UCYP: State of the City with Council Members Murray and Sittenfeld

The University of Cincinnati Young Professionals is hosting City of Cincinnati Council Members Amy Murray and PG Sittenfeld for a discussion about the job market for young professionals, economic development of the city, and the efforts they are taking to strengthen the partnership between the city and the university.

This event is complimentary, but please register in advance. Appetizers provided; beer, wine and spirits available for purchase

Monday, March 27
5:15 - 6:45 p.m.

Nicholson’s Tavern & Pub, The Terrace Room (Upstairs)
625 Walnut St.
Cincinnati, OH 45202


Complimentary with registration

RSVP Deadline: March 24

About Amy Murray

James AvantCouncilwoman Amy Murray is serving her first elected term for the City of Cincinnati. She had previously served on Cincinnati City Council in 2011, filling the seat of current Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel.

Councilwoman Murray is the Chair of the Major Transportation and Regional Cooperation Committee. She also serves as Vice Chair for both the Budget and Finance Committee and the Economic Growth and Infrastructure Committee. She is a member of the Street Car Committee.

Amy was appointed by City Council to the Cincinnati Planning Commission.

Amy's business experience includes 14 years with Procter & Gamble in Global Business Development, with much of her focus on Asia. She speaks fluent Japanese and has put it to good use as an independent consultant enabling companies to develop their Japanese business.

Amy has an extensive history of political involvement and a passion for diving into the issues when it comes to making Cincinnati a better place to live and work. As past President of Hyde Park Neighborhood Council, she worked closely with residents, business and the city to bring about positive change.

Amy is focused on job creation and making Cincinnati a more business-friendly city. She believes that in order to keep Cincinnati moving forward, we must keep our neighborhoods safe, promote a climate for businesses to thrive and prioritize basic services.

She is an advocate for the taxpayer and believes the city should live within its means, just as the citizens and taxpayers of Cincinnati do. Amy is a believer in long-range planning and a robust budgeting process. Fiscal responsibility, economic development and strong public safety are fundamental to her vision for a prosperous and livable Cincinnati.

Amy has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Arizona State University. She resides in Hyde Park with her husband, two sons and dog Samantha.

About PG Sittenfeld

James AvantP.G. Sittenfeld is serving in his second term as a member of Cincinnati City Council, after finishing first in the 2013 City Council Election. P.G. is the Chair of the Education & Entrepreneurship Committee and also serves on the Budget & Finance Committee and the Major Transportation & Regional Cooperation Committee.

P.G. is focused on making Cincinnati economically competitive, seeing that citizens receive high-quality basic services, and ensuring that our local government lives within its means.

Born and raised in Cincinnati, after graduating from Seven Hills School, P.G. attended Princeton University, and earned a Marshall Scholarship for graduate school at Oxford University.

Following work experiences at Google and Time Magazine, P.G. returned to his hometown to become the Assistant Director of the Community Learning Center Institute. All across Cincinnati, P.G. works to help turn schools -- otherwise unused in the afternoons and evenings -- into hubs of neighborhood activity offering health, educational, cultural and recreational opportunities for students, families and the surrounding community.


Russell Best, DAAP '09, '15
Senior Director, Alumni Relations, Constituent Engagement

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