CAA's 50th Anniversary Dinner

Saturday, November 1, 2014

6:00 - 10:00 PM

CAA will gather with corporate, community and civic partners to recognize exceptional community leaders, share a public report to the community, highlight last year's successes and consider what lies ahead. Commemorating 50 years of service, CAA is please to host Mark K. Shriver as our keynote speaker. Mark is an award winning author of the New York Times and Washington Post best-selling memoir, "A Good Man: Rediscovering My Father, Sargent Shriver." 

Online registration and payment for individual seats

Mail registration and check for individual seats

Corporate sponsorship info

Nonprofit sponsorship info

For questions, please contact Beth Cook at or at 513-569-1853.

CAA Hosts Free Legal Clinic

September, 8, 2014 - CAA will host the second Avondale-Bond Hill Legal Clinic at its Langdon Farm Road location on Saturday, September 13 from 9:00 am to 12:00 Noon. Attorneys from various local law firms and organizations will be available to provide free legal assistance to community residents and address any and all legal issues and questions. No appointment is necessary and clients will be assisted on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information, email:

eBus Visits Head Start's Life Learning Center

Sept 5, 2014 - CAA’s Head Start program encourages all males with children enrolled in Head Start to take part in Male Involvement activities. The program kicks-off on September 12 with the first Day for Dads, when Head Start will bring 5/3 Bank’s eBus to the Life Learning Center in Bond Hill. The eBus is equipped with computer workstations and staffed by 5th/3rd Bank professionals who provide one-on-one credit counseling and financial education. Dads will be able to obtain valuable information for themselves and will enjoy getting to know other Head Start dads in a social setting.

Job Fair a Resounding Success

August 23, 2014 -  CAA's Workforce Development and the Urban League collaborated to host a Job Fair in the GLR Conference Hall at CAA's Bond Hill complex. A total of 26 employer companies with open positions were represented at the Job Fair, and 121 job seekers signed in at the registration table.
CAA staff surveyed the employers, both verbally and in a written evaluation form. The employers reported they were pleased with the customer turn out, that their time at the Job Fair was well spent and that they had interviewed positive prospects for their available positions. Job seekers reported that they were impressed with the number of job opportunities available at the Job Fair. 

CAA Welcomes New Director of Business Enterprise

August 4, 2014 - CAA is pleased to welcome Andre M. Williams as the agency's Director of Business Enterprise. Mr. Williams is responsible for the Foundation and driving the social entrepreneurship program while building opportunities for CAA to ensure the economic growth and utilization of the agency's assets. Mr Williams brings over 15 years of insurance and financial services experience and a proven track record in leadership, sales, marketing, business development and strategic planning. Prior to CAA, he served as Vice President of Insurance for Kemba Credit Union where he led a team of insurance professionals in serving 75,000 members across the Tri-State. He also worked in leadership and management positions for national organizations such as State Farm, Luxottica and the Insurance Board.
A native of Cincinnati, Mr. Williams graduated from Walnut Hills High School, and went on to earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Xavier University and a Bachelor of Mathematics-Actuarial Sciences degree from Ohio University. He is a member of various professional organizations and serves in the community as a Board Trustee for the Memorial Hall Society and a Junior Achievement volunteer at Walnut Hills High School.

CAA Staff Serve Homeless Youth

July 14, 2014 - Each year, CAA's Community Services Director Clint Johnson and his staff provide great food and great conversation for the Project Connect Summer Program for homeless youth.  Project Connect provides advocacy paired with specialized educational services and lifestyle enrichment opportunities for children who have neither a voice, nor a choice, in being homeless.  Approximately 75 youth attended the luncheon with food provided by Subway.

CAA Hosts Law Review Workshop

May 28, 2014 - CAA’s Workforce Development and Human Resources departments will host an Employment Law Review Workshop on Thursday, June 19, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the agency’s complex in Bond Hill.  Subject matter experts from the Department of Labor, the Bureau of Worker’s Compensation, and the Equal Employment Opportunities Commission will provide a wealth of information and share the most up-to-date regulations every Human Resources provider needs to know to avoid costly mistakes. Participants will also enjoy the opportunity to network with other business and non-profit professionals attending the workshop. The cost for this workshop is $50.00 per person, (non-refundable)which includes a continental breakfast, a boxed lunch and all printed materials. Registrations may be made online by credit card using CAA’s secure PayPal portal. Go to: Registration deadline is Friday, June 6, 2014. For more information, please contact Pamela Brown at 513-569-1840 ext. 1446, or email