Rea N. Walden
Rea N. Waldon, Ph.D. is President/CEO of KDDK Legacy Group LLC. KDDK focuses on coaching business owners about how to identify and document policies and procedures that ensure operational excellence. Prior to establishing KDDK, Dr. Waldon was Chief Operating Officer for the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio. She also served as Executive Director of the Ohio River Valley Women’s Business Council, a Regional Partner Organization for the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).
Dr. Waldon has a solid background in strategic planning as well as work experience in banking, education, workforce development, healthcare, business and community development. Prior to joining the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio she was as a community development officer for PNC Bank. Dr. Waldon has been recognized as a Cincinnati Business Courier Mentor of the Year and is the recipient of the Women of Color Foundation’s ISIS Award. She currently serves the board of the Cincinnati Development Fund and was a member of WBENC’s Board of Directors. She is also involved in several community based boards and committees.
Dr. Waldon received her Ph.D. from the Union Institute and University where her studies focused on public policy and urban economics. She also holds a M.A. from Antioch College in Management Information Systems and a Bachelor B.S. in Accounting from the Union Institute and University. In addition, she has received and participated in industry based training including Retail Bank Management, Experiential Classroom training for entrepreneurs and Non Profit Leadership development.
My Name is Vickie Jackson and I am a Bond Hill native of 50+ yrs. I’m honored to have been recently elected as the Vice President of the Bond Hill Community Council.
I attended Bond Hill Elementary School, Crest Hills Jr. High School and graduated from Woodward High School in 1977. I also attended the University of Cincinnati where I majored in Medical Science. My amazing Son Brandon Jackson served in the Ohio Army National Guard and did a tour of duty in Iraq (2002-2003). In 2006, my son Brandon passed away but lives on because he was an organ and tissue donor. Brandon’s gift saved 7 lives.
In 2010, I retired to pursue my love for pets as a professional Pet Sitter and became a LifeCenter Ambassador. These opportunities are very rewarding and for my efforts I have been honored with the LifeCenter Champion for life Award and the LifeCenter Theodore E. Smith award in Recognition of Service Promoting Organ & Tissue Donations in the Tri-State area. I was also honored as a hometown Hero by the University of Cincinnati & LifeCenter in 2013 & 2015.
I have also held several elected positions as a Bond Hill / Roselawn Precinct Executive (2014) and Board Member of the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission (2014). In addition to the aforementioned, I am currently a volunteer with the Office of Human Relations and a member of the City of Cincinnati’s Animal Task Force, the Cincinnati Citizens on Patrol, Gold Star Military Mom which focuses on Grief Support Programs for Veterans and Military Families, T.A.P.S (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) and ASPS (American Suicide Prevention Society).
I have many wonderful friends and family members here and look forward to working together to create a proactive and productive community. Together we will embrace diversity, be financially strong, economically connected, and will leave no one without a VOICE.
The 2018 Bond Hill Committee is focused on listening and creating great partnerships. Our goal is to improve the quality of life in Bond Hill. Together we can shape & change the climate in our neighborhood, increase public safety, and improve police-community relations. Our objective is to empower residents strategically with mutual trust which is the core component to reinforcing our social fabric.
We have a lot of work to do. I invite you to join me. Together we “Are The BOND”.
Wei Liu is originally from New York City, but he and his family have proudly called Bond Hill their home since their arrival to Cincinnati nearly three years ago.
He is presently the Manager of Safety and Security Services for The Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County (“PLCH”). In that role, he directs all security operations for the library and oversees all aspects of physical and electronic security throughout the 41 distinct locations that the system comprises of. Moreover, Wei manages a security team consisting of PLCH employees, City of Cincinnati police officers, Hamilton County deputy sheriffs, and contract security guards.
Prior to moving to Bond Hill, Wei served for over a decade in a variety of law enforcement and investigative capacities, inclusive of supervisory functions, for agencies such as the New York City Police Department, Spring Creek Towers of Public Safety, and the New York City Department of Education.
He is a Fall 2017 graduate of the United Way Board Orientation and Leadership Program and is currently serving as a trustee on the board of the American Legacy Theatre.
Wei holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and is a cum laude graduate of The City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Rhonda J. Hudson is a native of Cincinnati, OH and has been a Bond Hill resident for over 20 years.
She brings over 30 years of experience in accounting and tax preparation.
Attended: Woodward High School
University of Cincinnati