Nikki Hollis Hired as Director of Employment Services

Cincinnati, OH, March 12, 2024 – Cincinnati Works announced today that Nikki Hollis has been hired as the new Director of Employment Services. In this role, she will develop new employer partnerships, create new innovative workforce pipelines, and manage our program services and staff to support Members in preparing for and obtaining employment.

With a passion for helping people, Nikki has more than 30 years of experience with creating programs that help individuals reach their full potential. She comes to Cincinnati Works from the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative where she served as the Chief Program Officer. In this role, she was responsible for all programs, including the Good Job Challenge Advanced Manufacturing, which helped graduating individuals enter the world of work with a career in Advanced Manufacturing.

“I’m thrilled to join Cincinnati Works and build on the incredible work that is already impacting employers across the tri-state area,” Ms. Hollis said.

Nikki is a visionary leader and approaches resolutions using a holistic approach. Her leadership style allows her to help those in need and encourages others to think on a much larger scale. Her valuable experiences and connections have helped her be impactful in the community she serves. She received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration from Tennessee State University, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University.

As Director of Employment Services, Nikki will lead a team who works closely matching our motivated and career-minded job seekers to high-quality jobs – generating long-term success for both our employer partners and our Members.

About Cincinnati Works:

Since the 1990s, Cincinnati Works has been committed to building a stronger workforce and helping area workers succeed. Partnering with a variety of employers, the organization assists workers in strengthening soft skills and building financial acumen to gain valuable career experience.

Cincinnati Works provides individualized education on a series of personal finance topics and addresses behavioral challenges that arise in the workplace. Financial coaching and money management education are key components of this effort, helping participants reach a greater level of stability. By taking such a holistic approach, the organization is positioning workers to thrive in the workplace on a long-term basis.

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