts for the revitalization of neighborhoods and local economic development. We’ve seen neighborhoods all over the country where industry faded away and left behind urban blight transformation into thriving districts. Places like the Meatpacking District, West Chelsea/Highline and Williamsburg in NYC, Wynwood, South Beach and Downtown in Miami, Downtown LA, The Distillery District in Toronto and RiNo in Denver. The list goes on and now places like Cincinnati have the opportunity to have once-blighted neighborhoods thrive once again by bringing back small businesses, innovation, entertainment and housing to walkable urban areas,” they say. “The Midwest is experiencing a Renaissance and as a small development group, we see an opportunity to be part of something where we felt we could make more of a difference in the community. Also, we’ve seen a tremendous amount of change in the way people live, work and socialize. A lot of the old models of how real estate worked and how people do business are outdated. There is tremendous opportunity to provide flexible spaces, cater to the gig and sharing economy, provide interesting experiences and help the city to embrace its historic industrial past as an anchor to creating the next phase of innovation and economic success.” 

The name of the business came from being part of the Clyffside and Redtop Brewery building complexes. “One of their premier beer was called Felsenhaus, which is painted on the front of the building,” Neuringer says. “We wanted to pay tribute to the heritage of the building and the historic industry of the neighborhood and put fresh perspective on it.”

Felsenhaus offers different kinds of space, including: office space, photo and video shoot locations, storage and especially space for entrepreneurs and small businesses we call ‘urban manufacturers’- artisans, makers, and fabricators who are making things here, warehousing, shipping/receiving, etc.,” they say. 

The business’s spaces are unique because they have a lot of amenities available under one roof. “You can roll up your sleeves and get your work done. The most valuable aspect is being immersed within an inclusive and innovative community of other makers, urban manufacturers and creatives,” Neuringersays. “We also have a really convenient location right across from a park, great views and the historic character of the building really seems to inspire people. We have shared amenities like on-site parking, a full kitchen, conference roomand podcast room. We also have four loading docks, a freight and a passenger elevator.”

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there hasn’t been as much leasing activity and less shared worspaces at the moment. “We are now focusing more on private workspaces, but still offer shared amenity spaces so the aspect of community is still very much part of what we are all about,” they say. “Our initial plan included a much larger component of event and food and beverage space. We look forward to coming back to that in the future, but our emphasis now is much more on providing space for people to get to work: urban manufacturing, studios, office space, warehousing, storage and fulfillment. We are also wearing masks in common areas and in meetings and providing hand sanitizer to help reduce the risk of COVID.”

Inclusion is so important to Felsenhaus. “You would be surprised by how hard it is for makers, these urban manufacturers and creatives, to find a place they feel is a good value, where they have a sense of feeling included, part of a community and feel inspired,” Neuringer says. “We operate in an area of OTR that has not seen the same amount of investment from the city and the large local developers. That may change in the future, but right now, we are offering a place where people can make a living for themselves, provide employment opportunities, especially for people right here in the neighborhood.”

To learn more about Felsenhaus, follow them on FacebookInstagram and their website.

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Cincinnati is the 14th best city when it comes to female-owned small businesses, with the  highest-earning net incomes surpassing $44,000, according to Volusion. However, being minimally staffed, most of them usually have their  hands full with running the day-to-day. If you are a small business owner, chances are, you might not have thought of building an online presence yet. Check out these 3 major ways small businesses can benefit from an online presence. 
Building A Rapport With Your Client Base
Businesses big and small can benefit from the relationship-building functions of social media and the internet as a whole. People want to interact with entities that they can relate to and see as just as human as themselves. Having an online presence is your prime opportunity to exhibit that your business is made up of people just like them.
Likewise, it’s your chance to get to know your client base. Your clientele can be split into a number of demographics and archetypes. Knowing a bit of basic information on each, such as their likes and dislikes, will help you cater to their needs in a more focused and personal way. 
Marketing And Advertising
Social media also stands as one of the best ways to advertise your services nowadays. People are constantly on social media, so it’s a lot more likely for your ads to reach them there. This goes especially if they’ve searched for similar things before. Managing social media accounts and building your own business website is crucial for giving your customers the information they need to know. This includes product and service details, photos, service areas, and more. With an online presence, that can all be done in a few minutes of browsing, even after business hours.
Those are just the basics of marketing you can do online. You can also arrange special online events where you can showcase new products, host interactive seminars, and do other promotions. That and more can be made possible by a user-friendly,  full-featured virtual event platform. The importance of an online presence in marketing could not be stressed enough.  Around 67% of social media users say they made a purchase after seeing an ad on social media, reports The Manifest.
Making The Sale
Last but not least, an online presence makes it easier than ever for your customer to make the purchase, and for you to make the sale. Even a basic online store on Facebook streamlines the browsing and buying process enough to make it enticing to your clients. We’re all drawn in by the easy buy. It’s why so many people binge-shop on sites like Amazon.
Another thing that attracts customers to online shopping is speedy delivery and customer service. Modern location-sharing services can help you arrange a pickup or deliver products and services right to clients’ doorsteps. Social media allows for fantastic customer service by letting you constantly be online. This way, you can converse with clients and take special care to address their desires.
Online presences are simply another upgrade to add to your business assets. It’s just like trading in an old mechanical cash register for a digital one back in the day. It’s in the nature of businesses to get with the times and become more lucrative.

