Success Stories

Deamonta Williams

Through the encouragement of his Cincinnati Works coach and a happy accident, Deamonta Williams found himself in a car with a man looking to fill a full-time position with good benefits. Through months of diligence and the support of his family, Williams was ready to take advantage of his accidental fortune. “This is how God …

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Steve Nutley

Steve Nutley connected with Cincinnati Works through the coach on-site at Kutol Products. At the time, he had no transportation, no credit and no savings. He was in danger of losing his job because he was missing work so often. He could not afford an Uber every day. But without a ride to work, he …

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Juanita Guilford

When Juanita Guilford was offered a job as a Patient Care Representative earlier this month, she declined it. After 11 years working in housekeeping at The Christ Hospital, the thought of switching roles made her nervous. Then Cincinnati Works coach Kristina Johnson showed her how the patient-care role fit her personality and her career goals. …

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Barry Hampton

As he kept a vigil beside his son’s hospital bed, Barry Hampton filled yellow legal pads with the thoughts that rushed through him. Prayers for his son’s health, anger at the incident that changed their lives, appreciation for the support system he had. He wrote when he woke up. He wrote on the bus to …

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Neesha Earles

Neesha Earles lost her job due to COVID-19 but not her perspective. She has held multiple positions as a nursing aide but longed for a career as a nurse, a goal she shared with Cincinnati Works financial coach Nina Vogt. The pandemic gave Earles time to think, and Vogt provided a sounding board. Earles decided …

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