Keary McCarthy is the Executive Director of the Ohio Mayors Alliance. Keary helped form the Ohio Mayors Alliance in 2016 to build greater collaboration among Ohio’s mayors and stronger partnerships between local, state, and federal lawmakers. Keary brings over 15 years of experience in government and politics to his role. He previously served as the Minority Chief of Staff in the Ohio House of Representatives and as the Chief of Communications and Policy at the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation. Keary has also worked on a variety of statewide campaigns in Ohio, including the 2008 presidential campaign. He received his bachelor’s degree in history from Wittenberg University and his master’s in urban affairs from Cleveland State University. Keary is a life-long Ohio resident and lives in Columbus with his wife, Lori, and their two young children.
Todd Bradley, Ph.D.
Todd Bradley, Ph.D. most recently was an Associate Professor of Political Science at Indiana University Kokomo, for almost 20 years. Dr. Bradley has many years of experience working with elected officials, nonprofits/interest groups and local communities in domestic and international markets. His expertise in political and economic development has nurtured educational policies, civil liberties and other reform efforts. Lastly, Dr. Bradley has helped enhance self-empowerment of marginalized communities by stressing the importance of having a “seat at the table” in shared governance models.
Communications & Research Associate
Katherine Liming is a recent graduate of the University of Dayton, where she received her bachelor’s degree in communications and political science. During her time in college, she held internships with the City of Cincinnati Mayor’s office, the Downtown Dayton Partnership, and the Ohio Senate. During college, she was also a Dayton Civic Scholar through the Fitz Center for Leadership in Community.
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