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Two local experts are teaming up to help entrepreneurs revamp their website, branding, beautiful images, and social media strategy in just one day. Read on for more.

Branding is key for businesses, especially in today’s digital-dependent world. But it’s confusing to know where to start and overwhelming to think about how long it’ll take once you do. 

Enter, the One Day Brand Makeover. It’s a new service that aims to revamp and launch your brand, website, and imagery in a hands-on, one-day makeover. This unique concept is the brainchild of Kaleigh Turner, Cincinnati-based brand stylist / educator, web designer, Certified Showit Design Partner, and Amanda Donaho, Cincinnati-based brand mentor, photographer, and founder of the IlluminareRetreat for female business owners. 

This branding duo originally came up with the concept while taking part in their own one-day brand makeover. “It wasn’t long ago that we sat side-by-side as she created my new branding and website – in a day,” says Donaho. “She (Turner) was able to crawl around in my mind and put to paper the ideas I had but couldn’t express well. The back and forth between us at her computer allowed her to get fast feedback from me and left to amazing branding and web design done in a flash. Together, we’ve taken the guesswork out of the process. We’ve created an experience that will leave no piece of our client’s brand untouched. Head-to-toe, they’ll have a perfect look that truly represents the business they’ve spent so much time creating.” 

What types of services will be included in the day? There are over 15 services that will offered for clients to take part in to revamp their business. Turner and Donaho will assist in: 6-part Brand assessment to refine your message and brand vibe, Designing new custom primary and secondary logo workmarks made with your ideal client in mindleading into your one-day makeover, Color Palette and Font selections, Implementation of your new brand images, Website launch, Modern headshots that represent you and your brand, 3-5 outfits / looks, Fully customized Showit template restyle (from Kaleigh Turner Creative’s high-end templates) Wardrobe consultation, Personalized social media strategy and coaching session, and more. 

For a complete list of services, you can visit their website: The One-Day Brand Makeover will take place five minutes from downtown Cincinnati in Donaho’s new studio space. “For our out-of-town clients, we will send a travel guide prior to their makeover so they’ll be well-equipped with information on the best places to stay, visit, and eat while in the Queen City,” says Donaho.

The journey to watch The One Day Brand Makeover come to life has been a journey for both Donaho and Turner. “For me, it’struly two-fold: I get to do what I love by giving people what they’ve always wanted, a brand that will elevate their business and bring in their dream clients, while working with my ridiculously talented friend, Amanda,” says Turner. “We work really well together and that’s part of what makes this experience so unique – our clients will get both of us, together, side-by-side as we bounce ideas off of each other in real-time.”

“I’m so passionate about helping entrepreneurs break through the noise to dig into their unique skill-set & offer that to the world in a way that attracts their ideal client,” says Donaho. “I love seeing everything come together in one day – and sending someone out our studio doors with not just a beautiful brand, but the knowledge of how to continue to implement their new brand going forward.  Kaleigh and I have a combined experience of 26 years in our respective fields, and the combination of knowledge we bring to the table makes this makeover dynamite.” 

For more information, visit

To stay connected with Kaleigh Turner, visit & Instagram and Facebook

To stay connected with Amanda Donaho, visit & Instagram and Facebook

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Learn more about a new gallery boutique bringing a breath of fresh air to New Richmond by showcasing the work of more than 100 local and regional artists.

The Collective is a brand-new gallery boutique that has been a breath of fresh air for New Richmond, Ohio in times such as these. This local shop features the work of over 100 local and regional artists, making it the perfect place to treat yourself or a loved one while supporting a local, handmade and small business. 

