Rachel Rothstein was born and raised in Cincinnati,ohio and went to Miami University and studied anthropolgy and religion. She currently works at The Mayerson Foundation and is a contributing photographer at City Beat. Read Rachel's Featured Voice segment here
Cole Imperi started Doth Brands while she was still in college. What once was a one-woman show has grown into a network of dozens of talented professionals in-house and across the globe. Since founding Doth Brands, Cole has been a proponent of inbound marketing. She is known for her ‘"ess is more" approach and minimalistic—yet bold—design style. Cole is a 200-hour certified yoga teacher and a retired roller-derby skater. She is an award-winning design professional and business owner.
Michael Loban is a VP of InfoTrust, LLC a digital marketing and web development agency that helps organizations analyze, increase and convert web traffic. Michael conducts dozens of trainings and seminars on various aspects of digital marketing, social media and blog marketing. Over 2,500 people from various business industries have attended his programs. This year, he is scheduled to speak at several national conferences on the topic of social marketing and the ROI of online advertisement.
David Cobey graduated from Princeton University in 2007 with a degree in quantitative economics. Since graduation, he has worked for a non-profit in rural Guatemala and in business strategy at a Philadelphia startup. When he is not working in politics, he loves kayaking, running, traveling and trying to make the world a better place.
There are two ways to write for David’s Voice! Simply write…or take it a step further and become a David’s Amp.
As you know, David’s Voice is primarily an online vehicle, so we’d like to create some presence and awareness in the community. We also are strong believers that David’s Voice is all about our writers. As a result, we’ve come up with the idea to have “David’s Amps,” or key champions of David’s Voice, who would go to key Jewish and non-Jewish events in Cincinnati. We will still have “our voices,” or our writers, but if you feel passionate about amplifying the Cincinnati community, take it a step further and become a David’s Amp!
What Does This Mean For You?
We will do our best to ensure you can attend and represent David’s Voice at key events or things going on in Cincinnati that you’re interested in (and that are in line with David’s Voice mission and goals) at highly subsidized or no cost. You could do anything from blog about the event live on David’s Voice, record video footage including interviews of people, and/or pass out David’s Voice materials, to write a post-event article about your experience on David’s Voice. And perhaps most importantly, besides giving you more “accessibility” to the events you’re interested in, you will have visibility on David’s Voice and in Cincinnati as a young thinker and thought-leader. In other words, David’s Voice gives you a platform to brand yourself in the Cincinnati community. You just need to be ready to go for it!
You can become a “David’s Amp” for a variety of categories or you can focus on whatever interests you. Here are some categories:
Community Growth and Innovation (example, young professional events or lectures)
Youth & Family
Music and Arts
Fitness & Sports
Home & Design
If you’re interested in learning more about becoming one of David’s Amps, please email Mike Sarason, David’s Voice Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.