NKY Chamber Announces VP of Talent Strategies, Women’s Initiative Assistant and Events Specialist

FORT MITCHELL, Ky. — The Northern Kentucky Chamber of Commerce (NKY Chamber) is proud to announce the hiring of three new individuals whose work will continue to ensure the vitality and vibrancy of the NKY Metro.

Nancy Spivey

Nancy Spivey assumed the role of Vice President of Talent Strategies on Monday, April 11. She joins Kyle Frizzell, the new NKY Chamber Events Specialist who started on Monday, March 28; and Holly Nibert, Programs/Events Assistant for the Women’s Initiative, which began Monday, April 4.

Spivey is a familiar face in the NKY Chamber, having served as the Executive Director of IMPACT NKY from 2000 to 2014. In this role, she oversaw the NKY Chamber’s efforts in the area of ​​workforce, leadership and education. Most recently, Spivey served as vice president of development for the YWCA of Greater Cincinnati and director of marketing for DBL Law.

In her role as Vice President of Talent Strategies, she will lead NKY Chamber’s workforce efforts to create and execute programs and services (in conjunction with Member Committees, Programs and Services) that meet the needs of employers. Additionally, she will help lead efforts with other key regional workforce partners to achieve the goals and results of Northern Kentucky’s Growing Regional Outcomes through Workforce (GROW NKY) initiative.

Holly Nibert

Nibert’s role as Programs and Events Assistant for the Women’s Initiative includes providing day-to-day administrative support, including committee assistance, communications, record keeping, planning and coordination. execution of events. A 2013 graduate of Morehead State University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in music education, K-12, she previously worked as the Newport Aquarium’s event services coordinator.

Kyle Frizzell

As Events Specialist, Frizzell will provide support for the planning and execution of NKY Chamber events in addition to serving as a liaison between programs and departments. He graduated in 2014 from Eastern Kentucky University where he received his Bachelor of Science in Recreation with a major in Travel, Tourism and Management. Prior to joining NKY Chamber, he spent five years working as an events coordinator for the Downtown Lexington Business Partnership. He recently worked as a recreation specialist for the Cincinnati Park Board.

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