The mind and owner behind The Collective is Aly Stacy. “I feel we have built something special with The Collective. I wanted to bring the magic of the art shows that I have been a part of with my other company, KreativeMindz, to a store, while also helping to revitalize my community and town,” says Stacy. “I am hoping The Collective will help make New Richmond a destination, outside of the city, while supporting local and regional artists, along with the handmade and small business movement. It’s home to such unique small businesses and breathtaking views.”

The Collective opened its doors to the public on June 27, 2020. Their unique store holds the work of over 100 local artists, with more being added over the next few weeks. Their product lines range from bath and body, coffee and cottage foods, apparel and jewelry, upcycled and fine art, toys, paintings, pottery and more. There is a special gift for everyone at The Collective. “I had no idea I was surrounded by so many creatives and talent, their work is amazing.”

It has been a unique journey for Stacy to find local artists for the storefront. “In the beginning, I reached out to my favorites and scoured local and virtual markets for new makers. I am looking for a specific quality and presentation, as well as a wide variety of work. Today, we are accepting artist submissions via our website.” The inspiration and creativity of the local artist is the heart of The Collective. While they have only been open for a few weeks, the local shop has brought life to the old German church The Collective now calls home.

“One of my favorite parts in launching The Collective has been watching the hope I have seen it bring to so many customers and artists,” says Stacy. “They are inspired by the space; I see them connecting with a particular pieces and artist statements and brings a smile to their face. With so much goodness under one roof, it is hard not to feel something.”

The Collective is located at 411 Walnut Street in New Richmond, OH. They are open Wednesday – Saturday, 11-6pmand Sunday, 12 – 4pm. 

To connect with The Collective, follow them on Facebook and Instagram and visit their website,

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See how two local women are disrupting the money conversation through experiential education, laughter, storytelling and emotional freedom.

Your financial future and truly understanding the value of your money can be stressful, confusing and daunting. SheMoolah is here to help with the tools and support you need to take the reins and be the “SheHero” of your life. 

SheMoolah is a partnership between financial experts Liz Kitchell and Dawn Parks. Together, they have over 50 years of experience, stemming from every angle in the financial industry. When Kitchell and Parks crossed paths a couple of years ago, SheMoolah was born. 

“Together, we saw an opportunity to bring our combined skills and experience together to disrupt the money conversation people have about women and that women have about themselves,” says Kitchell and Parks. A unique aspect of SheMoolah is there focus on disruption through experiential education, laughter, storytelling and emotional freedom when it comes to the topic of money. 

SheMoolah offers a variety of programs, each specific to one’s current financial journey. Their programming takes place on a wide scale, including Zoom, consultations, public speaking events, and conferences. Some examples of their programming include, Understanding Your Money Archetype: 90-minute workshops to introduce participants to the concept of “money personality.”

Embracing Your Money Personality: 4-week, highly interactive Zoom-based program for participants to understand the power of your “money personality” they have developed. Crack Your Money Code: 6-week examination of how your established “money personality” impacts your future. One Day Intensives: 1-day, intensive workshop celebrating important money conversations that provide a strong foundation one’s life. SheMoolah Mastermind: 6-month journey with coaching and peer-to-peer coaching for one to uncover their next steps with the SheStory mindset. For more information on their various programming, visit their website (coming soon) at

“Since starting we have helped hundreds of people at SheMoolah,” says Kitchell and Parks. “We select tools based on what participants want to disrupt regarding their money story. The number of clients and impact we’ve made in previous coaching and consulting is several million dollars in impact.”

Their multi-modal practice includes tools such as meditation, journaling, mind-mapping and many more. “It is so exciting to see women pursue their dreams and find the financial support and guidance they need to get there. When participants step into their own power and create their own dreams, it is an amazing and tremendous award.”

To stay connected with SheMoolah, follow them on Facebook and Instagram. You can also visit their site (coming soon) at

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From tutoring and subscription boxes to birthday parties and Parents Night Out events, see how one local company is providing unique, hands-on resources for a lifetime of learning.

The idea behind Strive Academy, LLC. sparked from a simple conversation between two middle school teachers. Today, it has impacted nearly 500 local children, and families worldwide have taken part in hands-on learning for life-long learners. 

Strive Academy, LLC.encompasses STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) based learning and activities to engage learners of all levels. “Using STEAM, students will be able to increase their creativity, ask questions, and be innovative,” says Strive Academy founders Amber Hawk and Emily Hunt. “As certified teachers, we know how important it is for students to increase their problem-solving skills through hands-on learning. These skills will help our next generation change the world for the better.”

