This sixth edition of Who's Who In Black Cincinnati® is a continuation of a dream to celebrate and recognize the accomplishments of not only African Americans, but of the larger Cincinnati community which appreciates and values all we do to make Cincinnati a great city. This edition is a continuation of a great story about men and women who came before us, worked hard and made scarifies so that we would be able to pass on greater opportunities for success to the next generation. Cincinnati has a strong history of people working together, and supporting each other for the betterment of the entire community. This edition is a celebration of the successes and opportunities of each person included in it. We celebrate you and your story!
As we commemorate the many historic events that have occurred in America for African-American from the board rooms to the White House, I know that our ancestors who helped build America are very proud of where their sons and daughters have come.
It is our responsibility to work with our young folks to make sure that high school and college graduation rates increase, crime rates in our community are reduced, the impact of HIV/AIDS is confronted, and that we teach our young people the importance of being responsible and respectful.
I want to thank Darryl A. Peal for writing the Introduction and Jason Dunn for writing the Foreword for this edition. Thanks to our sponsors and advertisers for their support and we truly value you for your commitment to diversity and inclusion.
Please enjoy this sixth edition of Who's Who In Black Cincinnati®. Share it with others, for truly, the story continues…
Carter D. Womack