Compassion through Action Dinner

On April 17, 2024, join our outstanding honorees, EquaSion supporters, and friends at this event to raise awareness and funds for EquaSion's mission.

Join EquaSion for the inaugural Compassion through Action dinner

This April, we will raise awareness and funds for EquaSion’s mission to engage people of all faiths and backgrounds in discovering their shared humanity and working together for an equitable and just society for everyone. 

Wednesday, April 17

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

6 PM Reception

7 PM Dinner & Program

At our inaugural city-wide event, EquaSion will honor and recognize four incredible couples who have made a significant impact on Greater Cincinnati through their civic leadership and their commitment to fostering inclusion, understanding, and connection benefitting EquaSion’s human relations initiatives. 

MEET THE HONOREES:

KAY & JACK GEIGER

Kay Geiger, former regional president of PNC Bank and Jack Geiger, Co-Founder of the Over-the-Rhine International Film Festival and Co-Founder of Eñe, LLC

JAN-MICHELE LEMON KEARNEY & ERIC KEARNEY

Jan-Michelle Lemon Kearney, Vice Mayor for the City of Cincinnati and Eric Kearney, President and CEO of the Greater Cincinnati NKY African American Chamber of Commerce

SANDY KALTMAN & JOHN ISIDOR

Sandy Kaltman, retired attorney and Vice President of EquaSion’s Board of Directors and John Isidor, Immediate Past Chair of the Board of Advocates of the Ohio Innocence Project and CEO of Human Subject Protection Consulting

SHAKILA T.  & MASOOD AHMAD M.D.

Shakila T. Ahmad, Community Advocate and past board chair, Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati and Masood Ahmad M.D., Physician, Division of Allergy and Immunology, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital

About EquaSion

EquaSion is a non-partisan civic organization founded upon interfaith dialogue that works to develop educational and community service programming to foster greater understanding, respect, compassion, inclusion, and engagement for all people and faith communities in Greater Cincinnati and beyond.

EquaSion has three main initiatives in addition to other regular programming. Their flagship initiative is the Cincinnati Festival of Faiths where thousands of people encompassing 34 faith traditions and 14 world religions come together, learn from one another, and get to know each other. A Mighty Stream is a group working toward racial justice, and Faith Communities Go Green brings faith communities together while addressing climate change and sustainability.

Interested in sponsorship or purchasing a table?

Reach out to event organizer, Dianne Fisk at diannebfisk(at)gmail.com.