Strive Academy, LLC. offers parent’s nights out events, birthday parties, tutoring, after-school programming, summer camps, and just recently released, STEAM box subscriptions. “We have been established in the Cincinnati area since the summer of 2018,” says Hawk and Hunt. “Each year, we have expanded our offerings based on family interests and needs.”

Since inception, children and families in the Cincinnati area have been engaging in its Strive Academy’s STEAM learning through a multitude of services, such as:  

  • Parent’s Night Out: 3-hour activity time for kids on select Friday nights for hands-on STEAM games, challenges and activities. 
  • Birthday Parties: 8 fun themes available with the option to host in home or on location at Strive Academy, LLC. 
  • Tutoring: In-person and virtual tutoring for a variety of ages and subjects. 
  • STEAM Subscription Box: 4 hands-on STEAM activities, shipped right to your door each month. Materials and video instructions included.

Strive Academy LLC offers many more services and activities for all ages, visit for a complete list. At Strive Academy LLC., STEAM learning is encouraged outside of the classroom and welcomed into homes, with over 40 free activities on their site, brand-new subscription box model, math bundles, and the option to custom design a program that is best fit your group to match its needs. 

“Some of our favorite activities are lava lamps, volcanoes, paper airplane challenges, squishy circuits, chromatography, and solar ovens,” says Hawk and Hunt. “We love watching children have fun when we give them the freedom to be creative and imaginative. In most aspects of life, they have so many constraints, so it is incredible to see what they can do when given the opportunity.” 

The best way for families to become involved is to visit and stay up to date by registering for the latest programming by joining the email list. You can also follow along on Twitter and Facebook, visit their website or email them at

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A Cincinnati-based company producing cinematic stories is harnessing the power of commercial film to connect brands with their audiences around the world.

Since 2011, Barking Squirrel Media has been using the power of cinematic storytelling to connect audiences all over the globe.

Their talented team takes corporate videos to new heights by combining the oldest form of communication known to humanity (storytelling) and the most modern technological form of engagement (film making), according to their company’s mission statement. “Since the beginning, our goal has been to make corporate films that change the way people think about a product or service,” says Barking Squirrel’s President and Producer David K. Bray. “We have a history of creating commercial films that engage hearts, change minds and inspire measurable action.” 

Barking Squirrel Media has produced thousands of videos since the beginning, filming in over 24 countries on 4 continents. While they have not shied away from adventuring outside of the city, they have never lost touch with their Cincinnati roots. 

“I came to Cincinnati from North Carolina to go to UC’s College-Conservatory of Music. After a number of years of living in the area, I fell in love with Cincinnati, the area, culture, OTR, start-up incubators, professional sports, and so much more,” says Bray. “While I have been offered many positions over the country throughoutthe years, I have always turned them down, so I could live in the city of my choice, Cincinnati, Ohio. There is no place on earth I would rather live and base my company out of.” 

Barking Squirrel’s client list is very robust and continues to grow, seeing as it includes companies such as P&G, Amazon, DHL, Kroger, Miami University, St. Elizabeth Health Care, Northern Kentucky University, and Perfetti Van Melle. At Barking Squirrel Media, collaboration and synergy are key, seeing as they welcome creatives into the process and maintain many partnerships with companies such as iHeart Media, Agar, Culture Monster, YGB, and Ashire Communications. 

Their cinematic storytelling is unique to each client, whether it be an educational film, corporate film, humorous film, non-profit film, testimonial film or product film. A company like this is no one-man-show. 30+ sub-contractors, overseen by three core staff,specializing as gaffers, art directors, make-up artists, script writers, and many other specialties make the magic happen. How does the process work to make the videos? There is a five-step holistic approach that guides Barking Squirrel throughout the producing process:

1. Discovery: Becoming inspired by the client’s story and theuncovering the best approach to tell it. 
2. Pre-Production: Preparing every detail of the shoot and creating the script, storyboard, and talent.
3. Production: Filming the project (duration dependent on the scope of the project) by an award-winning team.
4. Post-Production: Editing video, enhancing audio, creating scores, and animating graphics using cutting edge technology and equipment. 
5. Distribution: Ensuring the film gets to the right people, on the right platform, at the right time using the correct marketing strategy.

To find out more about the producing process, visit Barking Squirrel’s website. “I love everything involved in film making. To be fulfilled, I need to be creative, collaborate with people and create something that allows people to truly think. It is safe to say I am fulfilled every day.” says Bray. “My favorite films are the ones we create about people that struggled, but through the help of others, overcame all of their obstacles and rose up. A film that encapsulates that was for Hamilton City Schools and particularly Nate Lampley.”

There are many ways for you to stay connected with Barking Squirrel Media. 

