PO Box 325, Newport, KY 410720325

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Organizations Filed Purposes: To create opportunities for individuals and families to reach self-sufficiency through family support services, education, employment, and leadership. We will achieve this mission by creating an environment that rewards excellence and innovation, encourages mutual respect, and maximizes resources.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION programs serve infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-age children and their families through child development centers. Northern Kentucky Scholar House (NKSH), a partnership with Neighborhood Foundations, is a comprehensive, two-generation self-sufficiency program for single parent families that provides affordable housing, child development services (Early Scholars), and case management support as they pursue a degree in higher education. In Fiscal Year 2020, 426 individuals were served through Early Childhood Education programs. After 12 months of enrollment 100% of Bright Days and Early Scholars children were assessed age-appropriate for cognitive and language skills. 69 single parents at NKSH attended monthly life skills workshops, and 65 made measureable progress toward a degree.

FAMILY CENTER programs assist families to reach financial self-sufficiency through supportive intensive case management, training, and education. An emergency assistance program offers help with food through our Choice Food Pantry and USDA Commodities programs; clothing through our Clothing Closet and other basic needs through financial assistance. Every Child Succeeds (ECS) provides home visitation for first time moms. Home Instruction for Parents of Pre-school Youngsters (HIPPY) provides home visitation to families with children ages 3 to 5. In Fiscal Year 2020, 15,923 individuals were served through Family Center programs. Of those, 6,739 individuals received food, diapers, personal care items, or other basic necessities. 3,141 families accessed Emergency Assistance services, and 151 families participated in intensive case management services to work toward a plan for achieving self-sufficiency. 172 families participated in ECS, and 391 children and their families participated in HIPPY.

Our WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT serves trainees of the eight Northern Kentucky counties. Since April 1997, we have offered comprehensive and holistic training through the Center for Employment Training (CET). In Fiscal Year 2020, there were 546 individuals served through Workforce Development programs. Through the Center for Employment Training, 173 individuals received training and 78% secured employment. City Futures is a project in partnership with The Housing Authority of Covington in which career coaching, community supports, and financial coaching are available to the residents of City Heights, and served 334 individuals. Career Bridge, which served 39 individuals, brings together partners including nonprofits, education, and business partners to assist employers in providing their employees, future employees, and/or other under-employed individuals in our region gain a clear path out of poverty through internal career development.

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Tammy WeidingerPresident and CEO - Exited 1/29/2130$136,576
Wonda WinklerPresident and CEO40$114,254
June MillerChief Financial Officer36$107,816
Julie SparksTreasurer2$0
Dan GroneckSecretary2$0
Susan McdonaldChair2$0
Thomas StollVice Chair2$0
Wanda Walker-SmithDirector - Started 7/1/192$0
Jamie WagnerDirector - Started 7/1/192$0
Marianne Schmidt HurttDirector - Started 7/1/192$0
Lisa Yeardon CassonDirector - Started 7/1/192$0
Ken BlackburnDirector - Started 7/1/192$0
Christy AlwellDirector - Started 7/1/192$0
Damon AllenDirector2$0
Sophia DepenbrockDirector2$0
Dave KoeningerDirector2$0
Michael LakinDirector2$0
Ingrid WashingtonDirector2$0
Fred Haas IiiDirector2$0
Shannon O'Connell EganDirector2$0
Laura PleimanDirector2$0
Maida SessionDirector2$0
Jason ReedDirector2$0
J Rork WilliamsDirector2$0
Leyla PenaDirector2$0
Jill M ScherffDirector2$0
Ryan KingDirector2$0
Greta Hoffman-WalkerDirector2$0
Jim GarnerDirector2$0
Heidi MurleyDirector2$0
David R FleischerDirector2$0
Eric JohnsonDirector2$0
Alan C ThomasDirector2$0
Jodianne BroomallDirector2$0

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