Listen: NKY Chamber Leaders on Region's Unique Opportunities
The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce is without a permanent president.
Northern Kentucky University is without a permanent president.
The City of Covington, the region's largest, is without a permanent city manager.
The Carnegie, the region's largest arts and cultural center, is without a permanent executive director.
The number of high-profile vacancies in Northern Kentucky places the region in a unique position to have new or newer faces in important positions all at the same time.
But what does that mean?
As Northern Kentucky's urban cities and industrial sites see a resurgence in residential and business growth, and as CVG Airport finds itself amid an impressive turnaround, and as NKU athletics impress on a national scale, the region finds itself poised for new opportunities and a new image for itself.
Interim NKY Chamber president Brent Cooper and NKY Chamber board chairman Bob Heil join The River City News publisher Michael Monks to talk about what it all means.