Visit their website:

Follow them on InstagramFacebookVimeo, and Youtube.

Find out more about their company and process by visiting their client deck.

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Ready to take the next step toward reaching your goals and creating the life you've always dreamed about? Learn about an upcoming workshop that connects, inspires, and engages.

Beginning June 22, Melissa Kirkpatrick of Find Your Own Drive is launching a two-week mastermind workshop. The workshop gives you access to the mastermind sessions, a self-care package of organic, handcrafted products from Earthganics, and a 21-day mindfulness daily email package. 

The workshop, called Progress Toward A Purpose – Successful Principles for Manifesting From Quarantine and Beyond, provides life-changing work that will not only inspire and motivate but also take you into the best version of yourself.

“When the pandemic happened, I wanted to help and what I could do to support others in this fearful time of their life and it became evident that I needed to offer a vision board workshop to focus beyond their current circumstances and manifest from quarantine a life that they love more than ever,” says Kirkpatrick. “And I did just that by donating my time to create the Virtual Vision Board Workshops. With over 300 registrations I knew my gift offered hope!”

Self-care package from Earthganics

The new workshop is a new idea following Kirkpatrick’s previous Vision Board workshops. “I started thinking how can I help these individuals further,” she says. “What seemed evident was that I need it to be able to personally connect with them and help them as they develop these vision boards and also create more effectively from a place of understanding the connection between their thoughts and actions.”

Kirkpatrick knew that she wanted to help others find progress toward a purpose, which led her to establish eight principles that she knows works and will offer others a cornerstone from getting from here to there quicker and more easily. 

The format for the mini-mastermind workshop includes motivated individuals who are ready to take action toward emerging from the pandemic strong and well-equipped to succeed. “Collectively the energy will ignite the power to achieve your goals faster,” adds Kirkpatrick. “I believe when we work as a group we can discover what is or isn’t working that may be someone else’s concern. The mastermind approach is the perfect way to engage, learn, and share with one another.”

The original price of the workshop is $147, but Kirkpatrick is offering it from $97 until midnight on June 19. Participants will receive a workbook with daily lessons, mentorship from Kirkpatrick, accountability, and support to make game-changing progress toward a purpose that will bring about the life you’ve always wanted.

You can take back your life and make real progress toward your desire future by registering for the mini-mastermind workshop at

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Learn more about this unique, web-based video series inspiring the next generation of scientists by focusing on science happening right in your backyard. 

Cincinnati is a unique city full of amazing sites, great eats and even curious scientists. Each day, new discoveries are made by scientists both around the world and in back yards across Greater Cincinnati. 

Science Around Cincy is a web-based series highlighting engineers, researchers and scientists and their distinctive work and passion. The platform is geared towards 4-8th graders, but anyone curious about the world is welcome to join in on the fun. “Our platform is all about inspiring the next generation of curious scientists and engineers,” says Science Around Cincy Founder and Host, Chris Anderson. “There is so much to learn, and science is all around us, even here in the city!” 

Anderson began teaching science at Princeton High School in 2008, but made moved out of the classroom and began working as a coach with Hamilton County ESC in 2016. He started to write for a blog and several local publications when he realized his yearning to connect with his audience through visual storytelling, rather than just words on a page. He combined his love for teaching science and visual storytelling together and, with the help of amazing colleagues and community, Science Around Cincy launched. 

Science Around Cincy is made up of several different resources. “We have 7-9-minute main episodes highlighting a broad array of scientists, bonus footage from the episodes, teacher resources and remote learning resources on our website,” says Anderson. “The topics covered in our episodes range from Frog Cryobiologists to a geneticist from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. We want kids to know that being a scientist means so much more than just wearing a lab coat, science can be found everywhere.” 

A project like this is no one-man-show. Anderson’s team is made up of 10 dedicated individuals, ranging from Northern Kentucky University interns to staff. Each member holds a specific role that is vital to making Science Around Cincy into what it is today. “My team is amazing, and I could not do what I do without them – I admire each one of them greatly,” says Anderson.

“My favorite part about Science Around Cincy has been the positive feedback from students. Being able to see the kids so intrigued and invested really brought home our mission statement to get kids excited about science,” Anderson says.

To stay connected with Science Around Cincy, follow them on Instagram and Twitter and visit their website, You can also check out all of their videos their YouTube channel.

*A special thank you to the Science Around Cincy team: John Gibson, Jordan Bardgett, Michael Pikar, Megan Mixon, Corinne Byrne, Arianna Manners, Kerry Stephans, Aria Brice, and Jason Houston.